The Tim Holtz distress inks are a favorite for most of us. Keeping them organized = using them more often.
Our Edna Buddy Bag will hold up to 19 of these ink pads.
Add a color chart and you’ve got a visible, accessible, and portable storage system.
A couple of tips:
If you like to store your inks upside down, label them upside down as well. (I didn’t do this, and now I wish I had.)
There are 3 downloadable color charts, the links are near the bottom of this post.
You can also place your Tim Holtz distress inks in the Edna bag horizontally.
This might be necessary depending on the where you will store the filled bag. If this is the case, you can store 15 ink pads, in 3 stacks of 5 and you’ll have a little room at the end for a couple of small ink bottles.
Use the links below to print color charts for your vertical Tim Holtz ink storage.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you’re using one (or more) or our Edna bags, I’d love to hear what you’ve got stored in them. Please leave a comment below.