Just One Tip – Babywipes

Hi it’s Sharon here today and I’d like to share with you how I store my babywipes.

I found that when I left them in the original packaging they often dried out as the seal would become less effective with use.   You can buy plastic containers designed for baby wipes, but they were quite expensive.

I recently shared with you the Hobby Life plastic containers that I use to store my embossing powders and glitters, and I realised that the size of these would be perfect for baby wipes.  I used a 1.5L size as this is deep enough to hold two packs of wipes.

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The clip seal means that my wipes never dry out, and I keep the container handy on my desk so I can grab a wipe whenever I need one to clean my stamps or my inky hands.  If I ever leave the lid off while I’m working for a long time, I can just give them a spritz with a water mister and they are good as new!

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I got my containers from The Plastic Box Shop in the UK, but you can get similar boxes in any dollar store or DIY outlet.

Hope you’ve found my little tip useful!

 

Sharon

Storage Solution Roundup: Embellishments

A crafter without embellishments is like a library without books…it just can’t be.  The more embellishment’s collected the more your creativity to store them will have to kick in.  Practical is the name of the game for me when I am storing items.  If I have to expand I want to be able to match or find a similar item that will go along with my room decor.

Spice Rack Storage {Emmie-Lou Who}

http://emmielouwho.blogspot.com

Wooden Storage Box {EAB Deisigns}

http://eabdesigns.typepad.com

Cupcake Tray {I LuvVintage Scrap}

http://iluvvintagescrap.blogspot.com

Plastic Rounds {CEO Studio Solutions}

http://ceostudiosolutions.blogspot.com

Organization of embellishments are plentiful.  Are you inspired to get organized?