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Old 08-16-2009, 02:28 AM   #1  
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Was fed up trying to keep my Nesties in their original packets and came up with this idea - kitchen utensil hanging racks. The ones I bought are from Homebase and you can slide the hooks along if you have some wider nesties than others. Just thought I'd share this with you - you can also see at a glance which ones are missing etc,
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What a great stamping room you had Janny!! Love the nestie idea! Thank you for sharing!
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Very neat stamping room and great idea for the nesties. Thanks for sharing.
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Great idea!
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What a good idea for hanging the Nestabilities, provided you have the wall space. I suppose if you didn't want to hang them permanently on the wall you could fix them to a piece of hardboard etc and then prop that up where you want it.

I keep my own Nestabilties in a shallow plastic storage box but have to keep rummaging through them!

By the way, Janny, I love how tidy you keep your room!

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I saw one on someone's blog where she had a magnetic board with a pretty design on it that was framed, which she had painted, that she had hanging on her wall. All of her sets were together and looked very nice too!
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Wonderful post. Your room is awesome. TFS.
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Sorry to disillusion you all - my room's not so tidy any more, that was taken when it was just finished and I had moved in! I'll need to take a current photo!
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