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Old 10-31-2013, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default Stickles storage :) :) Reinkers too!

I was at a thrift shop today and found the spinning
K kup Kuerig display,$2, 30 hole it has 15 holeson each side, It will hold the stickles bottles, Tones spices, and so many more other little things. I hate admit I have a weakness for Stickles so that is what I will use it for. I put my little spray bottles of SU stamp cleaner in the bottom hole, as well as a black stamp ink re-inker, Heck you could fill the whole thing with re-inkers, there is no end to what u can store in it.
A gal actually had it on the top of a cart of new donations she was about to put out on the floor, I asked it I could see it, and knew right away what it was and said I will buy that. Sold and recycled.



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Good for you. I love thrift shop finds.
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Sounds like an awesome idea and repurpose!
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BCRibbon Kuerig storage update

I have many stickles and a bunch of the Studio G "stickles" which are in a bigger bottle. I had those in the kuerig k cup holder but when I put the little stickles bottles in today they slide down in the holder,,,,,,,,,,so they are too small to stay in the K cup holes. does not work but works great for the fatter studio G bottles. I filled the other side of the holder with those small gray film canisters (got a huge bag of them at thrift for 50 cents) and in those containers I put my most used embellisments, rhinestones, wiggle eyes, etc. and have them labeled on the lid, it saves me so much time to not to have to drag stuff out or look for it. Each side of the k cup holder has 15 slots and it spins around.
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Oh I just love stickles, my collection is kept in a tin box but now I have too many so they are piled on top of each other, I saw a great plastic holder on a thread where they were stored upside down, I would love to know where they are sold, unless it was home made.
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There is a link on the Peg Board thread here in the Organization area where she has her Stickles stored upside down. Sorry I don't know how to link things. HTH
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Thanks kaspring, just popped to have a look, good idea but not sure I like the peg board, although I do have quite a bit of wall space.
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I have mine stored upside down in a basket which is full of pony beads I rescued from the give away box. The beads hold the bottles in place even when one or more bottles are removed. It's very portable and convenient to use.
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jtax, that's a cool idea. I don't have a lot of Stickles yet but I will keep these in mind when I do have a collection. My problem is glitter...I love the stuff!
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I save my husbands small medication bottles for my glitter as I love that too
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Here is a great YouTube video that shows up close the system that I decided to use. This system works best for me. I use the same Snapware container that she does in the video. I chose not to hot glue the pvc pieces together.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kPjzAHhqoY

I use this system to store my stickles, liquid pearls, misc. glitter glues, and enamel accents. I have the bottles organized by product type and then, within each type, by color.

At the risk of sounding like 'Ms. Obvious' LOL, one thing to keep in mind (which is true of any storage solution) is that the larger the container, the heavier it will be.
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Love the idea of the PVC pieces, thanks for the YouTube link, not sure if I could get them over here but I will have a look as they could just sit in the drawer without the need for a container, I have lots of drawer space now!
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