Today I am sharing a couple of ideas that I use to store some of my inks. Nothing is "original" - I found these ideas in blogland [somewhere...]
These are my copics. I had DH cut outside drain pipes. I used double sided tape to adhere the sides together, and taped card stock to the back so they wouldn't push through. The markers on the top are the ones I need to a. replace or b. buy refills. Know of any good prices for copics out there? As you can see, I "need" a few.
I had every intention of painting the holders, but I was in such a hurry to utilize this system, I never got around to it. This sits right on my desk, in front of my work space. I adore this system!
I also wanted to share my storage of dies.
Yep, the trusty cd cases with magnetic sheets. I found the cd holders on a clearance table for $2 at Office Max! [Can you say cha ching] I used my computer and cd labels to label the cases. I love it that I still have room to "flip" As you can tell, my labels could use a little refreshing, but this system works fabulous for me.
I made 2 books for my MFT dies, which works okay, but really, flipping through the pages is a PITB. I need to set up another type of system, but have yet to figure out what. So, in the meantime this works.
My die storage systems work really well with my "die cut area"
(Yeah, I know, the sheet is rather tacky, but it protects the top of the dresser.)
Well, as usual, I read the post wrong, it is suppose to be your work space area. Sheez - so I am throwing in these photos of "my space" EDITED: Nope I did read it right - OMG.
So, do you have great storage ideas? Upload over at Moxie Fab. I can't wait to see the ideas.
That's it for my useful storage ideas [and space]. Do you have any that work for you? If you do, leave me a comment [and link if possible] - I think I will have a prize for the idea I pick to use! Interested?
Thanks for stopping by~