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Old 01-19-2020, 02:51 PM   #1
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Does anybody have good idea for storing the large Tsukineko daubers? I am looking for something where each one would have a cubby. Right now they are in a drawer and some of the DOX colors have contaminated each other. I looked at the divided box I use for ink spot pads but they are not quite high enough. The lids flatten the sponge top when closed.
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Old 01-19-2020, 03:18 PM   #2
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Subbing because I'll need a solution too. I haven't tested the fit yet but I was thinking of plastic cups (~3 ounces, often found in bathrooms) lined up in a tray or box. A photo box would provide a lid if everything else worked.

We are (finally) at the stage of setting up my room. One of 4 bookcases have been assembled and placed in the room! The others need more stuff cleared out of the room first. Then I can get reacquainted with my toys and figure out storage for the things that stand the test of time (i.e. not purged or trashed.)
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This apparently works. The little bead cases would be removed - and maybe used for something else? I saved it after reading a blog and when I was thinking of buying some of the jumbos. (I didn’t happen to buy any.) I can try to find the blog.
https://www.joann.com/darice-stackab...orage&start=14
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Bead cases are such useful things! Thanks for the post beans.

I'm still very far away from having my space set up properly. I am hoping to use items already in my stash but also am willing to buy something if it is s better fit. Time will tell what my dauber storage will be but it'll be fun reading this thread!
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We have these in Australia: https://www.craftonline.com.au/produ...daubers-cob3s1
Sometimes deeper plastic compartment boxes are sold as fishing or nail and screw
storage - they may be cheaper than the same thing sold as bead or sewing storage.
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AussieJenny - I do have one of them for my small daubers - what I’m looking for is something like that but larger to accommodate the larger daubers.  https://www.scrapbookpal.com/tsukineko-jumbo-dauber/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4aCl3sqd5wIVEPDACh0InAWwEAQYASA BEgK_k_D_BwE
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Bjeans, thank you!  I believe it might.  My local store has 7 in store so will check them out at lunch one day next week and post the answer when I try it.  
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So, went to Joann and they don't have in the store - they have a different brand that isn't high enough.  A bit leery of ordering online as I have had similar issues with Michaels where they advertised Bazzill card stock but sent me Martha Stewart because they are phasing out the Bazzill.  So I have a feeling I'd get what I saw today, not what it said I was ordering since they say this store has 7 of them in stock.  

The search goes on.  Since the original post was several years ago, that one may be out of production.
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You might want to look at the bead boxes on Amazon, since you can ask buyers if the box without the insert would fit something X inches tall. Or Darice has a website - they might be able to tell you. eBay has Darice storage too. 





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I store mine in a small really useful box

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I store mine in a small basket in a drawer with all my applicators.
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