I am moving from my tiny craft corner to a little bit larger “craft wall.” The room is small, but I plan to use every inch along that one wall. The room still needs to be available as a guest room with the Murphy bed and a baby room with the Pack and Play and diaper changing for babysitting our granddaughter. All the craft stuff needs to tuck away out of sight for the guests and safely locked up for the baby. And it also needs to be clear and safe for our new Guide Dog Puppy in Training to play while I craft.

There was just no room for my Color Caddy. What to do? I didn’t want to spend lots of money after splurging on the granite counter. I am so happy with what I came up with! I have a great storage solution for the price of one sheet of foam core board, some card stock, and adhesive. It even gave me a place to tuck in my Stampin’ Scrub!

You can make it for just a few stamp pads or for the whole collection like I did. I usually include links for the supplies, but you probably really do have everything you need. I used Fast Fuse to make each stamp pad box, but you could use Tear and Tape. I used Glue Dots to adhere the boxes to the foam core board, but you could use any adhesive.

Click here for the free directions including the dimensions for the Memento, Stazon, and VersaMark pads.

And don’t forget to celebrate World Card Making Day!

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This year the world celebrates the day on October 7, but one day wasn’t enough for us. For ten days (October 1–10), you will get 15% off Notecards & Envelopes and select stamp sets. Also, when you buy Fast Fuse Adhesive, you’ll get two refills for FREE! These items will help you and your customers celebrate the best hobby of all—cardmaking!

But wait! There’s more!

There is a sale on Designer Series Paper through the end of October!

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Show off those cards with this easy card display. It stores flat but you can quickly set it up. It’s very convenient for demonstrators!

Here are the directions.

 

Search: Magnet Valley 25 Magnetic Sheets of 8″ x 10″ Adhesive for the Magnet Sheets.

 

 
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These treat bags are quick and easy to make. You can punch a hole and tie with the ribbon, but I used hidden thin magnets. The bag will hold four Hershey’s Kisses or a diamond ring.

Direct link to the magnets on Amazon

or search for “Basic Grey Magnetic Discs small”

I also show in the video how to make a cord with the Copper Metallic Thread.

Click here for the free detailed directions.

20151105_162523_resizedThese folded stars are so quick you could fill your home with them.

 

Directions with diagrams

 

 

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Clear Case Ink Refill openThis has got to be the very best way in the world to store ink refills!  Ten bottles fit perfectly in their color coordinated boxes in a wide (wood-mount) case.  A bit of Window Sheet makes a little shelf.

Go to Case Inserts for Supplies for the current inserts.

 

Here are all the directions.  Ink Refill Case

 

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Love this video from Stampin’ Up!

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Filter Paper, White                      Fringe Scissors                                 Sticky Strip

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Stampin’ Spritzer                     Ink Refills