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Old 01-21-2005, 10:06 AM   #1
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Default Check out these organizers for stamp pads and extras

http://stores.ebay.com/Craft-Organizers

I know the dreaded E-bay - I just ordered the one that holds 25 stamp pads and has the adjustable shelves....
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Old 01-21-2005, 10:22 AM   #2
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I have the one that holds 50 pads with the ribbon holder. It's really nice and I thought totally worth the money. The seller is in Canada, I believe, so it took a little longer to get to me, but I'm really happy with it.

I am thinking about getting the 25 pad one, too! I have many Versamagic pads and some colorbox ones that I have no room for. Thanks for reminding me!
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I have the one that hold ribbon and scissors (don't use it for scissors) and I just ordered another one for only ribbon. They even have hooks to hang on the wall above your work area! The quality is really nice.
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Thanks for the post! I'm ordering the 70 pad holder in a few minutes if I can get off of here. I've been wanting something that stands flat against the wall and this is perfect. I ALMOST ordered the one from Rubber Stamp Storage's website, but that much money? I know they're handmade and beautiful and all, but that cuts into my SU money! LOL!

Thanks for the tip! I think I want the ribbon holder, too... but I'll have to think about that one.

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Ladies you can get a holder that holds 100 from kingdom tapes for 27.00 with shipping.
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I ordered the 5.99 100 cassette spinner from Fellowes and I am sooo happy with it!! Thanks to whomever steered me in that direction! (serikastamper, maybe?)
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It's wood? WOW - I haven't seen anything that cheap....ever. I need to go back and take a second look!
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I just ordered the one that holds 50 with the ribbon holder. Thanks for the tip - I had been looking for something exactly like this. I even asked DH to build me one, but it would have cost him twice as much in supplies! :P
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I just posted about these on another thread!! I would highly recommend these! They are great quality, made of MDF and are very sturdy. I bought the 50 pad & ribbon holder & its perfect!! I think I am going to get another one for jsut ribbon when I have room (or A room!! haha!!) there are a few varieties so check them out!! Also, it even came with the hooks to hang it on the wall! Most people who would make these would have you do that on your own!

Sheesh sounds like I am selling them I like them so much! LOL!! I just really like inexpensive and great organization tools!!
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My husband just made me this for a christmas prestent it holds 50 ink pads and the storage. I love it .
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I have the 50 pad & ribbon holder and I LOVE it!! I took the dowel for the ribbon out and am using that area as a shelf....I have my spectrum pads there and a small container holding my wheel cartridges. I had a slight problem with my order and let me tell you, these people are fantastic to deal with! Very friendly and great to buy from!
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Thanks for posting this. I think I'll show my husband and give him something to do during this long snowy winter in Michgian. Those look so easy I think I could make them.

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Thank you for sharing this "store". I have ordered a couple of items. I bought the adjustable shelf to hold my punches. I have duplicated too many because I didn't have them organized. I also bought the ribbon rack - now I will be able to see exactly which ribbon I want. I also bought a stamp pad/shelf combo. For embossing powders and craft ink pads(use these with clear embossing powder to get other colors).

I want to get myself organized with everything where I can see it. If I can stop duplicating my punches then I will have more money for stamps. I finally have a stamp room and I am in the process of putting it in order.

I think this is one of the good things about Ebay. I wonder if this is a man or a woman making these storage units. Whoever it is, they know stampers
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Just got my organizer in and I am lovin it! Thanks for posting this!!!
Also~They were so great about keeping in touch to make sure I got the product and was enjoying it - not like some ebay sellers!
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I looked at this one and thought about buying it. When I looked at the measurements however for the stamp pad holders it was too small to hold the SU stamp pads. Is this correct?
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My wonderful hisband went to the depot yesterday and bought everything he needed and made me one to hold over 100 ink pads. All before the super bowl. And during half time he painted it the color of my walls in my stamp room. He says when he gets home today he will hang it up for me. I can't wait to fill it up with all those pads. I am so excited. LAst weekend he made me the ribbon holder but he made it to hold 5 rows of ribbon. And the bottom rows are spaced a little more to fit the grosgrain ribbon. He said both of them cost him about $10 to make. And they are customized. Next project for hubby is a stazon pad holder. He is going to put ittle holes on the side of each ink pad for the refill..... and a space for my cleaner. Boy is it great to have a handy husband.
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Shannon -
Is your husband for rent? Or, could I borrow him to build me some units?

You are a very lucky lady to have a talented husband! I am so jealous

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He said he would be willing to make and sell the ribbon holders..... but I would have to ask him again about the ink pad..... early yesterday he was talking about having me post.... but after doing the grid for over 100 pads he wasn't as talkative about selling those.

We made a deal... he just ordered the plans from The Yankee Workshop to make himself a workshop in the garage. ANd when he is done with that he will be building built ins on one entire wall of my stamp room. Did I luck out or what??
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StampnCroplady wrote:
"I looked at this one and thought about buying it. When I looked at the measurements however for the stamp pad holders it was too small to hold the SU stamp pads. Is this correct?"


