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Old 10-25-2012, 01:01 PM   #41
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I bought these at Targe a couple years ago. I use them to store my cling/clear stamps in DVD cases...they're perfect and I don't have to use up shelf space.
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I store my distress inks in an old metal fishing tackle box. Works great!
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This lady made her own storage unit:

Jens Joint: Distress Ink Storage Unit - Finished
Thanks for sharing this - AWESOME!!! The pad storage I have doesn't work for me for my distress pads, and now I can make a distress pad storage unit and customize it to my needs - I can't wait to get started on this.

I have tons of matboard and heavy chipboard and I just bought a lot of 10 of the bases on eBay so now I can just go crazy making spinners for Distress storage and who knows what else I could use these units for.

I am in the process of setting up a studio and I need storage like crazy. This will be a big help
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