Craftroom Organisation – Embossing Paste Organiser

Thank you for joining me today for the 4th part of my Craftroom Organisation series.  You may have noticed by now that I’m really enjoying making my own storage solutions.

After making the holder for my 6″ DSP and Memories & More cards I needed something that would store everything I need when using my embossing paste.

I started with the holder for the masks, I have bought several Stampin’ Up! masks so I put them all together and measured them.  Some of the retired masks were slightly larger than the new Pattern Party Decorative Masks so I made the holder 6-1/4″ x 1″.  At the front of the holder I also wanted to store a Silicone Craft Sheet that I use when colouring the embossing paste with reinker.

 

 

I thought about making a box for the Palette Knives but when I put them in one of the spare boxes I have they kept sliding about which got annoying.  I came up with this holder which keeps them all together and they don’t slide about.  After taking photo’s of this holder I have also found out you can fit a couple of stylus in the gaps in between each palette knife.

 

 

Now I had to work out how I would be able to store everything else I may need.  I measured the pot of embossing paste, made the tray and adhered the holders for the palette knives and the 3″ x 3″ post-it note.  When I put everything in the tray the washi tape, glitter and small post-it-notes slid about so I made a square box for the Embossing Paste and that kept everything in it’s place.

 

 

The Embossing Paste Organiser fits perfectly with the holder I made to store my 6″ DSP and it’s coordinating Memories and More Cards.  If you missed the post for this click here.

 

 

The finished dimensions of the Embossing Paste Organiser are 6-1/4″ x 4-1/8″ and it holds:

  • Embossing Paste
  • Masks
  • Silicone Craft Sheet
  • Palette Knives
  • Post-It-Notes in various sizes
  • Washi Tape
  • Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter

 

 

I hope you have enjoyed todays post.  Would this be beneficial in your crafty space? Maybe you will make one too, if you do I would really like to see some photo’s of it.  You can add photo’s to my Facebook Page Lady Dee’s Craft Forum.

If you would like to see larger images of todays project please click on the images below.

Have yourself some crafting fun.

Dee x

 

 

The products for todays project are listed below.

Product List

*When designing a project or when I CASE a project I always use my cheap cardstock to make a prototype before making it with my Stampin’ Up! cardstock.   I do check the measurements I add to my blog posts but when typing lots of measurements mistakes can be made.  When making any project I recommend making it first with cheap cardstock before using your best cardstock.*

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