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Old 03-21-2006, 08:43 AM   #1
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Hi, does anyone know if there is a specific storage container for the T H20's?
And if so, where do you order one? If not, what is the best way to store them?
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Mine are stacked up in those square/rectangle christmas cookie tins. That seems to work pretty well. I also have some RPs and those came with oak storage trays...one is kidney shaped and the other square. There are holes drilled in that the RP jars just fit in. Might be an idea for someone that wants to have something similar made for the H20s.
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Old 03-21-2006, 10:33 AM   #3
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I use the large plastic SU stamp boxes. You can buy the empty boxes -- they are available in the back of the current catalog. I actually store the H2O jars upside down in the boxes. That way I can easily locate the colors that I want before ever opening the plastic box.

I find these SU stamp boxes to be great for corraling and storing a number of stamping-related items.

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Old 03-21-2006, 03:37 PM   #4
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I just use little plastic containers to store them, I think they are in the Glad containers right now. They are sorted by color families. I did the same thing for my Radiant Pearls too.

Easy and cheap, although some of the other suggestions are great too!
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I keep mine in a long plastic container that is about 1-1/2" or maybe 2" deep. I keep the lids off and a mister bottle handy. When I want to paint use them, I pull the container out and give them a mist. The only time I had any problem was when I knocked the tray off the shelf and they all came tumbling out!
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I keep mine in a container designed for holding DMC embroidery floss. I have small containers and 4 of them fit snuggly in each compartment.
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Just went to a stamp convention & Amy of Amy's Magic stores hers on a cookie sheet---cover off. She claims they can mold if you cover them wet so she has thrown away the covers. Go to the website A Country Welcome, they have storage trays of wood made for the Twinkling H2Os.
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Yes -- a store in Maryland markets a wooden one. The store's name is Rubber Chicken and is in Gaithersburg maryland. Google it as they have a website. I've seen the container and it is a flat piece of wood with holes in it that fit the jars.
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Wonder if you can find a tealight holder that would work? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm just thinkin' Denise
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I've got the Rubber Chicken storage -- I love those things! They are wooden trays that are about 12" x 3" and have cutouts to hold the Twinks jars. They are made by Stamp Hideaway in Littlestown, PA (717.359.7087). The cutouts are on both sides of the tray so that you can stack them, interlocked, for a smaller footprint. I've got the trays for the 5g jars and they hold 24 each. Here's the addy for the gals at Rubber Chix http://www.rubberchickenrs.com/home.htm. Unfortunately, their online store isn't working right now, but call them -- they're great!

I can't remember how much they cost -- maybe about $10-12 apiece?
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I use the SU plastic storage made for the alphabets....Love it!
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I bought a wooden box at Micheal's for around $4.00. you can decapague the box and do what you wish with it.It's perfect for the jars. I also have all of my embossing powders in it.it holds a ton of jars it worth the $4.00.
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