Paper Pumpkin Ink Spot Storage Idea

 

www.CreateWithTerriGaines.comToday I’m going to share how I store my Ink Spots from my monthly Paper Pumpkin kits. I created tubes with the Window Sheets and place them inside the Stamp Cases for wood stamp sets. 

 

 

 

 

 

The spine of the case is decorated with my NEW favorite Designer Series Paper… Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper.  It’s in the new 2018 – 2019 Annual Stampin’ Up! catalog! 

 

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Supplies:
Cardstock / Paper:  Favorite Designer Series Paper ,  Window Sheets (142314)
Tools / Misc: Stamp Cases – Full Wide (127551 – 4 per package ), Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334), 1-1/4 Circle Punch (119861), 1″ Circle Punch (119868), Tear & Tape Adhesive (138995), Bone Folder (102300)

 

Measurements:
Favorite Designer Series Paper:  2-3/4 x 7 score at 3/4 & 2
♥ Window Sheets: 5 x 7 (3 – three) score at 3/4, 2-1/8, 2-7/8 & 4-1/4
♥ Whisper White: Print & punch with 1″ Circle Punch 
Basic Black: Scraps for 1-1/4″ Circle Punch
 

Instructions:

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1.   Insert scored Designer Paper between case and plastic cover.  Add label of your choice before inserting.  I printed ‘Ink Spots’ on Whisper White Cardstock, punched with 1″ Circle Punch, layered on 1-1/4″ Basic Black Circle and adhered to designer paper.

 

2.   Fold all score lines window sheet (5 x 7 scored at 3/4, 2-1/8, 2-7/8 & 4-1/4) to be mountain folds.

 

3.   Apply two stripes of www.CreateWithTerriGaines.comTear & Tape Adhesive to 3/4″ tab (on mountain fold side). Remove adhesive backing and adhere end tabs together to create tub for ink spots.

 

 

4.   Repeat steps 2 & 3 to create two more tubs.

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Tips:

♥ Store your Ink Spots upside down to keep the ink to the surface of the pad. Note: If you have an Ink Spot with ink dripping in the cover store upright.

♥ Having the Designer Series Paper only on the spine allows you to see the colors in the case.www.CreateWithTerriGaines.com

♥ I use the same design/color of Designer Series Paper for my Ink Spots so at quick glance I know which cases I have my Ink Spots in. 

♥ The Stamp Cases are great for storing other stamping tools & embellishments… use different Designer Series Paper for all your storage needs… Great way to show case your favorite Designer Series Paper and decorate your stamp room!

 

 

 

 

 

Check out my video below for assembly tips .

Note: My videos are unedited and may contain bloopers (misspoken words or technical errors).

 

 

Hope you enjoy creating with me!

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Supplies for this project:    (click product image(s) below to shop on-line)

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Awesome. So great to see you doing videos, etc. Thank you as always for sharing!

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