If you have been following my blog and YouTube channel, and the craft room organizing tips I’ve shared over the years, you know I love the papercrafting storage items from Stamp-n-Storage.
Stamp-n-Storage has some exciting news today!!
They are offering 10% off storewide + Free Shipping (domestic US orders only).. This Spring Sale runs May 28 to June 4, 2019. CLICK TO VIEW and ORDER Stamp-n-Storage products!
New Stamp-n-Storage product releases:
6×6 Max for IKEA – One unit, paper storage for two sizes. The 6×6 Max will fill your cube with 15 6×6 paper slots and 6 12×12 paper slots.
8.5×11 Max for IKEA – One unit, 15 slots horizontal and 4 slots vertical. By adding the vertical slots, you are now utilizing the entire width of your cube.
6×6 Paper Holder Double for IKEA – Two rows of 6×6 Paper for a total of 30 slots! OK, we are pretty excited about this one.
Paper Holder Add-On – Customers who already have a 8.5×11 or 6×6 Paper Holder for IKEA can now choose a 8.5×11 or 12×12 Add-On. These are stand-alone units that slide next to a 6×6 or 8.5×11 Paper Holder for IKEA.
An 8.5×11 and 12×12 Add-On for a 6×6 Paper Holder for IKEA offers 6 slots.
An 8.5×11 and 12×12 Add-On for a 8.5×11 Paper Holder for IKEA offers 3 slots.
Marker Nook for 6×6 IKEA – We’ve also added a new Marker Nook that fits next to the 6×6 Paper Holder for IKEA (just like the Marker Holder for Stampin’ Blends).
Did you see the quick video I posted a few days ago with this great tip for organizing your embossing powder with Dollar Store storage containers!?
I found these GREAT dual compartment storage containers at the Dollar Tree near my home, and I also found these GREAT little plastic spoons that fit perfectly with my embossing powder!!! You seriously should have seen me and my friend Tammy as we were contemplating the perfect container for our embossing powder. When we found these mini spoons (24 for $1!!!!) we knew this was the perfect solution.
Above is a close up of the label from the container in case you want to try to look for the same one! 3 for $1… can’t beat that!!!!
I used my Brother P-Touch labeler to create the labels.
I decided to put 3 Stampin’ Up! containers of each embossing powder into my new plastic storage containers and that is perfect!!
WATCH THE VIDEO below if you want to see more details!
Last year at this time, Stampin’ UP! introduced a color revamp, adding new colors to the beautiful color line up! At that time I decided to switch my ink pad and cardstock storage to “rainbow order”. I have LOVED having it in rainbow order for the past year, as opposed to organized in color families as I had stored them for so many years. Today I am sharing my Rainbow Order Cardstock Storage.
Patty’s Cardstock Storage:
I love my Stamp-n-Storage paper holders. I use them for my 8-1/2×11 cardstock and for my 12×12 designer paper. See them all online here.
If you are a demonstrator and already have your new catalog, you’ll notice that I loosely based this rainbow order on the photo in the catalog on pages 160 and 161. I modified it a little bit, but this is what was pleasing to my eye…
Do what works for you, what is pleasing to your eye and what works with your storage system.
I love grid paper (or graph paper).. I always have, ever since I was a kid!!
So it’s no wonder I LOVE to use Stampin’ Up! Grid sheets at my crafting area!!
3 Choices of Stampin’ UP! Grid Sheets
1. Small Stampin’ UP! Grid Sheets: this handy tablet is PERFECT for smaller crafting areas, for crafting on the go, and for your Stamparatus!!! Includes Imperial and Metric measurements. (approx 7-1/2″ square) #149621 Available online here.
2. Floral Stampin’ UP! Grid Sheets: be still my heart.. the most gorgeous grid paper EVER!!! NEW and Limited Supplies!! 11″ x 17″ #150819 Available online here.
3. Regular Stampin’ Up! Grid Sheets: Space for writing notes, Includes Imperial and Metric measurements and protects your work surface! . 11″ x 17″ #130148 Available online here.
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