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    I keep all my eyelets, snaps and brads in jewelry size ziplock baggies. Then toss them into a drawer.

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    That's what I use for my loose ribbon and fibers...
    Works Great!

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    Senior Scrapper ziggyeor's Avatar
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    My friend gave me eylets in litte round ocntatiner in a metal box. The other ones I try to keep in the original packaging and are either in the little organzier I bought from JoAnn's or in a plastic box.

    Ziggy

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    ribbon I use the snack size zip lock bags to store odd pieces of ribbon. I have them seperated into three different rings. One for solid color, one for ribbon with designs and one for ribbon with words on it. I keep all my ribbon on rolls on a rack.

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    Senior Scrapper judyjay's Avatar
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    After reading on here about storing the ribbon in the small zip lock bags, I went & put all my scraps in them. My new shelves are the metal wire type they are putting in closets in new houses these days and have a hanging rod about 1 1/2" below the shelf. Since the rings will open up, I'm hanging my ribbons on the rod. I've got them grouped by color families & it really makes it a lot easier for me.
    Judy


    Check out my scrappy blog at http://scrap-a-doodlestamping.blogspot.com/

    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Phil. 4:13

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    I thought about using snack size ziplocs for brads and eyelets. Then I discovered jewelry size zip bags in the beading aisle at my WM. 97 cents for 100, and they came in 2 or 3 sizes, all smaller than snack. So I'm saving my snack bags for larger stuff (like snacks!)

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    Senior Scrapper socmagmom's Avatar
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    I love Judy's idea. I too have those kind of shelves that I have to get installed in the scraproom.
    Mickie


 

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