They fit the old style pads perfectly sideways, and they fit the new pads longways, with the ends sticking out an inch - makes it easier to grab and see the colors. It is great! I'll post a pic of mine...[/i]

Updated info: This cost me $27.00 by it now ebay + 11.99 s&h - they include insurance so it was just under $40 and ebay sent me a $5 off my next auction, so it was like $35 total! It shipped from Canada and was here in a week. I am loving it!
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Any chance they fit the Kalidecolor pads?? I need something for those. Any suggestions.

BTW, I bought the one for ribbon and wheels and I LOVE it!!
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jm_donahoe - will the ribbon rod hold the large grosgrain spools?
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Can someone who has one of these tell me how far over the edge the ink pads hang over in the front. I am just curious. I looks to be about an inch. These really look like they are worth the money. Anyone had one for a long time, do they hold up? TFS
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Please disregard the above post, I hadn't read page 2 yet.
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I have one. I think it is well worth the money. I love it. I have my wheels sitting on the rods and then I have all my ribbon on the bottom dowel. It fits ALL my ribbon spools for whoever asked if it held the grosgrain. I am needing another one because mine is filled and I know I will be getting more ribbon and definitely more wheels.
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I have the one that holds 70 pads. I love it! It hangs directly in front of me and frees up my stamp/craft space.
Adding the ribbon holder to my list. You don't have to really bid on these either. The guy always has several items up. I brought it and paid for shipping for all of $37 - and it's from Canada!
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ok, maybe this is a dumb question, but do you have to pay any taxes or import fees since this is coming from canada?
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Ok, I just measured my roll of discontinued SU! Silver Ribbon which is just shy of 4.5" and it does fit... HOWEVER, it just exactly touches the top and bottom of the shelf. So it makes it a bit harder to roll, but not impossible. HTH!
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made me the same thing except we figured we would need 5 rows to fit all of the SU ribbon. And he made the bottom row a little larger to fit the grosgrain ribbon. Then he made it with 1" thick MDF to make it more sturdy. At the time I had a desk and he built it to fit a space where the monitor to a computer was supposed to go. When we got rid of that desk and put the rack on the wall we painted it with the left over paint from the walls. Here is how it turned out. Now I told him I need to order more ribbon... it looks to empty. He knew he was getting set up.
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My demo friend in NJ recently purchased this:
http://www.cdjdesigns.com/store/agor...idebyside.html

It holds the new SU ink pads as well as the original ones.....
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GAMom2ChelNJustin - the PortaInk looks good! Does your friend have any feedback on it for us?!
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Shannon - your post notes that your husband made the ribbon organizer... did he make your ink holder too? I ask because I REALLY like that you have room for 12 inks in each column. The one thing I don't like about the smaller Craft Solutions holders is that you can't get an entire palette of SU! colors in a row ... I know, sounds weird, but I'm weird that way :P
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ok, maybe this is a dumb question, but do you have to pay any taxes or import fees since this is coming from canada?
Nope. I paid for the aution and item was delivered in 1 week. No extra paperwork. Oh, well, I did have to sign a import delivery (?) form when I picked it up at the postoffice. They didn't leave it because the form needed to be signed. But other then that, nothing extra on my part.
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Don't want to burst any bubbles, but I went to my local Goodwill and found an old cassette tape holder that holds 64 of my pads- and it only cost me $3!!! I don't know if I got lucky or not, but I am very happy with it. My DH and I spent many hours making one that was on a lazy susan base- it was beautiful- BUT... then they changed the stamp pad design! I was happy about the new pads, but really bummed that I had spent all that time and didn't get to use my holder for more than six months. Actually, I still use it for all my other pads, refills, and markers, but it is bulky compared to my new one that sits against the wall. So, long story short, go see if your local thrift store has something that will work, and save some moola for more stamps!!!
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This ebay store has been out for a while, but they are going to be up and running again soon! I jsut got this email from them:

Hello, I am sorry we took so long to reply to your email! We had to stop
selling these organizers because my grandmother had a heart attack. She is ok now and they just released her today! thank goodness she is going to be alright!! We have not had a chance to look at any emails for the past month. So when we logged in today we were surprised to see hundreds of email unanswered. We would like to thank you for your patience! We are happy to announce that we are start selling our full line of organizers starting Sunday , March 20, at 12:00pm PST. Please spread the word to all your friends and let them know about our quality organizers! You can view our full product line at our ebay store. Here is the link:

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Thank you again for your patience and I hope we can do business very soon!!

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Cool. Thanks for all the great info ladies.
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Hello, I am sorry we took so long to reply to your email! We had to stop
selling these organizers because my grandmother had a heart attack. She is ok now and they just released her today! thank goodness she is going to be alright!! We have not had a chance to look at any emails for the past month. So when we logged in today we were surprised to see hundreds of email unanswered. We would like to thank you for your patience! We are happy to announce that we are start selling our full line of organizers starting Sunday , March 20, at 12:00pm PST. Please spread the word to all your friends and let them know about our quality organizers! You can view our full product line at our ebay store. Here is the link:

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