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    craftysprinkles
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      I'm not sure if anyone has asked this question before but. . . how do you store your Tim Holtz Distress Inks. I use rubber bands to keep them closed but they are just stacked in a container, ready to topple over, and I have to sort through all of them looking for the one I need. As my collection grows , the problem gets worse!
      Any suggestions?

      #140901

      Mine are stacked as well, on a shelf. I don't have a special way to store them either. I wish I did.

      #140902

      I keep mine in a plastic container, stacked by like the blues together, greens and so on and then when I am not using them I can shut them and lock the container and move it if I want!

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      craftysprinkles
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        Check out the Scrappy Spaces Forum, under a thread called Distress Inks started by Rae. Amber has a brilliant system (with pictures)! She is the organization queen. I want to do a fieldtrip to her house.

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        Snagg1
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          I keep mine all stacked up and in a drawer, but I don't have rubber bands around them.

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          craftysprinkles
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            Thanks ladies. Jackie, I will pop over and check out Amber's storage solution.

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            Krissy
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              Mine are stacked by color as well on a shelf, I used my label maker to put the name on the side so i don't have to rummage throughout them

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              Krissy
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                Oh Jackie, you're soo sweet! If you're ever in Vegas you are always welcome! That is, if I could peel you away from the Strip…

                #140907

                Mine are in a stack, and I have colored a bit of paper that I have glued to one side, so that I easy see the one I want.. (and of course one stack for browns, one for reds and so on)

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