A Quick Storage Tip for Distress Inks and Sponges

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A Quick Storage Tip for Distress Inks and Sponges


I used to pile all those little sponges in a drawer. All together. Just smashed on top of each other.

That was all well and good…for a while. I used a pink sponge for all the pinks. A green sponge for all the greens.

But when I used a blue-green after a yellow-green, well, things got muddy.

So I slapped some velcro on the bottom of the pads and WHUT!?

The sponges just stick to the bottom of the pad and everyone is happy now!

If you have storage tips to share, leave a comment!  You all are a WEALTH of information and we have so much to learn from each other.

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  • Lisa Harrolle June 4, 2015, 3:17 pm

    Hey Catherine, I store my little blending pads like that too! It works great! I started storing them this way with my distress mini pads and they fit perfectly onto the back. Now almost all of my stamp pads have their own little pad.

  • Ann Hall June 12, 2015, 3:45 pm

    I love those cards. You have inspired me to make some

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