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Old 08-31-2006, 06:57 AM   #41  
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oops...sorry for my double-post. After I wrote it, I didn't see the thread come up, so I posted again. Then I realized I did not see it, because it had been moved from GENERAL STAMPING TALK to ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Jodi...Regarding the snap containers you are talking about, are they also made by the same company as the cart?

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Old 09-02-2006, 09:28 PM   #42  
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Hay Jodi, thank you for giving us the link to these new products. I can't tell much from the pictures exactly how the craft organizer is laid out. I am interested tho, and plan to hit Target this week for a hands on! I agree with PolarBear.. simply cause I hate green anything. White is wonderful.. I'd buy some of this line for my new craft room in progress if they were trimmed in Pink!! I simply refuse to deny my personal preferences against green and lovin' pink!! I have great patience to wait til I find what I want. Hopefully ya'll will add new colors soon.
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Old 09-03-2006, 02:58 AM   #43  
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I have been using the small photo tote in this line for carrying my completed cards to show my friends and family. The cards fit in there perfect and it is so easy to carry around! I have really enjoyed using this carrier. I also would like to see a ribbon holder, so I think that little item should be on the top of your hubby's list of must creates!!!!
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Do they have some with drawers? I want to keep my card stock collection out of the sunlight and of course flat. Also bins for my brads, eyelets etc, and somthing to keep my ribbons from being so jumbled up.
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Old 09-22-2006, 04:23 AM   #45  
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I just recently purchased a rolling cart from Staples. It can hold 8-1/2x11 and 12x12 folders, but I only use it for 8-1/2x11. I have all my Stampin up card stock in folders and they're label with colored card stock and the name. I am so excited. This is exactly what I have been looking for. It also slides right under my desk so that I don't us up any extra floor space. It was my best purchase by far.

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I just recently purchased a rolling cart from Staples. It can hold 8-1/2x11 and 12x12 folders, but I only use it for 8-1/2x11. I have all my Stampin up card stock in folders and they're label with colored card stock and the name. I am so excited. This is exactly what I have been looking for. It also slides right under my desk so that I don't use up any extra floor space. It was my best purchase by far.

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I just recently purchased a rolling cart from Staples. It can hold 8-1/2x11 and 12x12 folders, but I only use it for 8-1/2x11. I have all my Stampin up card stock in folders and they're label with colored card stock and the name. I am so excited. This is exactly what I have been looking for. It also slides right under my desk so that I don't use up any extra floor space. It was my best purchase by far.

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Deb...Isn't it great to get organized! I am loving my cart and matching storage boxes I bought that Jodi told us about! Sometimes, if I don't have time to stamp, I just go and look at it again, and feel so pleased! LM
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You know Stampin up has a really awesome sturdy ribbon storage bins that comes in 3 sizes... I love them! You should check them them out.. I believe they are in the spring catalog.
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But I'm looking for glass jars. I think mason jars will even do the trick.

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I'm not sure if it's the same company (I'm thinking that it is because it has the same green colored lid), but I bought a ribbon keeper/dispenser at Target a couple of weeks ago and I hate it!

It was a pain to put together, it comes with a long plastic dowel on the inside, so when you run out of one spool of ribbon, you have to take all the other ones off to get the empty spool out....then you have to re-feed all of your ribbon through the slots...arrgh.

Anway, I am going to Target tomorrow to see if I can find something for my inkpads, though.

Anyone else have this pain in the butt experience with the ribbon holder?
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I got one of those ribbon keepers and I agree with you. Pain in the. I ended up keeping it with my Christmas tags and ribbons and not my craft stuff. I am looking at the gutter system for ribbon but so far just planning, not acting !
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I got one of those ribbon keepers and I agree with you. Pain in the. I ended up keeping it with my Christmas tags and ribbons and not my craft stuff. I am looking at the gutter system for ribbon but so far just planning, not acting !
What's the gutter system?
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I might have misnamed it. You get plastic gutter from the hardware store and mount it on the walls. If you check out the gallery, I think you will find someone who has it. I had a friend who had it and I really like how it looks. An advantage is that you can get each roll and take it off without having to undo it from a dowel.
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Ha....funny..I live in Canada and hardly EVER see any of this neat stuff up here...but I was in Liquidation World just the other day - and they had these carts for sale. I looked at them, but wasn't sure it would be wise getting the cart, and then not being able to find the totes to fit in them?!?!

Anyway, if any Canadians read this..you know where to look!
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Smile I looked for canning jars last night.

But all I could find was the metal screw lid. I'm lookingfor the glass lid w/the rubber ring.

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Ok all of the Canadians here is the scoop right from my hubby whos company developed these carts you can get all of the components ordered directly from his company. HMS, the ordering info is right insisde the box for the cart as to how to get the other components.OR you can see it on the web site www.homelogic.com If you have trouble please let me know I would be glad to help you I love my cart and how it rolls to where I am scrapping even if it is just a few feet away from my table. Good luck hunting Jodi
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