I have received many emails requesting more information about my sponge dauber storage. This is a photo of how I have organised my daubers into the Stampin' Up! colour collections.
These boxes are fantastic as they keep all the colours separated so there is no colour contamination and all the daubers are labelled and easy to find in their Colour Collections. I have 2 boxes, one for the current Colour Collections and the second for the In Colours and other retired colours.
I took the opportunity to create a decorated panel, which I inserted into the lid, followed by the colour grid.
If you are outside of Australia, you can purchase them from Scrapbook.com . Put 'dauber box' into the search function and it will come up. The cost (and postage) has increased since I purchased mine (quite a while ago).
However, if you are in Australia, you can now purchase them from Craft Online. Search for 'Universal Crafts sponge dauber case'.
You can download the colour grid insert for the box and print it. It is sized to print on A5, but you can print on A4 if you wish. You need to trim close to the border, as it is a snug fit. I print mine on Whisper White card stock and then laminate it, so you can wipe off any ink from the daubers pressing against the inside lid. Make sure you choose to print 'Actual Size'.
I will be keeping the inserts up to date as the Colour Collections and In Colours change.
Download Sponge Dauber Box Template_2018.pdf (23.0K)
Download Sponge Dauber Box Template_2018_InColours.pdf (20.5K)
You can contact me, if you have further questions.
Do you have an updated in color page? Trying to make one nut coming out too big. Thank you. These are awesome
Posted by: Amie | October 14, 2021 at 10:31 AM
THANK YOU so much for these wonderful templates. You are awesome to share them.
Posted by: Bobbie C. | February 20, 2020 at 10:56 PM
Thank you so much for sharing the box template. I just washed out all of my daubers and am read to set them up in my dauber box.
Posted by: Wendie | July 15, 2018 at 03:11 AM
These are awesome. Thanks so much for sharing!
Posted by: Suzanne Smith | July 08, 2018 at 08:55 AM