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IMHO her full system appears to be for those with too much free time on their hands . That being said, I think anyone can find something in her storage organization products and/or organization tips very useful. I like her cases for wood stamps, the cheapest cases of 2 choices. I purchased them using a coupon some time back. They hold a good number of stamp blocks, and I keep each case stacked vertically like a book, on a bookshelf in my craft cabinet. I stamp each image in a case on cardstock, snap a pic, import into Evernote, and put master sheet(s) into the corresponding case.
I got the email too and forgot to go look at it, though I don't use Tiffany's system either. Thanks for the reminder.
Anne, someone at a class I attended had two of her clear cases - they were attached to each other I think? Anyway, they were really neat. I don't do wood stamps but could see them being useful for something else. What, I don't know.
Wow, it does hold a lot. Thanks for posting that! I don't have all that many punches, and right now they're in a lazy susan kind of thing, but maybe those clear containers would work for them, especially since I could stand them upright; less real estate used.
Her punch cases (three thicknesses) are the same as the wood stamp cases?