Registered: December 29, 2005 Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado Posts: 1230
Thu, Jan 19, 2006 @ 6:45 PM
I never thought of the cassette holders. What a great idea! I still have mine in their cardboard boxes but with the lids folded back. My DH bought me a cabinet top 2nd at Lowe's (8' long) and I use that for my stamping table and have the rolling carts underneath with drawers (6 of them) You might need to sleep on the table skirt. I wouldn't do it. This is your work room and you need to have ready access in case an idea hits you suddenly and you don't want to have to fight a skirt to get to something. besides, glitter will get caught in the velcro. Beautiful home! beautiful wood walls! Lots of light with that window right there! Lucky YOU!!
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Registered: February 18, 2005 Location: pa. Posts: 738
Fri, Jan 20, 2006 @ 4:28 PM
Hey....me too, that is where I store my ink pads too...great arent' they...My daughter had her old one from her teen years...it hold a very large amount of cassettes...so we alternate the pads for our fingers to get to them easily..also arrange them in the color familys...light to dark.....it is just so easy..our's sits on the end of the table, which makes it easy for each person to reach no matter which side of the table they are working on....LOVELY SPACE!
Registered: April 9, 2004 Location: Portland , Oregon Posts: 20669
Sat, Jan 21, 2006 @ 12:28 AM
What an awesome stamping room it is beautiful !!! I too have my ink pads in a similar cassette holder that would hold 60 pads I think , and I too got it at a local Goodwill store , for $3 or $4 I think , It sure works great !!!