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Friday, October 14, 2011

Friday Tip of the day! ~ Episode 259

HAPPY HAPPY FRIDAY!!!;) Welcome to another "Friday Tip of the Day"! For today's tip, I wanted to show all of you this AWESOME holder my Dad built to house all 36 of my Tim Holtz distress inks! I told him what I wanted & it came out PERFECTO!!!;) My son used my label maker to label each of the inks for me so they can be easy to find! You can see in my video below how I store each foam applicator!


This is the PERFECT chart! I googled "Tim Holtz Distress Ink Chart"! It only had the name of each color, so my brother helped me out & put the colors on here for me w/each one of my tim holtz inks using a q-tip! Since all of my inks are labeled, now I can find ANY COLOR I want w/NO problem at all!:)

Here is a SUPER QUICK video for you today!;)

Thank you SOOO much for tuning in my sweet friends! Okay, a few things: Don't forget to join our Throwback Thursday challenge happening right now HERE because you ONLY have ONE Week to play! The cutoff is on Wed, Oct 19th @ midnight! I think you may want to play in this challenge because ONE Random LUCKY winner will win my entire new 11th Edition Release stamp set! I will announce the winner next Friday, Oct 21st in my video during the release & before the blog hop! I hope you have a FABULOUS weekend & I will see you ALL back here on Monday, Oct 17th for our First Sneaky Peek!!!;) xoxo's

26 comments:

  1. I like this. in process of making my room an easier process of seeing it all! love your tips Doris
    parkernana5 at cox dot net

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  2. great storage solution !your dad did a awesome job.

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  3. Love it, Your dad rocks!!! Thanks for showing us! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  4. someone is a LUCKY girl!!! he should sell them :)

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  6. What a great tip! I reposted my comment, I was having computer issues! Your dad is amazing....I am so going to show my hubby!

    Linda

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  7. Such a wonderful handy Dad :D So lucky to have his help...great tip...thanks!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  8. Your dad is so awesome! Don't ya just love organzing?? I could probably spend more time in my room organizing than creating sometimes LOL....love the tip with the velcro...thx for that!

    hugs
    Cassandra

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  9. You are very blessed to have such an awesome family. hugs

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  10. This is awesome! What a great idea with the chart too! I bet that's a time saver!

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  11. Super cool Emma! I heart anything organized! You should keep your stamp pads upside down, then when you go to use them they are nice and inky! :)

    Ruthie :)

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  12. What a wonderful and creative dad you have!!! He did a great job on your Distress Ink Pad storage system!!! You are a very lucky lady!!! I also keep mine stored upside down...Have a great weekend!!! TFS
    hugs,
    joni

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  13. I love your ink storage and would love to have something like that. I keep looking at yard sales and hope to get lucky one day.

    Lisa Scrappingpinklady

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  14. Wow that is great Emma! I wish I had a handy man. I don' have that many inks so it is OK. I love how your whole family helps out. That is wonderful!
    Have a wonderful weekend! I am looking forward to the new release.
    Hugs,
    Linda

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  15. Love the velcro on the bottom idea! I printed labels in my ink jet printer, then used the inks on the edge of the labels, so as I am looking at the stack I can see the color as well as the name.
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    -Kemma

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  16. Emma you are bless in so many way.you have a wonderful family.i will br buying my first stamp from you in about week
    have a great weekend

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  17. AWESOME tips. I love the sponge applicators on the bottom. So perfect!!! And awesome job to your Dad on making this so perfect for you! AMAZING! Thanks for the tips. Hugs- Glora

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  18. Awesome indeed, you are so blessed to have such a talented dad and helpful son as well. Cuddos to both of them and you for sharing your/you alls creation!!!!

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  19. Thanks for the Tim Holtz stamp list with the colors. I printed it out, highlighted the ones I have and put the list in my purse. This will be great when I am out and about and can't remember the specific shade I have.
    Thank you for putting it together. Love your stamp holder. Your dad is creative as you are. kgrin

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  20. LOVE this idea! Your dad did a great job! Love that chart, I will definitely be looking for it!

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  21. You're so lucky to have a handy dandy Dad so close!!! Mine is 3000 miles away :( & I DON'T have a handy dandy Hubby! ;) This is the perfect idea for holding all the ink pads as well as the foam thingy, your dad & your son did a fabulous job!
    Looking forward to Monday!!!
    Puppy Hugs!

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  22. What a brilliant way to store all of your ink pads and what a very handy dad you have.
    Kim xXx

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  23. What a great idea. mind sharing your receipe for the tower? my dad is handy and was trying to explain what i wanted but he thinks the tower will be too top heavy. great idea for velcro on bottom. thanks for sharing. punkinlowe@hotmail.com

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