Close to My Heart, Organizing, Organizing Re-Inker Bottles, Workspace Wonder

My Organized Craft Room

Reorganize those Re-Inkers

“A Place For Everything and Everything In Its Place” (Mary Poppins) is my craft room motto. I am rather meticulous about knowing what I have, where it is, and where it goes. Part of this is an OCD issue, but mostly, I blame it on my inner “lazy crafter” – I hate spending time searching for stuff I know I already have.  Hence the reason behind my new monthly blog posts featuring My Organized Craftroom.  Each month, I am going to showcase some traditional and non-traditional ways to organize your crafting collection.

This week, we are going to tackle our Bottles of Re-Inker. 

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Many of you have a few 1-oz bottles of Exclusive Re-Inkers  in your collection (or bottles like this) and some of you have them stashed in various locations throughout your craft space. You might have a few “doubles” or even “triples” of a particular color.  Let’s start by first recording what you have on this wonderful chart created by Close to My Heart.  MissCarriesCreations-InksChart

Now, it’s time to organize. There are some great traditional products designed specifically for these little bottles, but I am particularly fond of the Workspace Wonder organizers for my desktop. If you’re limited on space, the Workspace Wonder Carousel is a great option for storing your ink pads and re-inkers.  The Top & Base are used in conjunction with the Stamp Pad Stack (or Marker Stack) and your Re-Inkers sit on top. MissCarriesCreations-ReinkerOrganize-Carousel

If you have a little more space on your desktop, you can invest in some stacking trays and place your Re-Inkers into any of the Workspace Wonder Trays. Here, I have mine placed in the Medium Tray atop of a Large Tray. Depending on the size of your collection, you could also chose the Medium Stack, Mini Tray, or Small Tray.

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Now, let’s look at a few non-traditional ways of organizing. As an avid collector of random things, I find that my craftroom is filled with re-purposed, non-traditional organizers like this Tiered Tray I found.  As my collection grew, I found that I needed a  larger space to place my Re-Inkers and happened upon this spice rack that now holds all of the bottles in one location with space for more.

Need a portable solution? Many of you might not have a designated craft space, or you spend most of your time traveling from crop to crop crafting with friends. Our Mini-Stamp Organizer is the perfect solution. This box comes with a set of removable dividers. I will warn you that it is a tight fit when you close the lid, but I like how it prevents the bottles from tipping over in the box.

Are you ready to start organizing those little bottles of color? I hope today’s post has inspired you to Reorganize your Re-Inkers and create a designated space for your collection. If you would like to learn more about each of these products, please feel free to visit my website, or contact me by commenting below.

♥ I can’t wait to see what you create!

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