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Maybe you already have a lot of Stamp-n-Storage organizers, or maybe you've just got your eye on a couple.
My question for you is if you could have just ONE, which organizer would you need in your space?
Oh! I can't live without my ink, marker, re-inker organizer. That twirly go 'round thingie just never worked for me. The combo ink organizer is so shallow that I have plenty of room to put my entire pad of grid paper in front of it and STILL have room for my little tools to be off the grid, so to speak.
I would pick punch storage. My punches have taken over my crafting space. I have them in baskets, boxes and hung on towel bars. . . maybe I have too many. No, I just don't have the right kind of storage for them!
Iowa City, Iowa
Punches are a real problem, I store mine in baskets in my new craft room, they are very hard to find, when I stamped in the basement, I had shelves that were very slim that
My punches were stored, that was great. I just don't have the room now for my shelves.
The combo ink pad, ink reinker and matching marker storage (the big one) I have all of Stampin' Up pads etc and almost all of Tim Holtz's distressed inks etc. and most if not all of Archival Ink pads etc. BTW also have a ton of Close to my Heart ink pads (no reinkers). An I thought I was obsessed with paper!
If I had to get one I would most definitely go for the inkpad.re-inker, and marker organizer. I have a lot of ink pads and it would be nice to see them organized neatly opposed to the shambles that I have now.
The ribbon shelf for me! I have lots of reels of ribbon, but they're all in a jumble in a drawer. I would like to have somewhere that I can enjoy seeing them as well having them easily accessible (and that keeps them in good condition)
The Paper Storage... but I would need a "few" of them... I got rid of my 70's office mail wall pocket from work and now have NO storage for my papers!!!! I have all families for SU and then the 2 In Colors also!
I have just ordered Gina K's 8 newest color ink pads, that makes 24 ink pads so far ( I'm sure there will be more) and I would like a storage rack just for them. Any thing available now? They are about the size of Memento ink pads.