Author Archives: Tiffany Spaulding

What can you stash in our Stash & Store boxes?

The Stash and Store product line consists of 3 box designs.  These boxes are dimensionalized so 3 of them will fill a cube.  They work with the IKEA Kallax & Expedit, as well as working with the standard craft store cubes that are available at Hobby Lobby and Joann.  You can mix and match the 3, or use 3 of the same – whatever is best for your supply stash.  This week, when you buy 3 Stash and Store boxes you'll save 25% - Learn More.

Designed for craft paints, sprays, glitter glue, and more.

This box has 3 small drawers on top, 2 in the middle and 2 on the bottom. Each section is designed around common craft supplies. Ideal for small bottles - glitter glues, paints, and sprays.

Stash and Store 7-Drawer Case

The 3 top drawers are 1" wide and 2.75" tall.  Ideal for things like baker's twine, re-inkers, glitter glue, & the tic-tac sized boxes filled with shaker filler from Queen & Co.

The middle drawers are slightly wider than the top drawers with a little more height as well. They will accommodate supplies that are 1.75” wide and up to 3.25” tall. I filled these with glitter bottles, dauber inks, glitter, and self-inking stamps.

The bottom drawers are the same width as the middle drawers, but give you a bit more height to accommodate things like paints and sprays. They are 1.75” wide and 5” tall.

The 3 drawer box is ideal for ribbon storage.

The top 2 sections are the same size, and accommodate standard  3.25" spools of craft ribbon from Michael’s, JoAnn or Hobby Lobby.

The bottom section is a little taller, so bigger spools of ribbon up to 4" will fit comfortably.

Consider sorting your ribbon into the 3 drawer box following the 4 Section System – no need to include section 1 (alphabets and numbers), but sections 2, 3, & 4 (themes, holidays, and the rainbow), are perfect for ribbon organization.

The 5 drawer box came into being because I’m a WASHI TAPE ADDICT!!! I’m not ashamed to admit it, and I’ve got no intention of getting help. I love washi tape so much, I usually have multiple rolls of it in my purse or computer bag.

The 5 drawer box will hold over 100 rolls of washi, but it will also hold countless other items.

So, I think the real question is - What CAN'T you store in our Stash & Store boxes?

This week when you buy 3 Stash and Store boxes, you'll save 25% - Learn more.

Thanks so much for stopping by today to learn a little bit about what to store in our Stash and Store boxes. If you’re already using these or plan on using them for something else, I hope you’ll take a moment to share your ideas in the comment box below.
Happy Crafting,

Totally-Tiffany initial - get organized with me.

Create a craft supply color catalog

Knowing what you’ve got, and where to find it, can make the difference between being joyfully creative and creatively frustrated. One way to avoid being frustrated and maximize the use of what you’ve got is to create a catalog of your supplies. This is obvious for things like dies, stamps, and punches, but you can… Continue Reading

Why the Double-Sided Stamp, Store and Go bag is the perfect solution for wood-mounted stamps.

There is one caveat to the title of this post – “when you don’t have space to put your wood stamps on display” – but that would have made the title just a little too long. The Double-Sided Stamp, Store, and Go bag has been part of our EZ2Organize product line for a couple of… Continue Reading

5 ways to use the Double-Sided Stamp Bag

Maybe I should have titled this post 5 OTHER ways to use the Double Sided Stamp bag.  This bag is a perfect tool for organizing wood-mounted stamps, but it can also be used for so many other things. It’s compact, it’s portable, it’s see-through, it’s lightweight, it’s in-expensive…I could go on, but instead, let me… Continue Reading

History of our Fab File Organizer product line.

If you’ve listened to me long enough you’ve heard me say – “If it’s easy, it gets done/used – if it’s difficult it doesn’t.”  Our lives are so busy that keeping things easy is mandatory.  That could mean easy to access, easy to see, easy to take with you… One of biggest reasons that Fab… Continue Reading

5 Ways to use the EZ2Organize Karen Buddy Bag

Like so many of our products, the Karen Buddy Bag can be used for a variety of craft storage options. Card Blanks & Envelopes If you’re a card maker, I’m sure you’ll appreciate the KBB for dies and stamps, but you might also want to consider it for storing and organizing your larger card blanks… Continue Reading

Die & Stamp Organization with Karen

One of the biggest challenges with designing organization products, is that in most situations there is no “one size fits all” solution.  I try to make products versatile, to work at home and on the go, and to work for “gottalittles” as well as “gottalots”. The EZ2Organize product line is one of our most versatile – and popular… Continue Reading

3 Reasons to LOVE our 1.5″ Punch Pack

Our Stamp and Punch Packs are part of our EZ2Organize Product line. They come in 4 designs.  I’m sure you’ll love all of them, but this week we’re featuring the 1.5″ Punch Pack.   This great little storage tool has many redeeming qualities, but I’m just going to mention 3 of them. #1 They’re CLEAR That… Continue Reading

8 Places to use your Rotating Design Board

There are so many great ways to use the Rotating Design Board – and there are so many PLACES you can use it too! At the table. In your favorite recliner. Coloring in bed. In the Garage The Rotating Design Board is designed to be used everywhere.  The construction is solid, providing the perfect resistance… Continue Reading

