Summer Stamp Storage

Doesn't time fly.  I was going to enter this project for  'The Four Seasons' challenge over at Let's Craft and Create and just realised I've missed the deadline, the next challenge is up now - Tag It!  but I'm going to show you my stamp storgage box anyway.
I wasn't using my acrylic stamp sets very much because they were tidied away so well, in a file, in a cupboard, behind a chair - too much trouble to get them out each time I wanted to use them.  So, I needed a storage solution that could happily sit on my craft bench. 


I'm probably not the first one to discover that a soap powder tablet box is just the right size to hold 4 x 6 inch acrylic stamp sets.  Not sure if all soap powder boxes are the same size but this one is from Asda.  I haven't decorated the lid as I'm planning to cover some more and stack them.  I'm washing everything in sight now trying to empty another box ready to cover.  When I do I'll do a tutorial!

Pink Martini 12 x 12 Papers
Stampendous Alphabet Stamps
Stampin Up Hodge Podge Hardware

6 comments:

  1. This is fab Vicky, you are very organised :) wish I was that organised ... Lol :) xx

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  2. Gorgeous box, the colours are really fresh, those soap powder boxes are addictive, every room in my house has at least 2 and they're still multiplying, luckily I have a network of friends who buy the soap powder tablets and give me their boxes lol!

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  3. Such a clever idea Vicky, great upcycling and the perfect box to have on show!!

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  4. love it Vicky..what a great way to store those stamps TFS:) x

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  5. Great makeover! I used a catfood box myself as a punch holder! Jo x

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  6. A great storage solution Vicky - I also found that the Whiskas Cat Food boxes - the ones with the foiled food in them - are perfect for storing your A5 and square finished cards! I think I only got round to decorating one of those though!

    Love Lynda xxx

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