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Old 08-10-2008, 04:48 PM   #1  
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Default Stamp Pad Holder at Joanns

Okay I'm sure this is old news but it was new to me today when I saw the ad in my paper. Joann's carries the Lisa and Becky Rail system and it's 40% off this week. I have the Bygel rails and accessories from IKEA that I love very much but when I saw this stamp pad holder, I had to check it out for my non-SU pads. It doesn't fit completely down on my Bygel rails like my Bygel buckets but it still works great and holds lots of my pads like it should. Here's a pic of the product:
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cute but wouldn't hold enough pads -
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I have the Bygel IKEA system too and love it! At 40% off I think I will get one of the pad holders for my misc. pads. Hopefully it will fit!
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I like the paint bottle holder - wonder how that would work for our refill bottles?
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I use a tool box storage drawers for my pads. They fit perfectly in them 3 to a drawer. I got mine at Menards but I am sure other home improvement places have them.

it fits all 48 pads and 2 extra drawers
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can you upload a picture of your tool box storage syatem?
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I use a tool box storage drawers for my pads. They fit perfectly in them 3 to a drawer. I got mine at Menards but I am sure other home improvement places have them.

it fits all 48 pads and 2 extra drawers
Here is a picture of it , You should be able to zoom in and see I have labeled the drawer with what inks are inside. It makes for quick access.
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I use a tool box storage drawers for my pads. They fit perfectly in them 3 to a drawer. I got mine at Menards but I am sure other home improvement places have them.

it fits all 48 pads and 2 extra drawers

What is Menards???
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Menards is a home improvement store in the Midwest. Like Home Depot or Lowe's
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I use an wooden cassette rack and it works great, even for SU pads you just have to put the skinny end in KWIM? And you can remove the slats to fit the thicker inkpads like Colorbox. Best of all it was in my garage (more $$ for stamps!)
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Darn it and I just placed an order at Joann's earlier in the week. Thanks for posting That's nice for the stamp pads I use all the time.
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Here is a picture of it , You should be able to zoom in and see I have labeled the drawer with what inks are inside. It makes for quick access.
One of these cost like $10 or less. It was definitely worth it. Then if I take some out to work one a project and travel then 4 fit in a drawer out on the table.
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