“Rotating Design Board – Where have you been all my life?” Jen Evans

Many of you know Jen Evans @CreateOften.  She’s done several posts on her blog about our product line.  She sent me a link this morning to her most recent post and a cool little video about the Rotating Design Board. Visit Jen’s blog to see more pics and read her full post. Shop for your… Continue Reading

11 ways to use your Rotating Design Board

You can use your Rotating Design Board for so many different projects! Here are just a few ideas. Adult Coloring Dot to Dot Stamping and Card Making Spray Painting – easy! Decoupage Projects Floral Arranging, Cake Decorating Color by Number TH Distress Crayons Coloring Projects Zentangle Small Painting Projects Ditto Bag Holder These are just… Continue Reading

Mini-Grid Shelving System – designed to hold extra Spinders, video version

See the Mini-Grid shelving system at work in this short video. Building your mini-grid shelving system is easy.  Everything  you need can be ordered from Store Supply.com. You’ll love how easy it is to customize these panels. Please feel free to leave comments and questions below. Thanks for stopping by, Be kind and share! If… Continue Reading

Use a Grid Shelving System to store extra Spinders

Do you have more Spinders than base space on your ScrapRack?  If so, an inexpensive Grid Shelving System could be the perfect solution. There are a few really great things about this type of system; it’s inexpensive, it’s customizable, it’s lightweight, and it can be used just about anywhere you need a little extra storage.… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Time, Money, Space, and Time

I’m sure there are some of you out there, that have unlimited space, time and money.  But for most of us, managing those resources wisely is an important part of our lives. I know the ScrapRack is an investment, but it will truly help you manage your other resources. Money There are 3 big ways to… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Project Planning Simplified

Sometimes pre-planning your projects makes the most sense.  Pre-planned projects keep you focused on a specific task and are easy to move around, especially if you’re travelling. If pre-planning is something you like to do or WOULD like to do, a ScrapRack can really simplify the process. Maximize your project planning by using our Expanding… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – You’ll be crafty in so many more ways.

If you enjoy crafting, it’s not just card making or scrapbooking that you enjoy, it’s the act of being creative.  When your supplies are organized in a ScrapRack you’ll find that you’re more creative in more ways. You may just make wine tags for the glasses of your guests, or you may find yourself creating… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Sharing papercrafting supplies is simple.

Whether you’re crafting with your kids, your mom, or your girlfriends, we all like to share our supplies.  If you share your supplies, you definitely need a ScrapRack, AND you need it organized in the 4 Section System. Imagine your girlfriend asks you for a Halloween brad, you’re response, “Go to my ScrapRack, look under the… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: The best way to remove Spinders from your ScrapRack.

Removing Spinders from a ScrapRack The videos below gives a quick demonstration of how to remove Spinders from your ScrapRack. The ScrapRack in the first video is empty (no pages or dividers). The ScrapRack in the second video is loaded with pages and dividers. Thanks for stopping by to read today’s ScrapRack User Tip.  I’ll… Continue Reading

ScrapRack User – Tip of the Day: Use Ring Binder Insert Strips to add things to your ScrapRack.

If you’ve got product information, project ideas, or magazine clippings you want to keep with your craft supplies, consider adding them to your ScrapRack using Ring Binder Insert Strips. These simple clear plastic tabs have holes down one side and an adhesive strip down the other. Peel back the wax paper to expose the adhesive and stick… Continue Reading

Why you need a Scraprack – Those boxes and bags aren’t going to put themselves away.

Do you have bags from your local craft store, boxes from your favorite shopping channel or online retailer, tucked into a corner or the closet of your craft room? One of the biggest reasons new stuff doesn’t get put away – you’re not sure where to put it.  If the decision about where to put you’re new stuff or… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack. The ScrapRack organizes the most stuff in the smallest amount of space.

Don’t get buried beneath containers of supplies. Get your products into ScrapRack and you’ll have more space to craft! It’s simple, really, would you rather dig through a box of stickers, or flip through sections in your ScrapRack. Thanks for stopping by today! Continue Reading

Why do you need a ScrapRack? You’ll use more of your supplies on each project you create.

When it comes to creating projects – scrapbook pages, cards, mixed media or home décor – you generally rely on your memory for product selection. This means, if you didn’t think about it, you’re not looking for it, and therefore you’re probably not using it. When you use a ScrapRack and organize with the 4-Section System, you’ll… Continue Reading

Why do you need a ScrapRack? Cleaning up after creating is a breeze!

When you finish a project is there a pile of supplies at the edge of your work table? Does that pile of supplies get a little bigger each time you craft? One of the best things about using a ScrapRack is that cleaning up is fast and easy. If you’re ready to enjoy your crafting… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Use small zip lock type baggies for small stuff.

  Use small baggies for embellishments. Small embellishments like buttons, brads, and eyelets are the perfect type of supply to store in your ScrapRack page pockets.  To make it easier to get them in and out of the pockets use small ziplock type baggies. Small baggies are available on our website in both 2×2 and… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Organize your stencils in your ScrapRack.

Organize stencils in your ScrapRack. Yes, you can store your stencils/mascils in your ScrapRack. Most of these items are 12×12″ or 6×6″ so the SuperSized Single page or the Fabulous Four page are perfect choices. In the far right image above, I stored a full set of 4×6 alphabet stencils in the Perfect Six page, which has six 4×6″ pockets.… Continue Reading