I’ve been setting up my new craft area here in the new house in NC. For those of you who have been in my FL stamp room (or you can see the old pics here) you know I’m an ‘everything out’ stamper. I have to SEE it out so I will use it.
I like slat wall to hold pegs so I can hang my most used framelits. I have clear slat wall bins to hold the rest and folders.
I wanted a rolling big shot station since I frequently may but out 50+ items at a time and I may want to roll it out to the tv, the sun or wherever!
I like that I can pick up the one end and roll it. All 4 wheels gets unsteady unless they lock. It holds 2 big shots, and I like 2 out so I don’t have to toggle back and forth between the magnetic plate and embossing folder platform.
It’s got 2 drawers to hold m extra plates and waxed paper, etc.
Lots of storage underneath for my dies and bag, too! For only 99.00, it does pretty good.
Now the SU specials of the week!
The sweetheart punch is a good deal this week if you don’t have that one. There are a few stamp sets it coordinates with like the You’re So Sweet (page 57) and Groovy Love (page 20)
My good friend Trish has always been a smarty pants and has fantastic ideas. She had this vision to invent ribbon holders and she had a tall wish list. Her husband, Steve, has the invention bug also and together they created the Ribbon Roll Control.
Since SU doesn’t carry ribbon holders anymore (and they didn’t work perfectly anyway, so I gave mine away when they retired) I was the first one on her sign up list to get a set!
Trish isn’t particularly fond of having her picture taken but I forced her…here she is in my stamp room where I have all my ribbon organized in her Ribbon Roll Control holders. We had a blast last week filming her first infomercial and Matt did a great job editing. In case you want to want to watch, here it is:
These organizers are crystal clear acrylic and assemble together with no glue! They aren’t meant to travel from place to place but you hang them on a wall, line them up on shelves or stack them in 3’s. Here is a side view stacked:
I have every roll of ribbon that SU currently has so I needed 5. I bought 6 (2 sets of 3) so I’d have an extra one for the Holiday catalog coming up and some retired ribbon that I use a lot. Right now SU has small rolls so I could have bought just the Petites but I wanted some of the larger Originals in case SU comes out with larger rolls later.
I’m so excited for Trish and Steve and their new adventure! If you want to get a set of these, you can go to www.ribbonrollcontrol.com
or if you just want to give her a cyber cheer and an ‘way to go girl!’ then you can email her at email@example.com I know it can be scary just starting out a new business but I believe she’s on to something good!
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