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Old 04-05-2005, 09:31 PM   #1
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Went to WalMart today & bought a Stanley wheeled toolbox .... ON SALE for $22!!!

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Old 04-05-2005, 11:43 PM   #2
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That's the one I use! I absolutely love it!!

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Old 04-06-2005, 12:35 AM   #3
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can you possible post a pictutre of it??
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Old 04-06-2005, 10:44 AM   #4
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Bump for a picture.

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Is this the one you bought?

http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...cat=500&page=2
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Please post a pic we can all see. I'd love to find a good tote!
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I have the one that Linda's link shows (also bought at Wal*Mart) and it is awesome for toting things to shows, crops, etc. My DH has serious toolbox envy and has tried to steal it a time or two .
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When I try to view the photo I get a message that says "You do not have permission to view..."
Is there something that I am doing wrong?? I did check to make sure that I was logged in. So I am OK there.
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:32 AM   #9
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Looks Like I will be making a trip to Wal-Mart, maybe they are on sale here. I would have so much more money in my pocket if i could stay out of that store. The checkout lady always asks me "did you find everything you needed?" I always reply "yes and a lot more"

Is this heavy?

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Could you please tell us how the inside is set up and what your capable of putting into it. I don't want something with too many little compartments. Does it have a spot where you can put some 8 1/2 x 11 paper of 12 x 12?
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When I go to the link it says I don't have permission to view.
I'm logged in... so, what's up???

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Oh, Linda? I think you may have posted a link to the Demo-only section. Please repost a picture we can all view!
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I have this as well. I use it for my workshops. In the bottom, I put my catalogs (10-12) and folders, incentive stamps and a package of spots, and have room for a tattoo kit on top of those. I can pack all my stamp sets and supplies in the top and then there is a lift out tray that fits in on the very top. It has compartments and I can put many of my smaller items in there. On the top there are 2 compartments that I use for mono and wheels. Hope this helps.
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I have one and it is SUPER!!!!!!!!!

I love it. I can carry everything for a workshop in it.
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For you ladies who also scrap would this do double duty or is it a better size for just stamps? I would love this for $22!~!
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I was showing my husband roller tool chest @ OSH - he was just laughing @ me I even tried to sell him on the idea that I could dump 4 of my current carries for one of them - he wasn't going for it!!!
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When I posted about it last week I couldn't remember the name of it. The storage is great I'll upload the inside of the top half lol . Its great for holding stamps and would be great for demos to cart their parties around.
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Yes - that's the one. I'm glad cause I am not at home to take a picture of it. Just arrived today in Tucson to visit my son & family.
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http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=30244
Yes, that's the one I have as well. Sorry I couldn't post a pic sooner, too.

The bottom holds catalogs, 8.5x11 paper, boxes of a color-family's pads (standing on end, like they're supposed to be!), stamps, etc. The little pop-out tray in the lower front side of the top holds my (non-SU!, but there are 2 different sizes, probably like SU!'s) embossing powders & my SU ink cartridges. I put stamps (any size box, laying on their narrow, long sides) & misc. pads in the top & punches, markers, stampin' mist, scissors, etc. in the tray above them. I put my wheels in the pouches on the lower front, but there are strap slots inside them that you could use to hold scissors or something instead (I have a 2yo that likes to get into mine to play with my wheels!).

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