Today, I'm sharing my storage system organizing my die-cut letters used for bulletin boards. I am a very thrifty person and hate to waste, so I save anything I think I can reuse. This storage system is something I copied from Sunday School many, many years ago.
When I acquired this position, the teacher before me had placed all the numbers and letters in this Pampers Baby Wipe Container. I was estatic to find any organization at all! But, inside, all the letters and numbers were just jumbled together. It would take a long time to hunt and find the letters you needed and you would probably give up and go cut some new ones at the Ellison press.
So, I bought a cheap box of envelopes from the Dollar Store. (Make sure you get the ones with rectangular flaps instead of triangular flaps.) Each letter of the alphabet and each number was assigned an envelope. The flaps of the envelops kind of act like index tabs on file folders. The envelopes are first in alphabetical order and then in numerical order.