5 ways to fill a Lois Tote

Lois is a flexible gal.  She works well on her own, but she’s a ROCK STAR when you combine her with your other Totally-Tiffany products.  Here are just a few of the products that will travel well in your Lois 2.0 Tote.

Take your tools easily!

The Ditto Tool Bag is one of our best sellers.  If you’re unfamiliar with the Ditto Bag, it has a handle in the top, making it easy to carry in your hand, but impossible to put over your shoulder.  The Lois Tote gives your Ditto Bag a should strap.  Just drop the Ditto into the Lois and you’re ready to go.

Perfect for Paper

Of course you can carry 12×12 paper in the Lois Tote.  I would recommend using the sturdy plastic Paper Managers.  The pull up handles make it easy to grab a single Paper Handler out of your Lois Tote. Holds up to 3.

The 12×12 Fab File can also be used with the Lois Tote – holds up to 4.

A loaded ScrapRack Spinder or 2, or 3…

A ScrapRack Spinder is a little wider than the Lois Tote, but because Lois is a flexible gal, she’ll be able to help your transport up to 4 Spinders.

Super for supply & punch packs!

If you’re using our punch and supply packs, the Lois is an ideal accessories.  The punch and supply packs come in a few different depths – 1″, 1.5″ and 2″, so depending on the bags you’re loading into Lois, you’ll be able to carry up to 6.

Rotating Design Boards, Buddy Bags, & big tools too!

You’ll be amazed at the roominess of the Lois Tote.  My 12×12 Scrapbooker’s Rotating Design Board, several Buddy Bags, my planner punch set, and even my Big Bite can all be packed into the Lois.  This is a great tote for a single project.  I tend to carry things back and forth from the studio at the office to the dining room table at home, Lois can carry everything I need for a single project.

Thanks for stopping by today to learn a bit more about the plethora of things you can carry in your Lois 2.0 Tote.

I’m sure you’ll come up with other uses and ideas.  I hope you’ll share them with me/us by using the comment box below.

Happy Crafting,

4 Responses to 5 ways to fill a Lois Tote

  1. I can see Lois will be a great way to make the tool seat cushion mobile also.

    Just fold the Pocket sides up over the cushion and slide into the Lois.

  2. I have several of the original Lois bags. Here are some of the ways I use them:
    1. Carry my Ditto filled with journaling supplies
    2 Hold a current project and supplies
    3. Carry items I take to work with me each day
    4. Filled with Buddy Bags with misc. Paper crafting supplies
    5. Holds my coloring supplies including a rotating board.

  3. :{ I sold my ditto tool bag I cannot tell you what a mistake it was. Silly rabbit… I never thought of a bag for it. oh well, Putting on my wish list again. I loved the ease that I could get my tools and how easy it was to put back. — vmnd

  4. These bags are GREAT! Last year my husband and I rented a vacation home for a month. I have 4 of these and used them to pack things for the trip. While there, I used them to carry groceries, used one for my drawing, coloring and other craft items. Used one for at the beach to keep things off the sand and being clear, you can see everything you have in them and there are pockets for your phone, keys, sunglasses and other smaller items and a larger pocket for my magazine. They also stand up nicely without falling over and fold flat while not in use. Will definitely be getting a couple more.

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