Edited July 21, 2018 to include the latest release of Oxide inks, and future inks. Why waste printing ink? So you’ll have a few blanks until the rest of the Oxide inks come out later this year.
A few months ago I saw this amazing idea from Lizzie Jones for storing blending foam. I was inspired by that to make my own system for Distress Oxide inks. And since I just got the most recent dozen that were released, I updated my system, and thought I’d share the pdf files here for anyone that might want to make use of the same format.
Here’s a peak of the instagram post that I shared earlier today, and since people seem interested, I’ve linked the files below.
oxide foam storage pages 1 and 2
oxide foam storage pages 3 and 4
oxide foam storage pages 5 and 6
You should be able to click on those links above and the pdf will open in a new window. You can either print from there or save to your computer. The first time I did this I printed on heavy Neenah cardstock. This time just copy paper. They’re not being used except to represent a color, so no need for the good stuff. 🙂
They are set up to print on US Letter paper. Just print, and then either cut in half for use in a half sheet size binder, like I use, or slide it in to a full sheet page protector for a letter size binder. But if you do that one, don’t tell me, I have orientation issues. 🙂
Let me know if you have any questions.
Oh! And these are the velcro dots I purchased for this. Seems like a lot, especially since I’m only using the “rough” dots, but maybe someone crafty will come up with a use for the other side!