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Old 01-13-2010, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default I created a nestie storage rack, thingy...lol.

I only have four sets (I think they are sets, still a little confused on that). I need them to be out in the open and wanted something different. When I get more I will hang them the other way...should hold plenty and easy to get to!

What cha think, and how do you store your's??

Whoops, forgot the link, sorry! Nestie Rack

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Old 01-13-2010, 05:53 PM   #2
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What a great idea! I just store mine in a clear CD case. If mine were out like this I know I would use them more. TFS!
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Thank you! And I thought about the clear case...but some things I just have to have visible and easy to grab or they don't get used. Wonder why it's like that...lol!
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Old 01-13-2010, 06:10 PM   #4
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Very, very cute!
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My first reaction was very clever and cute. And they are very accessible, close at hand to use.
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That's a really cute storage idea! It's decorative and functional at the same time. Thanks for sharing!
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VERY cute! Do you mind me asking what the stand was origonally intended for?
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VERY cute! Do you mind me asking what the stand was origonally intended for?
No at all...it is a hand towel stand.

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No at all...it is a hand towel stand.

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Thank you that is a great idea! the Towel rack could be used for so many things, thanks again for sharing!
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Wonderful idea!

I'd have to clear space on my desk to use it though. What a mess I've made ...
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This is soooo stinkin cute.....you are one cleaver lady.
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too clever! tfs
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I only have four sets (I think they are sets, still a little confused on that). I need them to be out in the open and wanted something different. When I get more I will hang them the other way...should hold plenty and easy to get to!

What cha think, and how do you store your's??

Whoops, forgot the link, sorry! Nestie Rack

If that doesn't work it is on my blog.

PS if this is inappropriate please let me know. I was gonna put it in the gallery but did not see a gallery for these types of post.
Love it, so creative! I noticed the Janome in the picture. Would you recommend it? I am looking to get something to sew on my cards.
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Cute idea! I have heard of using shower curtain rings too - that would work on your cutie rack as well.
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TO CUTE!!!! I've only got 4 sets also that would be perfect for mine also! Thanks!
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Love it, so creative! I noticed the Janome in the picture. Would you recommend it? I am looking to get something to sew on my cards.
Yes, I would absolutely recommend it! Now keep in mind I had never used a sewing machine before I got this, so I can't compare it to anything. But I have used it on my papercrafting and made a few hand bags and it works beautifully (original price was 229.00). I really do enjoy it and haven't had any trouble at all with tension or anything...good thing because I wouldn't know how to fix it...LOL!

Good luck and keep us posted on what you get!

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Your rack is sooooo cute!! It's a beautiful accessory for your craft and table and keeping it in sight means you're going to remember to use it Good job!

I just keep mine in CD cases
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Love it, so creative! I noticed the Janome in the picture. Would you recommend it? I am looking to get something to sew on my cards.
my dh got me one for christmas. still in the box. hope to dig it out after the regionals.
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Very cute, and a great idea. I own to many to do this. I have no room now
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What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.
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Super cute idea! I have too many to have out like that....Mine are in CD cases in a CD holder...I keep it on my stampin' Table.
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I purchased a magnetic book-like storage folder at a stamping show and have enjoyed it. Here's a link: http://www.quickutz.com/qk2/viewItem...CC-MAGBOOK-BLK It holds eight sets of Nestabilities. When I'm using them, I open the folder on my desk so I can see all of them, and play away. Maybe I'll have to get a second one some day.
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How cute! What a great idea - pretty to look at and functional! TFS

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I have a Cuttlebug Station inside a closet. My husband mounted a very huge bulletin board in there and I stapled magnetic sheets (vent covers from Bed, Bath, and Beyond) to it. They are all displayed there with a table with my supplies below. It makes it so I don't have to keep the area neat. I just close the door, but it is already to go!
This is a great idea! I stamp out of a hutch/closet-on-wheels (think: Ghetto ScrapBox) in my dining room and I love the idea of attaching magnetic sheets to the inside of one of the hutch doors for Nesties. TFS!!
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I should own stock in 3M Company if others buy as many of their Command Hooks as I do. Anyway, I don't like putting holes in walls, so decided to try this with the hooks for the nesties too large for CD cases.
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I purchased a magnetic book-like storage folder at a stamping show and have enjoyed it. Here's a link: http://www.quickutz.com/qk2/viewItem...CC-MAGBOOK-BLK It holds eight sets of Nestabilities. When I'm using them, I open the folder on my desk so I can see all of them, and play away. Maybe I'll have to get a second one some day.
I've made my own similar to this. I use a file box thingy I found at Hobby Lobby (it has file pockets built in) and use leftover chipboard backed with adhesive magnets. I get the magnets at Oriental Trading, as they're cheap. They're about $10 for 10 or 12 8 1/2"x11" sheets. For the newer Nesties, I just back the cardboard insert instruction set that comes with them with the magnets. The Nesties stick to the magnets well and I can also label the folders so I know where to find each precious piece!
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That is such a cute and functional way to store your nesties!
I have mine on the inside of a cabinet door on magnectic strips, super easy to store, find and use.
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OMGoodness, I want one! What are the things that you used to hang them from the rack? Are they velcro or ribbbon?

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my dh got me one for christmas. still in the box. hope to dig it out after the regionals.
I got my Janome sew mini last week! I love it. Thanks ladies for the recommendation and thank you Gina K!!! Your video tutorials are wonderful. I was able to take my Sew Mini right out of the box, thread it and got to sewing.
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I love my Janome too. Gina K's videos are the best from start up to sewing. Thanks again girlfriend! You are the best!
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