My mom got this for me at the last CKC. I had never seen it before so I wasn't sure what to expect, but I am so glad she did. I use this little can for everything! Obviously, it's great for collecting little scraps but I have used it for stamps, inks, and a pen caddy just to name a few. I like that it is really light-weight and is collapsible. It has a little binder that keeps it collapsed, but when it's popped up, I put it on the arm of my chair so it's always right next to me so I don't have to walk to the actual trash can. It also has a little velcro on the botton that you can place somewhere if you want it to be a permanant fixture somewhere in your space and always popped up but you can detach and take it with you if you like - a handly little feature I haven't used yet. But I love this and think everyone needs one. :)
This is the most adorable little PINK scrap can that I have ever seen! Pink is my signature color in almost anything I do so having the pink croppin cutie was just a much needed and wanted item! I might get a couple more to spread them around my scrapbooking room for when friends come over for a big scraping party. Anyone that buys this product won't be disappointed!
this is so cute!. the main reason i got it was for crops or cards away from home where sometimes there is a shortage of waste baskets or bags. can't wait for National scrapbook day on the 2nd of May when everyone will see my scrap can and wonder where i got it! i bought three of them; one for myself and two for my friends.
Scrapping is a very social thing for me. I take all my stuff with me when I go and usually I have looking all over the building for a trash can or I am sharing one with several people. This is going to be perfect for me. I ordered three! One for me and two to give as gifts. I just can't wait to get them!
I loved mine so much that I purchased 6 more for my scrapping buddies - we call ourselves the "Mag 7" and crop at each other's homes every 2 weeks. You would have thought I presented each with $100!!! They LOVE them. I told them "don't leave home without it".....