All day I was so excited to get home and start creating. I have a couple cards and projects swimming around in my head and need to start creating them before I forget them. I thought about which carts I would use, the paper, how everything would be pieced together and then it came time for work to be over. As I stepped in my apartment, I saw my couch and TV calling my name. After looking through email and other websites, I didn't get any crafting done. However, hope is not lost. I ended up ordering 42 Stickles and 30 Liquid Pearls! I've had my eyes on these for quite some time. The price was right and I needed to jump on it. So, my credit card will have a little bit extra on it to pay off.
You may be asking, where did you get such a great deal?! Well, I have been scouring the internet for deals on Stickles and Liquid Pearls. I looked at many websites before deciding that I should not look any further. Scrapbook Pal is where it's at! They had each bottle of Stickles separate or you could get the bundle of all 42 for one low price. I chose the bundle rather than adding 42 separate items in my cart. What really made me buy now rather than wait is that they only had one set left. I thought, if I don't buy these, someone else will and then I'll need to wait even longer. I really think all of my projects were missing that little extra sparkle and think this was one of my greatest purchases. For 42 bottles of Stickles and 30 bottles of Liquid Pearls (which includes the 15 new colors released at Winter CHA, I was able to walk away with all of these for $126.90! Whaaaaaaa?!? That's practically $1.76 per bottle. Talk about a deal!
This option holds 48 bottles. I could purchase two and have one designated for Stickles and one for Liquid Pearls. 2 of these for $59.98 with free shipping.
This is 5.5" wide and 3.25" tall, (a converted case of blank CDs). The center area pops up when the top is off (as shown) but all are the same level when the clear plastic is on. The lid twists to hold everything in place and is stackable. This holds 18 bottles for $13.99. I would need 4 of these to hold the 72 bottles and that would be $55.96 plus shipping and handling.
This last solution holds 36 bottles in the same type of holder as the middle one, although it's a bit taller. This retails for $21.99, so two of these would be $43.98 plus shipping and handling.
So with all of that knowledge, what are your suggestions?! I'd love to hear them. Thanks in advance!