I love being able to find all of my supplies. I especially love knowing what ink colors I own so that I can find them quickly. How about you?
The best way that I found to keep track of my ink colors is to swatch them and keep them all together. Jennifer McGuire came up with this idea (because she is a genius) and I love it. I created my own ink company downloads for you.
I have also created 2 videos for you –
How I organize my inks in coin pocket holders. This video will show you how I cut out and stamp swatches – assembly line style.
Tips & Tricks for cutting the Ink Swatch sheets.
You ‘How to swatch ink pads' swatching video is below.
BONUS video included – this video will gives you Tips & Tricks for cutting out the ink swatch sheets.
Left: Pile of swatch cards after stamping the colors Right: Sorting the cards into color families
I keep my mini ink pads in trays from OrganizeMore. The dots on the blue inks are the little swatches that I made for the minis – I am in the process of redoing all of my inks. I stamp with a solid stamp and punch out with a 1/2” circle punch.
Check out this video. It will show you how to swatch your mini ink pads.
Wall unit full of inks 🙂
Don’t you just love the inks with the swatches on the left? It makes my heart sooooo happy!!
My inks are kept in holders from Stamp-n-Storage. The one on the left is the slim ink pad holder. The one on the right is the Distress Ink holder. They come in many sizes. I painted them white.
You too can have a happy heart – get your FREE downloads below!
There are 2 other Organization posts and videos for you –
Watch the Tips & Tricks for cutting the downloads sheets (2 minute video) to save you time.
If you should find any mistakes please let me know. I will fix them and send you the updated file, Also, if you know that a company has released new ink pads let me know that too….I will definitely update these for you.
Thanks – I sure hope this helps you.
Here are all the products I used for my Ink Swatches: