It all started very innocently. I've always loved anything shiny or bright, so of course, I've always loved glitter glues.
So I had this "drawer" of them.
My Glitter Glue Collection
Then I learned of Stickles. "What's the big deal," I asked. Very big deal I learned. These are best glitter glues ever! I think I've tried enough brands to say that, too. These are the best for fine detail work, they won't spread out like other brands and they even dry faster! What more could anyone want from them?
Well, a good storage system. So I then used plaster in this plastic case since I prefer my Stickles stored upside down.
Stickles container 2
Still, it didn't work for me. I didn't like the case. Didn't hold my overflow. So I was storing my Stickles in 2 places.
So I tried the acrylic frame thing. I had two and some Velcro. Well, my Velcro kept falling off my frames. Maybe I should have cleaned the frames off better, maybe it was due to the Velcro being really old, who knows but I had my Stickles in 3 different places at this point. I didn't like that.
Well, I'd been walking by a pile of leftover scraps that my dh made for weeks now. It finally occurred to me to use them!
Day 110 April 20
I think this is it! Well, at least until I can get a drill press and make precise holes and get better looking scrap lumber.
I hope this helps some other Stickler. I still have my off brands in another area. I really don't use those as much but do for non-sb projects.
Oh, each block is about 3x4 so I could use them right by me without taking up alot of room. Or I could use one of the empty blocks by putting in only the ones I needed for the current layout.
So for scrap lumber and a drill...