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Old 07-03-2008, 09:56 AM   #41  
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I have used a vinyl gutter for a couple years now....love it. I strung mine backwards thru my support brackets of my shelf. Check out my gallery (have pictures there of my room) to see how I did it. I have since had to hang a Making Memories embellishment unit to house more ribbon though.....love buying more. LOL

Linda, I like the way you have the gutter below the shelf. That is great!!
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I use towel rods for my punches. I think my gutter would fall down if I put them in there, too! You can see my punches here:
Chocolate Chip Heaven by stampinmomma517 at Splitcoaststampers

They're from IKEA and work fabulously!
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Yup...those rods are on my list for my next trip to the big city...IKEA here I come!
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thanks so much pink hedgehog for the ribbon gutters pics. What a fab idea.
Cant wait to do it. Also a big thanx to ins and outs of fastening it to the wall.

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I store my ribbon in a product called a Dripper Flipper. I got it at Home Depot in the gutter section. It's great because it telescopes to accomadate fewer or more rolls. Also, no cutting.

Here is a close up, a longer view, and the product label.

I like this method because I can take my rolls easily to where I am crafting.

Very cool idea!!! Thanks for all the pics and details!!!
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I have had a rain gutter installed in my craft room for about 2 years. We found an 8 foot piece that DH cut in half (because who has 8 feet of free wall space?). I had to wash it, it had just been left outside after a remodel (recycle!!) but other that being dirty there was nothing wrong with it! We only found 1 endcap piece but I haven't even bothered to buy the other three. What I have done to accomodate the larger spools is to set them in the top gutter. They don't sit all the way down but they don't fall out either! I use the lower gutter for the spools that do fit all the way in. I love this system because you can see everything (except for the huge amount of ribbon that I have that doesn't seem to fit in the 8 feet of gutter that I have already filled) and for me it works so much better than my old dowel system. They thing I liked about the dowels was that you could just pull what you needed off the spool but the thing that I hated and lead me to look for other solutions was that when you would run out on the spool and had the empty it always seemed to be in the middle of the dowel. Which meant that I seemed to always be taking 10+ spools off the get to the empty to remove it. It made me nuts! So I love the rain gutter and am trying to decide if DH will help me install, I don't know maybe 8 feet more??
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I love your ideas with the rain gutters and can't wait to try that. I have another question, I have a cuttle bug and was wondering how people store it. Also how do you store all your nestabilities? Any ideas appreciated. Thanks, [email protected]
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Hi Merrily,
I store all my CB die cut plates and "sandwich plates" in a medium size Sterlite storage container I bought at a dollar store - works perfectly! It's a little larger than the CB machine itself - so if I wanted to...I could buy two of these Sterlite containers - one for the machine and one for the plates!
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My cuttlebug sits front and center on my table because I use it all the time!!! I use the embossing folders for almost every card I do!
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I made book out of a photo album. Each page has a magnetic insert. You can buy them at craft stores. My nesties slide right in and stay put. It works great but the book is heavy. I wish they would make a special case for them.
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I have used a vinyl gutter for a couple years now....love it. I strung mine backwards thru my support brackets of my shelf. Check out my gallery (have pictures there of my room) to see how I did it. I have since had to hang a Making Memories embellishment unit to house more ribbon though.....love buying more. LOL
I know this post is a little old, but I was wondering how you mounted this so that it tilts out like it does.... I want to mount mine in a similar fashion! Thanks!
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