I was asked a while back how I organize my stationery, cards, envelopes and such. Here's how and where.
I keep cards with envelopes together with the card under the flap.
I cut dividers out of card stock to separate thank you cards from holiday cards etc. Postcards without envelopes are behind their own divider. I keep them all in a tin box. I'm lucky because at work we get sent samples from India and they are often sent in these tin boxes and they usually get tossed but I rescue them. Taking all the tape and tape residue off is one heck off a job but it's worth it because they are so useful.
Envelope without cards I keep in a glass container originally meant for the fridge in the olden days. Besides from the tins I also love these square glass containers. Also so incredibly useful and practical.
I love the way I can use the cards and envelopes to change the mood of the home office. Check out the pink version and the yellow version. I simply switch the front cards or envelopes in the containers to create a different mood and pick out a few more items that match. So simple and effective.
Oh, if you feel like it you can pop over to the Design Public Blog Hatch where they are having an Organization blog-fest in January and I'm participating with a guest post.
If you're interested in the items I mention in the post over at Hatch you can find them here.