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Old 09-09-2013, 04:15 AM   #1
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I have a lot of ink (100+ full-sized pads). Storing them is a challenge. I'm not sure of the best way to even approach it:
#1 in what do i store them?
#2 by color or by type (dye, chalk, pigment)
#3 what about extras - do i keep my reinkers with their matching ink, or grouped together elsewhere? (same with cat's eyes, spots, markers, etc.)

As it is, they are poorly organized. And, at least in my world, poorly organized means poorly (rarely) used. I keep using the 2-3 I know where/what they are; the others just sit. What a waste, right?

How do you do it?
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I keep mine grouped by manufacturer, alphabetically, because that's how my brain works. I've made reference sheets for each, so I know what I have and can compare similar colors to see which one I need for any given project. Right now they are (mostly) in a cassette tape spinner I found at a thrift store, but the SU! pads don't sit very well in it, so I need to re-think those. I only have a handfull of spots and cat's eyes, so they just sit on top. I don't have a lot of reinkers yet, either, so I have them in one of my drawers. I may get ambitious some time in the near future and either build a unit for all of them, or break down and buy one from Stamper Storage or something...
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I keep mine grouped by manufacturer, alphabetically, because that's how my brain works. I've made reference sheets for each, so I know what I have and can compare similar colors to see which one I need for any given project. Right now they are (mostly) in a cassette tape spinner I found at a thrift store, but the SU! pads don't sit very well in it, so I need to re-think those. I only have a handfull of spots and cat's eyes, so they just sit on top. I don't have a lot of reinkers yet, either, so I have them in one of my drawers. I may get ambitious some time in the near future and either build a unit for all of them, or break down and buy one from Stamper Storage or something...
See? Now I would never have thought of storing by mfg - fresh idea. I tried the cassette holder too - and found it didn't work for me b/c of size. TFS - appreciate the input.
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Right now I have mine in a 3 drawer sterile container. Separate drawer for Stampin Up, Stazon/Veramark and the third has speciality type pads. Spots,cats eyes and teardrops are in a small metal bucket on my desk. This works ok but I am also looking for a new way to store them. I tried the cassette holder but it took valuable space and I really didn't like it. Thanks for posting, hoping to get some new ideas.
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I have mine grouped together by color in a 3-drawer (plastic) bin underneath my craft table. The little cat's eye & memento ink pads are in a shoe box that sits on top of that 3-drawer bin
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This is what I want to do eventually for all of my inks so that they're accessible but I don't have to look at them all the time... Storage in a sideways drawer
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Neat idea, Sue!

Mine are "by manufacturer"...kind of.

My craft inks are together, which means SU craft and versamark inks. That's because they are almost always used with embossing powder, and they are near my heat gun and ep.

My SU inks are my mainstay, so they are together.

When I use Distress inks, they are never mixed with other inks, so they have their own drawer.

Same with my Versamagic, which I find I don't use much.

So, I guess I would say that I keep them separate by type of ink because of the use and the fact that I wouldn't mix the types of ink very often.
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My su pads are in a rotating holder sorted by color. I got a flat one for my new room and they'll still be by color. Others are in a tool thing (gray and yellow-very popular a few years ago) but I need to go through and get rid of most of it. I rarely use any of it. No idea why I need so much ink.
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By maufacuturer in ROYGBIV order upside down (except SU!) in Organize More Ink/Reinker Organizers or in deep ArtBins (without reinkers) that have dividers in them.
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This is what I want to do eventually for all of my inks so that they're accessible but I don't have to look at them all the time... Storage in a sideways drawer
Pure genius. I stand in awe.
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I think i might do that with my 'other brand' inks. Or any inks that don't fit in the stamp n storage holder I bought.
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I'm lucky in that I have a wonderful son who made me my SU stamp pad rack. I gave him the measurements and he cut them out of acrylic with his laser cutter.

