Username Post: 12 by 12 paper holder        (Topic#1583685)
ckair 
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  • ckair on 12-31-12 07:13 AM

Does anyone know of a good way to transport 12 x 12 papers to a crop? I am going to a 10 hours crop, so I need to take a lot of paper. The cropper hopper one does not hold very much paper.
Thanks in advance and happy New Year's to everyone!


 
terrihooper
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In response to ckair

I used t carry mine to crops in a "milk crate". I organized it by color/theme and stood it up in the crate so I could flip through it--


 
KellyCali
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'Milk crate' cart on wheels.

Craft cart.

Shopping cart.

Keyword search = Folding crate cart.

They come in all sorts of colors. Including black, pink & primary colors.

Try Staples, Office Depot, Lowes or Home Depot.


 
KellyCali
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Too bad we can't roll up with an actual shopping cart.

However, that might be a little faux pas.



 
KellyCali
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If I had to choose, I think I'd go with the Target model.

I like the red & sturdy plastic of it all.

Plus, I love Target!



(please do ignore my tangent)


 
KellyCali
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Now that I think about it...

I think I recall, someone saying that they roll up to crops with a wagon.

Also, I believe my friend who was a Stampin Up! demonstrator once did so at a crop I attended.

Just another idea of transport to consider!...

(That is, if your back can take it!)



 
KellyCali
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Modifying next years Christmas Scrapbooking Wish List to include...

Scrapbook trailer, I mean wagon!



 
Henri Jean
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Here's a photo of my crop wagon:

My Little Red Craft Wagon By Henri Jean

THis one is from SAM'S CLUB but they have them at Walmart and other stores too - usually near the garden section. Much sturdier than they look - I think they hold up to 150 pounds and they fold up like an umbrella - very easy. I leave mine set up at crops and work out of it.


 
dwelch
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I was just thinking, "Ask Henri Jean about her wagon" when I saw she had posted. I have one as well (after seeing hers), and love it. I don't go to a lot of crops, but when I do, it certainly comes in handy.


 
Henri Jean
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I love mine but I don't like the way it steers. However, some of the ladies discovered that it is easier to control if you push it from behind and yep - that does the trick. Much easier to maneuver from the back.


 
fishdc
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In response to Henri Jean

Wow! this looks like something I must buy. Do they only have them in the Springtime at the stores??


 
Henri Jean
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That I don't know. They are near the garden section of Walmart and someone said Home Dept has them but I don't know about that. I tried to find the name on it recently and didn't see it. Seems the manufacturer calls it some kind of sports wagon.


 
Henri Jean
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Just did a search on them and they are called a "Mac Sports Folding Wagon" - they are much higher on line than in the stores on sale but if you seach for it you can see who carries them locally in your area.


 
cescrapper
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This wagon is so cute i wish i had crops to go to. it would make a cute statment as home decor as well. Ladies don't tempt me LOL


 
Henri Jean
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I actually do use mine as home decor I guess - it sits in the corner of my craft room and holds a lot of scrap stuff in here.


 
Kim222
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Thanks to Henri's endorsement, I have one and LOVE it!! It is the BEST thing for crops.


 
Henri Jean
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Glad you love yours too! It is like they were thinking of scrapbookers and crops when they designed them.


 
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