|I have an ever-growing collection of pictures cut from sources like Lucky magazine, Coldwater Creek catalog, Vogue, etc. Some of the pictures are of admired outfits, while others have been saved just for an itsy-bitsy detail like a collar or a ribbon belt. I grew tired of trying to keep these little scraps of paper safe and organized, so I bought a large but inexpensive "magnetic" photo album; mine has 50 pages and cost $10 at Walgreen's. I've spent my TV time for the last few nights sticking my little paper treasures in the book, roughly sorted by categories - necklines, color combinations, pants, accessories, etc. The bits of paper can easily be rearranged or (what a concept) removed and thrown away when I wonder what the heck I saved a particular picture for. I know these sticky photo albums are not "archival" quality and I wouldn't put anything priceless in them. However, for this purpose they seem fine, and it was amusing, mindless entertainment to get all the clippings organized and off the bulletin board.