Hi everyone! Today the MFT DT is sharing how we manage our tools. My photos are not neat or pretty, but I did straighten things as much as possible.
My main storage unit is a round-about I purchased from Michaels quite a while ago. In it I store four scissors, an assortment of foam dots and squares, sanding block, extra acrylic blocks, a mini-stapler, glue pens, piercing tool, kraft knife and my Stamp-a-ma-jig. On the side, I hang tweezers and pliers. I have a small jar in one compartment where I keep a few pens and pencils, and on those I hang two rolls of foam tape. There are also a few drawers where I place small miscellaneous “things.”
To the left of my stamp table I have this very unique tea cup in which I keep a couple of Wink of Stella glitter brushes, a small paint brush, steel nips (for cutting apart dies), a water brush, my QuickStik Pick-Up tool, a Tool n’ One, a spritzing tool, Fantastix and a tab of large sewing needles. In front of the cup is my valued powder tool along with low tack adhesives. Are you snickering because the cup looks so ordinary? It isn’t.
It’s a stamping tea cup. In case you spill your tea, you can stamp your napkin…or whatever. (Hee, hee) I received a set of two, long ago, from a friend. Each has a different design on the bottom. I have no idea who makes them or where she found them. But they’re pretty neat.
On the left side of my stamp table, I have a container of wipes, on which I keep my stamp press. And to the left of that and behind just a bit is my Vagabond. Behind my Copics and next to my Vagabond is a stack of extra die-cutting plates, embossing pads and a metal shim. Barely visible to the right is my iHome portable speaker which I love.
Below my table, I keep additional paper trimmers, a Scor Pal, my Crop-a-dile and Corner Chomper.
And lastly, I keep my heat gun on my window sill which is just to the left of where I work.
None of my tool storage is fancy, but it’s definitely functionable and I suppose that’s what matters most.
Check out the MFT Blog for links to participating DT sharing their taming of the tools. Thanks for stopping by!