Two more great stamping supply storage ideas. I love organization, but finding the right thing for me takes some patience. Here are two ideas I found while browsing the Stampin Up demonstrator website, Stampin Connection, this week.
1. Sorting each color group together in bins. Each bin would contain the ink pads, reinkers and stampin write markers. Each bin perfectly labeled, of course! Thank you to Geri Leto, Stampin Up demonstrator, for sharing this on Stampin Connection.
I can see the benefit of this being in it's simplicity and low cost. If you know you will be working with subtles you can find them all in one place. this would also be so easy for others who may be stamping with you.
2. This second idea I have already started. I think I might combine the ideas and just add this to my bins (when I get bins set up). Stampin' Up sells the empty stamp containers that the clear stamps come in. You would use one case for each color group.
Thank you Joyce Weiler, stampin Up demonstrator who shared this on the Stampin up website! Such a great idea. This is a such a simple way to transport markers to and from workshops. What a space saver and I would think you could easily look and see if you are missing markers before packing up to go home.
I am sure that there are a million different storage solutions out there. Let me know if you have any others. So far I end up with everything out everywhere. Maybe that is just part of the process!
I have found the links to print out the PDF of the marker inserts!! Stampin' Up sells the clear cases. Kimberly Barker, Stampin' Up demonstrator, was kind enough to create these awesome inserts and share them with all of us. She just asks that no one sells them.
Best way to store markers yet!
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