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Old 05-01-2008, 08:22 PM   #41  
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I like it!! Thanks for the idea.
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Old 05-01-2008, 09:27 PM   #42  
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Here is my cheap Forums at Splitcoaststampers.

I used a clear makeup bag to make it. It was really easy to make and I love the way it turned out.
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Wow Ellepaul, that looks almost exactly like my pull ez, and I'll bet it was a lot cheaper! Way to go!
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Wow, all of these ideas are great!!! My stamping room is literally in the planning stages but I've always envisioned my ribbon looking like momof2stampers - it just looks so pretty! I know that IKEA has all sorts of glass and plastic storage jars in their Marketplace, even the little embellishment jars like she used. And I also like SweetHeidiJo's idea of clipping the ribbons with the binder clips; it would keep them nice and straight with out creases or wrinkles. Thanks everyone for sharing your tips!
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Here are mine...sad to say, I still another spot with of ribbon also. I see it, and think, "Wow, that would really look good on this...."..
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I use a meat tray ( that has been thoroughly washed in soapy water) punch holes in it, and thread the ribbon through the holes- it's very handy. I put a couple of nails in the wall and hang the tray on the nails. It's out of the way and easy to access.
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Such GREAT ideas! Now if I could keep the cat from chewing the ends off my ribbons, I'd be golden! heh
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Did I say I hang the meat tray with the ribbons on it HIGH up on the wall????
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my loose ribbon is all kept in the clear stamp cases from stampin up. i have 2 for non stampin up 1. solid 2. printed,patterned ribbon. then 2 for stampin up -same system. works great.
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tmcccorm where did you get your wire rack for your ribbon?
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I just purchased the ribbon ring. And so far having it hang up is going to be so much better to really see what I have. Check it out at www.ribbonring.com it took me awhile to find something that really worked for me. Good luck it your hunt for the perfect ribbon storage.
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tmcccorm where did you get your wire rack for your ribbon?
I picked those up at lowes or home depot in the closet/shelving section.. I cut them in 1/2 to fit under the cabinet, but I think they come in different sizes..
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I am a total Ribbon addict! I can't even begin to count how much I have. lol

This is the way I store mine (you can read details on my blog)



These are old fashioned cookie jars I found at the dollar store. Sadly I have filled most of them to the top. lol
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I have a lot of mine on the small styrofoam balls that someone mentioned earlier. Then I toss them into a basket. I love the way it looks.
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