I have a box that I store them upside down in. I just used cardstock (cut into strips and then each strip cut halfway through so I could fit the strips together) fitted together to make a grid. It works great! I can see the bottoms of the bottles so I can see the color.
I lucked out by finding a clear acrylic box that I repurposed into stickles storage. They're just stacked in there upside down. You can always try looking for items that are in a storage container you could use. My clear acrylic box had flower petals in it, I think.
I did not know they were supposed to be stored upside down either.
Mine are just on a little bathroom shelf thing that I mounted to the side of my scrap cabinet, not sure what I'm going to do for taking to crops. I'm glad some of you said you just throw them in a bag or tote.
Edited by pugs223 on 09-19-11 05:52 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
I repurposed an empty Salt Water Taffy box, 1-pound size. The top & bottom halves are about equal size, & they're the right height for the bottles to sit in upside down. It ain't elegant, but it wasn't $40, either!