All other pads are stored in OrganizeMore.com racks by manufacturer. My cube inks are stored by color in drawers in my best products cabinet.
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I just checked out organizemore.com. Love it!
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I bought the large Stampin Storage that holds my Tim Holtz markers, reinkers and markers. I also have Versafine and Memento inks there. My Stampin Up inks are in the revolving holder but there is not enough room for refills or markers. I need another Stampin Storage for them. I also store by manufacturer and alphabetically.
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i have mine by color since that is usually where i start. I have an old dresser I am using for storage. I filled shallow but wide drawers with various size drawer organizer bins and have each color in a bin so I can take it out to my craft desk. I also have swatch sheets I keep at my desk so that I hopefully avoid dragging out every bin and make a mess!
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I store mine in shallow drawers that my husband built as I don't have room on my worktable. I store by type and by ROYGBIV. All the pigment inks (Colorbox predominately, are together). One drawer has metallics which include Opalites and another holds the colors in rows by ROYGBIV. Reinkers are in a third drawer. Dye inks (SU) are in in drawers by ROYGBIV because I have so many more---Neutrals in one drawer, Yellows/Oranges in one drawer, Pinks/Reds, Purples, Blues, and Greens each have a drawer. Reinkers take up 2 drawers, but are arranged in the same color manner. All my markers are in one drawer in little divisions I made so they can be ROYGBIV as well. I seldom color with markers, but when I do, they are easily grabbed. I have a swatch book with paper, ink, markers etc. at my desk, so I know what the color looks like at a glance. I got rid of all my Distress Inks and Adirondack Inks as I found I just didn't use all the varieties. I have a few CTMH that match some paper I have from way back when it was DOTS. When I use up the white core paper that matches, I will get rid of those inks, too. Too many choices is worse than too few, sometimes. I like my system, but my DH built my cabinet before SU changed the pad size. They don't fit as well now as I had them custom sized. About 3 catalogs ago (when the ink formula was changed), I stopped buying any new colors of paper/ink. Just refuse to be forced to buy in that manner. Anyway, I actually have to get up to get an ink pad and put it away, which is a good thing for a sedentary hobby.
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I store my "newer" type SU inks in the SU caddy I bought several years ago with the extention and tray. Found another one for $3 at St. Vinny's and store my Tim Holtz, asstd ink pads, Momento etc in that one. My really old SU pads are still in their original boxes by color family. I try to keep the ones in the caddy the same way but since SU changed their families, I can't seem to catch up (same with the card stock). I still use all the retired pads and markers.
I keep all my markers by brand in Crafter's Companion's Ultimate Pen Storage trays. Same problems sorting out current and retired.
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I made my own ink pad storage from foam board. I love it, it's light weight and I made it to fit into the space I have perfectly.
I store all my inks together by manufacture and in color order (like ROY G BIV followed by neutrals) Another great thing about making my own is that I can customize it to fit any sized ink pad perfectly and can make it to fit any space. I only have a photo of the S'U ink pad storage right now. See picture attached.
If you are looking for directions, I found mine by doing a google search and looking on You Tube... there are a lot of instructions out there. Just remember to measure twice (or in my case 3 or 4 times) and cut once. The foam board is cheap at the dollar stores and easy to cut with just a regular box cutter.
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Amanda, your storage is wonderful! Great job. I'd love to see your storage for your other inks when you get a picture.
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I made my own ink pad storage from foam board. I love it, it's light weight and I made it to fit into the space I have perfectly.
I store all my inks together by manufacture and in color order (like ROY G BIV followed by neutrals) Another great thing about making my own is that I can customize it to fit any sized ink pad perfectly and can make it to fit any space. I only have a photo of the S'U ink pad storage right now. See picture attached.
If you are looking for directions, I found mine by doing a google search and looking on You Tube... there are a lot of instructions out there. Just remember to measure twice (or in my case 3 or 4 times) and cut once. The foam board is cheap at the dollar stores and easy to cut with just a regular box cutter.
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i have my SU! ink pads in DVD racks made by ikea (i found an OLD old thread about the ikea racks here: Check out my new ink pad storage!). i bought like, 5 of them before they were discontinued. i have a couple that aren't being used, i'm gonna put them in storage for future use. my other inks are stacked in a basket. any reinkers that i have are just in a drawer.
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I made a proto-type of this from foam board a while back (I thought I was being original at the time but it seems someone else did it before me LOL)

Mine has 3mm foam board for the external case and upright supports and 1.2mm chipboard for shelves to save some space.

