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Simple Storage for Simple Strips

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You asked for a convenient way to store Simple Strips and we listened! Presenting the Simple Storage for Simple Strips case - a specially designed solution for organizing and storing your cut Simple and Mini Strips. The case is made of durable clear plastic and comes fitted with two molded plastic tray inserts that nest together to make it simple to keep up to 19 sentiments separated by stamp or occasion (each Simple Strips stamp has 18 sentiments; each Mini Strips stamp has 10). Each tray has compartments with smooth raised partitions to ensure separation, and indents to make it easy to pick up strips with your fingers or craft tweezers. The case's hinged lid has two latches to keep everything secure.

A separate Simple Storage case for Building Blocks is also available (includes molded tray inserts specific to the cut sizes of Building Blocks strips).

Case measures 4.25" wide x 7" long x 1" high

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SKU:
TESP20

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76 Reviews

  • 4
    Simple strips storage

    Published by Kimberly Kirschner on Feb 26th 2024

    I love organizing my sentiment strips in these little boxes. I just wish it cost a bit less. They are a great design.

  • 4
    Great storage

    Published by Jan Taylor on Nov 15th 2023

    Nice storage for strips. Keeps stripes in one place and sorted by subject

  • 4
    Works but could be better

    Published by Virginia Boyd on Sep 24th 2023

    This works good for the mini sentiment strips. I took one star off as it doesn't hold two complete mini sentiment strips... unless you put two sentiments in one slot.

  • 5
    I give this 10 stars. On the bottom level I put the first strip in upside down, then all others are right side up. This way, with the box is closed, I can read what each strip says without opening the box. I also cut "slushy straws" to fit the mid

    Published by Linda on Aug 4th 2023

    I give this 10 stars. On the bottom level I put the first strip in upside down, then all others are right side up. This way, with the box is closed, I can read what each strip says without opening the box. I also cut "slushy straws" to fit the middle channel. The strips don't move as much.

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