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Old 06-11-2004, 06:49 AM   #1  
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Default Cheap Storage for New Stamping up ink Pads

Does anyone have any ideas for storge for the new ink pads. I know my su demonstrater using the baby wipe containers. Any other cheap ideas?
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I'm using the rubbermaid shoeboxes. You can pick them up for $1 a piece. If you find a sale you can do even better!
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I got some plastic boxes at the Container Store - I think they're the "Men's Shoe Box" size. I stand it on end (on the narrow end) and it fits two stacks of new-style SU pads. Not a perfect solution, but they do stay in their stacks pretty well. I have 28 pads now, but it will hold about 10 more, I think.

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I bought the CaseLogic 60 cd case holder to hold all of my stamp pads. It is inexpensive, doesn't take up much room and it's portable. Plus it fits exactly 48 pads! You'll need 4 empty cd cases to hold the pads in place. E-mail me if you want to see a picture so you'll know what I'm talking about. Millionbuy.com seems to have the best price out there - about half the price as any other place, and way cheaper than all those custom built storage units. Here's the link.

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Vanessa,

I have a bunch of these CD cases, holding CDs, of course.

So do they fit the NEW SU inkpads?? That would be so cool!

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Vanessa, I'd like to see a picture of your case if you don't mind.

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Me too! Thanks for everyones reponse!! Susie
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I have an audio tape holder from Fellowes. I paid $11.97 for it at Walmart last year and it holds 100 pads! Wohoo
They only fit in one way, if you turn them and put them in...they just slide back out. I think there is a picture in the stamping room section.

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WOW BEATE!! That looks great! Looks expensive and like it was meant for this storage!!! Walmart here I come!!!!!!! I hope they still have them, I am tired of buying things that I think will work and they don't!!!!! Susie
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I just tried out the Case Logic kind of CD holder that Vanessa recommended. The pads don't fit in the slots, BUT you can stack them like I do with my Container Store box and the CD case has a divider between the stacks. Am I making sense?

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I have this 18 drawer thing that I got in the tool department at Sears that is great. Each of the clear drawers holds 3 of the new style pad or 3 or 4 of the old style and spots. I was able to hang it on my wall above my stamping table and it works great. I love the drawers! I printed out white shipping labels and stamped on them so I can just glance and see what color is in the drawer. And, the best part, the whole thing was only about $15.00. I also use it to hold my eyelets and my refill bottles.
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I have posted a picture of my case logic ink pad storage under the Stampin' Spaces gallery. It works beautifully - especially since you can just zip it up and take it with you to workshops or whereever.

I highly recommend it. I think I'll have to get another one for craft pads now! More to add to my list....*sigh*

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