Stampin' Up Stamp Cases For Storage & Organization

Thursday, April 23, 2015

I love exploring craft room storage, especially those that use, or work for, Stampin' Up products. I came across a few things that are a stroke of genius, and wanted to share them with you. I am looking at organizational and storage ideas using the Stampin' Up Stamp Cases!

Shannon Jaramillo made her own Sponge Daubber storage system using dome cardstock and a wood block stamp case!




Great idea, right? Make your own Sponge Dauber storage by following Shannon's instructions here.

Next, I also learned at the last Nanaimo SU meeting that you can store your ink pad refillers in the wood block stamp cases. Both the half and full size will work. I found a couple of photos to show you.


I then learned that some people like to store their Stampin' Write Markers in the clear & polymer stamp cases (the thinner ones). I like to store mine right next to my ink pads.


Another thing that has been popular for the thinner stamp cases is to store your Thinlits & Framelits in them.


This is one idea that I really love. I came up with idea myself before I learned that many others are doing this as well. I love those little Designer Series Paper Stacks, but find it hard to keep the pieces I don't use with the paper stack. I realized that they fit ever so nicely in the thinner stamp cases! No more bits and pieces falling out! Here re mine minus the covers I haven't gotten around to making.



This works great for me! Just need to desingn those covers!

One last thing I would share is there are many more things that these cases can be used for. The sky's the limit in imagining all sorts of organizational and storage ideas for these cases! I've even thought of storing rhinestone sheets, pearl sheets, dimensionals, and bakers twine cards in them!

If you have any other ideas that these cases can be used for, please share them in a comment below.

Thank you for stopping by today.

Happy stamping!




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2 comments:

Erica Edney said...

Hi Sabrina,
Yes, these are great ideas and I also have seen them suggested by other SU demonstrators. I had started storing my re-inkers in the wood-mount cases but then switched to boxes that I made.
The one idea I had not seen is for storing the paper stacks and their remnants. I will use this idea for sure.

Carolyn Dieleman said...

I love the dauber tutorial, Sabrina. Thanks for including that link to Shannon's site. I have an old style dauber kit made with the old cases, but I thnk it's time to bring it up to date!

 
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