Storage by Stampin’ Up!®
I posted about this earlier, but I wanted to remind you. Storage by Stampin’ Up!® is available to purchase now. I ordered mine Monday and I can’t wait for it to get here. Whether your craft area is a small corner, your kitchen or dining room table, or an entire room, you can organize and customize your space your way. Purchase as much or as little as you need. I ordered 10 of the stamp pad/marker units, because I have all the Classic Stampin’ Pads and Stampin’ Write Markers. Note: The old Classic Stampin’ Pads do not fit in the units. That’s important to know! I also ordered two (I think) of the Stampin’ Blends units, because I have all the Stampin’ Blends. And, of course, I ordered two of the open lids, because I have all the ink refills.
I’ll be bringing at least some of my storage units to classes this month so you can see them in person if you’re local to me. And my video next week will highlight the units. I know there are already videos out there, but, if you’re like me, you have questions. So I’ll try to answer some of the questions with the video. It will probably not be on Monday since I won’t have an opportunity to film this weekend because of my concert schedule. I also won’t have the units until at least Wednesday. I hope they’re here by then; I leave Thursday for Stampin’ Up!® OnStage in Charlotte, NC. I’ll check the order status and decide what the video will be next week.
I love having my stamp pads on my stamp table, but I’ll see how much room they take up and how much space I have. Then I’ll show you what I’ve done. Since Mike & I are empty nesters, I have a whole room for crafting, so I have lots of room. Well, I say I have lots of room. It’s amazing how easily it gets taken up! But I remember my early days, when all my craft supplies fit in one or two big storage tins in the dining room. Then Mike and the boys created a stamping area for me in the furnace room while I was at a Stampin’ Up!® Convention. That was my favorite space, because it was created by my guys! And it was definitely a love gift, because that was Mike’s work area before he gave it up. Although…I had be using the desk in the family room, so he got that instead. He may have had an ulterior motive. But maybe not. He probably just wanted to have the dining room table back for dinner. Surprise! That’s my “desk” now, so at least 1/3 of the table is taken up with catalogs, samples, and my laptop. But, seriously, how much room do two people need for dinner, right?
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