Join me as I share my Ink Pads & Blends Organization. Organization is such a key component of design and card-making as a whole. For me, if I do not have my products in an organized, easy-to-find place, I cannot produce my best work. Getting new products and finding a good way to display them for visual appeal and function is an integral part of the creative process. Today, I will talk about my Stampin’ Up! Ink Pads & Blends.
I have been discussing Organization all week and helping you as best I can to see how I store things in my Stamping Studio. I will put links for the things I use to hold my products in case you are interested in finding them easily. Thank you for coming back each day this week to see more! I am so grateful for every single one of you.
Today I will focus on Ink Pads & Blends storage. I love vibrant colors and I love to color! Stampin’ Up!’s Ink Pads and Blends in my favorite colors make me so happy. The thing that Stampin’ Up! is most known for is its color coordination and Ink Pads & Blends are at the heart of that.
Ink Pads Labeling & Organization
Here is a quick video about what I do with new Ink Pads as they arrive in my Stamp Studio. I take off the wrappers and get to the color labels and add them in three distinct places. Watch the video below to see how that works. This process helps me so much in my daily stamping and designing of projects.
In the photos above, I am showing you how I store my ink pads. I use Stampin’ Up!’s storage holders for the inkpads and Stampin’ Write Markers. Placing my ink pads in color families in the order that they are located in our catalog is what works for me. I think they do such a wonderful job providing a lovely color order per color family. It is pleasing to my eyes. Color order though is a very personal choice and you may disagree with me and wish to put your ink pads in rainbow order. And that is okay. I like to celebrate the differences in others, so go ahead and ‘you do you’!
Stampin’ Blends Organization
I love to color with Stampin’ Blends. The rich color and smoothness of the alcohol marker make you seem like a “real artist”. I have slowly been building my collection to encompass every color. In this picture above, you will see all the colors that Stampin’ Blends come in. I even added the new Core Colors and brand new 2023-2025 In Colors right before I took this picture.
When I first started buying alcohol markers like Stampin’ Up!’s Blends, I randomly came across these clearance holders in black. I bought a few boxes and started putting my Blends in them. But I soon ran out of room. I had to pivot and started buying Stampin’ Blends holders from Stampin’ Up!. Those sit above my ink pads and they house my retired colors of blends, the ones I don’t reach for everyday designing projects for all of you. But I do show them love, when I make things for family and friends, for holidays and birthdays. Even though I forgot to take a picture of them for you, you can see them peeking out in the third picture of my ink pads above.
Above, I am attaching a copy of my YouTube live stream that took place on Tuesday, April 12, 2023. It shows all of my organizers. I will be sharing them with you one at a time in these blog posts. I hope you will join me next week for another live stream on YouTube. They happen every Tuesday night at 8 pm EST on my YouTube Channel. Below is my Organizing New Dies video.
I would like to share with you the products used to organize the ink pads and blends portion of my Stamping Studio.
Product InfoStorage by Stampin’ Up! Product List
I hope you enjoyed the glimpses into the organized areas of my Stamp Studio. If you would also like to view yesterday’s blog post on Punches organization, click here.
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In January, I will be having a CARD Fiesta Class on the 13th and 27th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at a local Mexican Restaurant. Come socialize with other stampers, eat Mexican food, and stamp some cards. There will be a variety of cards for you to make each session. Feel free to invite a friend. For details to attend, contact me. I would love to connect with you there.
This year I also instituted a Kit-Together on the first Friday of the month at 7 pm EST. This month’s gathering will be on the 1st of December and January’s will be on the 5th. Contact me if you would like to attend. Bring a Kit to work on. Feel free also to bring a friend. You can order one from my online store search under Kit Collection, or I have a few kits on hand that you can get cash and carry. I hope you will attend.
Also, I will have our Paper Pumpkin Procrastinators Group meet on the last Friday of the month also at 7 pm EST. This month’s gathering is on the 29th of December and January’s will be on the 26th. That is my way of ensuring that all my subscribers get their kits done every month.
Also, I live stream on YouTube on Tuesday nights at 8 PM EST and on Thursday afternoons at 1 PM EST. Replays are also available if these times do not work for you. I also have plenty of video content for you on my YouTube channel to stream at your leisure, so keep going there for more video instruction.
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