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Old 09-03-2012, 06:40 PM
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There's ones made of cardboard too, if you are interested.
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OK will keep that in mind too. Yes, cardboard is pretty easy to find at least!
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Here are the links for the cardboard systems:

Cardboard storage solution

Cardboard storage solution tutorial
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Thank you, Roberta
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Old 09-11-2012, 09:37 AM
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Hi!

The large inserts for Sizzix Large Die Box work great for storing embossing folders. You can fit several in one slot. Easy to find the folder you are looking for or browse through for an idea.

Or, for an even less expensive storage option, you can find letter sorters at a dollar store. They only have two slots, but it is a great start.

Both also work well for the medium Sizzlits.

I need my stamping supplies in sight. If not, out-of-sight, out-of-mind.

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I need to organize my stamp room better. What works for you?

How do you organize your supplies? Like:
stamps and inks
scissors and cutters
stencils (both brass and plastic)
dies and embossing folders
ribbon
cardstock and scrapbook paper
paints, sprays
art supplies (chalks, pastels, markers, crayons, pencils, sponges, etc.)
embellishments
magazines

This is just the beginning of the stuff we have. Thanks for sharing your organization/storage ideas!
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I just came up with two more organizing ideas, one of which I have started to institute:

A shoebox from Steve to house my 12 x 12 and 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock

A liquor box with the inserts to hold my oversized rolls papers

I still need to get the liquor box. A beer bottle box would probably work just as well depending on how many slots you need. I came up with this idea because I had once worked for an engineer and that's how they stored their drawings. But those boxes can be quite pricey and liquor boxes are free for the asking!
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