In one of my cubbies under my desktop I've got two cropper hoppers holding the cardstock right now.
I don't keep a huge stash of cardstock.
I like to just keep and order what is needed for my classes and personal needs.
To separate the colors, I've punched tabs from the color swatches available to consultants. Then, attached the swatches to some cheap 12x12 white cardstock and separated them into the current color families.
One cropper hopper holds the cream through brown neutrals, Spring and Summer.
The other holds the white through black neutrals, Autumn and Winter.
For scraps, I grabbed a bunch of old, cheap page protectors. You know the kind, they are hazy and feel like your embellishment could poke right through the page the second you slip it in. Anyway, I cut off the holes part of it and slipped the cheap 12x12 white cardstock with color tab in it.
Then, every time I have a scrap, I drop it right in the front of the page protector. When I need a part of a piece or something to cut a Cricut shape from, I grab from this stash.
It separates my cardstock so I can find the color easily, stores my scraps - which are also sorted - and it all makes my crafting life easier. I love it.
Thanks so much for stopping by this weekend,