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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  1. Oh, my goodness, Bev! I have been storing my refills for almost 10 years in a DISHPAN! You know that means I have to touch every single one of them every single time I want to use one. I think you’ve changed my life today. I’ll go to your store today and buy some wide, full boxes.
    *Do you have case inserts and labels available for retired colors?
    I also watched your Evernote video. It had seemed too complex until you explained it.
    *I would love to share your notebooks.
    You have a new friend in me!

    • BevAdamsStamps

      I’m so glad you’ll be able to get those little bottles out of the dishpan! Thank you for your order. You should receive your products in just a few days.

      I don’t have inserts for retired refills, but I do have a blank insert available. Click on Getting Organized, look down the list and click on the Wood mount cases, then look for the Blank inserts. If you have enough for a dishpan, you might want to sort them by color families. If you have the coordinating card stock, make your little boxes with that. If not, just use one light color (perhaps our new Thick Whisper White) to make them. You could stamp the color as well as write the name of the color on the boxes. It should be very easy to find what you need.

      I have sent the invitations for Evernote. Let me know if you need any help. And I’m always glad to have a new friend. 🙂

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