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Old 09-06-2008, 01:00 PM   #1
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Someone posted a link a while back to a plastic container made specifically for storing sponge daubers and I cannot find it now. I think it was only $5.

Does anyone remember this?

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Old 09-06-2008, 05:12 PM   #2
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I did, I have them and they are just wonderful!

Here you go: www.scrapbook.com

SKU: gb-gbdb Price: $4.99

they are out of stock, but put the SKU # in the search box to look them up and they will e-mail you as soon as they come in. It only takes a couple of days.
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Here's a link: http://store.scrapbook.com/gb-gbdb.html
The only bummer is that they are currently unavailable, but expected back in stock soon. I have one that I bought directly from Gary Burlin & Co. at a stamp convention in Akron. It is a wonderful storage solution for daubers and would be well worth the wait for this site to get it back in stock. Hope that helps.
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When I ordered them from this same company, they were out of stock. I 'registered' to be notified when they were back in stock. True to their word, I got an e-mail a few weeks later that they were back in stock, I ordered them, and they arrived super quick!

You will love them!
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:07 PM   #5
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Thanks everyone!
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That's neat, too bad it only holds 40 when there's 48 su colors...

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Thank you for posting the link. This looks like a great storage solution as they hold 40 daubers. As soon as they come in I will be ordering a couple!
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I just started stocking up on daubers so I have one for each color of ink pad and was thinking last night that I needed a way to store them. Great timing!

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Old 09-09-2008, 01:24 PM   #9
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I've seen that exact box, only it's filled. Not sure if that's good or bad...

They sell $10 stamp alphabet sets at AC Moore that come in those boxes. Get one with a coupon, dump the stamps in a box and give them to the kids?

I dunno, I'm just thinking out loud
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Old 09-10-2008, 09:52 AM   #10
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I use the smallest SU Stamp Boxes. They hold 15 standing upright. Probably one of the bigger ones will hold 48
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I bought clear plastic fishing tackle trays. I took the SU sponges, cut them in quarters, and keep a quarter piece of sponge along with the matching dauber in each compartment together.

Mine are big enough that they have 24 sections, so needless to say, I have 2 of them! I have pastels and brights in one, and earth and regals in the other.

They work great!
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I like these and they do look a lot like the fishing tackle boxes that I store my brads/eyelets/etc in. They sure are handy!
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I bought these last year at a stamping convention and it is so handy. I keep it on my table and have each one labeled.

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I use the Stampin' Up! Alphabet boxes. They hold 48 so it's really handy and organized!
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Well, 40 was better than nothing, I bought 3 of them. There are a few SU colors I don't use! LOL Then I have one for VersaMagic, Mementos, Brilliance, Ranger Adriondacks, Distressed inks and so on...May need to get another one?
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Wow you guys use sep. daubers? I am cheap lol
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I hate to ask a stupid question but, why would you need 40 daubers? what are they used for?
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You use them to apply chalk to your image. Therefore, you have to have one for each color!
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I use them for a controlled way to add ink. Check out my blog for my home-made dauber box! (scroll down about 3 entries)
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I use them for a controlled way to add ink. Check out my blog for my home-made dauber box! (scroll down about 3 entries)
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I use them for a controlled way to add ink. Check out my blog for my home-made dauber box! (scroll down about 3 entries)
It's absolutely darling! How did you make it? I think I need one, or two...
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The tray is the lid of a red or dead glasses box which I had kept in my this-might-be-useful-someday box, (far too full!)

I cut 3 strips of thin cardboard, (kellogs box!), that were slightly longer than the length of the box, scored and folded the ends so they just fitted tightly across the box. I then cut 6 strips slightly longer than the width of the box and folded the as above. I placed the long strips in the box and lined up the daubers to give me a guide. I then marked where the 6 strips would cross the 3 long ones. I snipped half way through both sets of strips and slotted them together forming a grid - a fiddly job. Finally I secured the grid of strips by gluing to the inside of the box.

The colour strips at the back were photocopies from the SU catalogue trimmed down and glued to the box - so I don't muddle the colours up.

Well that took almost as long to describe as it did to make!

Picture on my blog at http://elizabethscraftroom.blogspot....st-friend.html

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Great directions, stash fairy! Thanks!!
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