Do you stamp a little or stamp a lot? Stamp at home or stamp away? Always use the same brand of ink or like to mix it up?
Whatever the case may be, our Buddy Bags might just be the perfect solution for your ink pad storage. They’re clear, lightweight and inexpensive.
There are many different brands of ink pads, but many are similar in size. Here are the best Buddy Bag options for each of the most popular sizes.
1 – Leanne Buddy Bag
Stephanie Barnard, Colorbox, Catherine Pooler, and Fun Stamper’s Journey
These are all similar in size. If you’ve own lots of a single brand, or a mix of all of these brands, try the Leanne Buddy Bag. She’s big and roomy, so she’ll hold up to 30 ink pads.
Quick Quotes – The Leanne Bag will hold up to 50 Quick Quotes ink pads.
2 – Edna Buddy Bag
Tim Holtz Distress or Oxide Inks
These square ink pads stack together nicely. Our Edna Buddy Bag will hold 19 of them. Here’s a tip – if you like to label your TH inks on the edges like I do, put the label on them upside down. That way, when you store them, the label will actually be right side up. Stand the Edna bag up on its end to store your inks flat.
Quick Quotes Powder Puff Ins
Edna is a great solution for these as well. She’ll hold 24-30 QQPP inks.
3 – Sue Buddy Bag
Stampin’ UP Ink pads
Stampin’ Up ink pads are some of the largest in the industry. The Sue Buddy Bag will hold 10 SU ink pads.
Close to my heart – magnetic ink pads
5 – Shelly Buddy Bag
Small ink pads like Memento Tear Drop and TH Distress minis.
This little bag is a powerhouse for small ink pad storage. Shelly will hold 18 teardrops, 22 TH Distress minis, and 18 cat eye inks.
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