I used to keep my stickers in a 12 x 12 plastic drawer storage thing. I had them separated into 3 categories: alphabet, holiday/occasion, and miscellaneous.
This organizational system didn't work for me. The drawers were so full that whenever I needed something, I ended up dumping the entire drawer trying to find it. Which resulted in me shoving things back in, wrinkled and folded stickers, really just a mess. I am organized, but messy!
I decided to buy a couple 3 inch binders and try out this method. I still need to create labels for the outside of the binders, I just haven't gotten that far yet.
I created my own tab dividers and used my cricut pens to label each of them. They are hard to read in this photo, but easy to read in person.
The categories I used were:
I used double sided tape to tape sticker packages to sheets of white printer paper. I got this printer paper for $0.01 at Staples!!! A whole ream for a penny! Seriously, I love Staples!
I then slid the papers into clear page protectors. These can be really expensive, but I found them at a local emporium for $1.00 per pkg. I put two sheets of paper in each page protector (one facing each way).
They are a little bulky and full, but they are so easy to use. I slide the sheet of paper out, use the stickers I need, and slide the sheet back in.
Someday when I have a larger space, they will have a nice shelf to sit on. Right now, they sit on my work space and I move them when I need the extra space.