The idea does work rather well, especially as I have a book case on top of my desk and sitting at right angles. The shelf/drawer slides out across it.

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OK. That's annoying. My picture didn't show up.

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Forgot to add, I have things in like sizes but they are grouped mostly by colour. I don't have a lot though.
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I store my refill ink in binder boxes. Most of the inks are by color (1 box per color) but some I have so many that they are stored by type (Adirondack, etc.).

I put a strip of Velcro in the box and each bottle has a small piece Velcro. The boxes are stored on a shelf so the top are in an upright position. I've even laid the boxes on their sides and I just make sure the refill lids are screwed on tight so there is no chance of leaking.

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I had mine in 3-drawer Sterilite containers and it wasn't bad because I could pull out an entire drawer if I wanted to. But I still had the ink pads stacked in the drawers so I had to shuffle a little bit to find the ones I wanted.

I really like Organize More units that I have so I can recommend them - they are well-made and relatively lightweight. But for where I wanted my ink pads, those were too tall. So I purchased Stamp 'N Storage organizers instead.

I sort by manufacturer - can't imagine doing it any other way. One is for Distress Inks, one for Versafine/Versamagic full size pads, and one is for Adirondack. Within the storage units, they are sorted somewhat by color but also by those used most. For examples, with the Distress Inks, the blues may be all in one column, but my favorites are at the top. I also have some A muse ink pads in a box under my desk. And one of the desk drawers has the Versamagic dewdrop pads.

I don't keep the reinkers with the pads, partly because I don't use them just to reink - I will also use them for watercolor, so they are kept with other coloring mediums.
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I had mine in 3-drawer Sterilite containers and it wasn't bad because I could pull out an entire drawer if I wanted to. But I still had the ink pads stacked in the drawers so I had to shuffle a little bit to find the ones I wanted.

I really like Organize More units that I have so I can recommend them - they are well-made and relatively lightweight. But for where I wanted my ink pads, those were too tall. So I purchased Stamp 'N Storage organizers instead.

I sort by manufacturer - can't imagine doing it any other way. One is for Distress Inks, one for Versafine/Versamagic full size pads, and one is for Adirondack. Within the storage units, they are sorted somewhat by color but also by those used most. For examples, with the Distress Inks, the blues may be all in one column, but my favorites are at the top. I also have some A muse ink pads in a box under my desk. And one of the desk drawers has the Versamagic dewdrop pads.

I don't keep the reinkers with the pads, partly because I don't use them just to reink - I will also use them for watercolor, so they are kept with other coloring mediums.
Do you have pictures of the Stamp 'N Storage and the Organize More units you use, or a link to a site where I could see what they look like? Thanks so much for sharing your ideas.
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I just got a new desk and there was some discussion in another thread about minimal supplies and organization, so I did put some photos in my gallery here.

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The Stamp 'N Storage ink pad holders are on the desk, and the 8-1/2 x 11 cardstock storage from them is in the closet (under the 3-drawer Sterilite units).

I have a few Organize & More pieces, too, that I had used primarily for ribbon storage. However, with the downsizing, I am not using them for my supplies right now (they are in my daughter's room storing knickknacks).

Products from both companies are excellent. Stamp 'N Storage pieces are raw wood and are heavy. I will probably paint or stain mine at some point. Organize More pieces come in different colors (mine are white). They have a new color, I believe, Espresso.

I highly recommend both of these companies - excellent products and customer service.
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Wow, what a great work space. TFS!!!
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Thank you! I'm happy with it .
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