I really like this embellishment organizer. It is very handy and easy to carry on crops. I use mine mainly to store fiber, which I roll onto the Cropper Hopper fiber cards and then fit into this case. With the extra spaces, I use the Cropper Hopper mini embellishment boxes that will fit in the spaces (3 to a space) where I store photo corners and other small embellies that I would lose otherwise. The flip side of this case stores large flat items and I use it to hold tags and other embellies that don't have a good home anywhere else. There is plenty of space in this case and I would definitely recomment it to others.
It's a fantastic way to organize all those little embellishments that you keep hoarding and don't know where to put! I used 90 of the little boxes (bought separately) and have managed to fit in all my buttons, brads, and eyelets all divided by colors and shapes and sizes! Who knew I had so much stuff? If you don't have it organized it's hard to remember what you have and not buy duplicates. It also has another compartment which I use for storing thin packaged embellishment. Even better, it's portable so you can take it with you to crops too. If you struggle with organization and storage don't hesitate, it's great.
IÂ´ve got three of these, and I love them :-) IÂ´m using one for ribbon, one for brads and eylets and one for chipboard letters. These are great to take to crops, they fit so well in my XXL tote! My plan is to have drawers with the boxes that fit into these organizers (they are a bit small for all my ribbons..) in my scraproom. I will put the ribbons and brads I want to take to crops into the organizers, and voila, I have a great way to keep my tote organized while traveling.
The compartment on the other side is also great to store bigger items that donÂ´t fit in the main storage.
I love my Cropper Hopper Embellishment Organizer. I never scrap without it. I store my brads, eyelets, metals and other small items in the small container side. I organize by color, and sometimes by type. I can always find things very easily. I use the other side to store my setting tools, and other metal-related items that don't fit into the smaller containers. This organizer takes up very little room, and slips right into my Navigator Tote for crops. I like mine so much, that I bought a second one for my primas, photo corners, and other goodies.
This kind of item is what I always look for - it's durable, compact, and portable. I originally used mine for all my brads and snaps. Now I use it for all my primas - all divided out by color/shade. I actually have 10 bottles worth of primas in it. The large compartment on the back holds the over-sized flowers. This sits on the bottom rack of my cropper hopper paper trolley.......along with two other cropper hopper larger organizers. Talk about a lot in a small space!!