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Old 07-14-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Just like all crafters I can't resist a sale. So what to do with my stickers? Here's a Clip It Up knock off that you can make yourself for under $40 with materials from Ikea and Walmart.

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Old 07-15-2012, 03:01 AM   #2
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What a great idea!! I watched your video and I am going to go to Wal Mart and check this out! Thanks!
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Great idea! What did you use for the "platforms" that your ink pads are sitting on?
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It just looks like cardboard from her close ups. I guess before you assemble the shoe rack, you can trace the size ans the hole.
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Yep that is right. It's just a 10 inch-ish cardboard circle. I used a compass to create the circle and cut an X at the compass puncture site. I then pushed the cardboard circle down the center tubing. You could leave it like this, but I trimmed the cardboard around the tube.
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Wow thanx for sharing,i have just brought one from Argos for 29.99 just need to get the clips . I will share a picture when i get it all sorted xx jo xx
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That looks great! I wanted to make myself one but don't have enough counter (or floor) space. So I ended up using an over the door towel rack with Ikea clips.
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Old 07-27-2012, 06:04 PM   #8
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Love, love, love this! Just started organizing my scrapping/cardmaking space and was wondering how I could store stickers and embellishments...thanks for this!
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That looks great! I wanted to make myself one but don't have enough counter (or floor) space. So I ended up using an over the door towel rack with Ikea clips.
wow that looks great xx jo xx
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A very EASY & INEXPENSIVE way that I used...

(I'm sure that I saw this by someone else...don't want to "steal" others original idea)

BUT, a "curtain rod" from IKEA & some inexpensive Darcie (?) clips that I bought from Joann's and ta-dah! lol I have it mounted right above my head where I sit so that I can easily flip thu everything Had to do some SERIOUS cropping of photos cuz my room and peg board is a DISASTER!
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:21 PM   #11
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I love the behind the door rack. If I didn't love to spin my shoe rack around I would definitely go with that option
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I LOVE these ideas!! I am going to have to make one now. All of my stuff is in bins and it gets annoying sometimes. TFS.
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Another idea like the platforms, is using some soft plastic flower pot holders. I know I'm not explaining/describing that very well. But they're the clear soft flexible plastic that you would put a flower pot into. This way, nothing falls out the sides, either.
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