Thursday, February 2, 2012

Counterfeit Kit Storage Options

Last month one of our fellow counterfeiters asked the questions, "How do you guys store the kits until you are ready to use them? Anyone have any photos for examples? Thanks!"

Here are some of the examples I found for Counterfeit Kit storage...

Our Guest Desinger this month stores hers like this
Brenda's Kit Storage

I keep mine in the clear plastic 12x12 storage envelopes (I get them a the Dollar Tree, or at Michael's when they are on sale).  When I run ou of those, I use 2 gallon Zip Lock storage bags (which I also find at  my Dollar Tree or Wal Mart)  Then I keep all of my envelopes in a storage bin.

Lisa keeps hers in pizza boxes that are larger than 12"x12"---great idea!!!

Studio Calico has some great options pictured on their blog, including Iris Cases and a stacking drawer system.


  1. I vary my storage according to how dimensional the embellies are - old pizza boxes (the ones that on-line supplies come in rather than the ones that my 4 seasons pizza came in!) are great as you can store a lot in them. If the kits is mostly paper with a few ribbons & journalling spots then a 12x12 zip-lock bag is OK but a plastic 12x12 paper storage box is better for taking to crops.

  2. my pile of boxes is getting a bit out of control at the moment - i plan to work through some of them this month while I am LOADing ;-) the good thing about the boxes is that they stack really easily and it's all about the recyling ;-) but I'm heading over to SC to see what you have linked there. (always open to new ideas!)

  3. I really like the idea of a 2 gal zip lock storage bag. I'll have to see if I can find them at my Dollar Tree.