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Elizabeth Ward Bead Storage Solutions: 2-Piece Bead Storage Tray, Empty Craft Storage Tray and Lid for Beads, Craft Supplies and More (Darice, EWC0288)
- CRAFT AND BEAD STORAGE TRAY – Keep all your beading essentials in one place with this 2-piece bead and craft supply storage tray. It contains a 13.75” x 10.5 “ x 2” tray and 1 clear, snap shut tray lid.
- CHOOSE YOUR OWN CONTAINER – This empty storage tray allows you to choose just the right sized container for whatever your craft and bead storage needs are.
- EASY, STACKABLE ORGANIZATION – Keep your crafting area neat and clean and all your supplies in one place, thanks to this stackable bead storage tray.
- STORE BEADS AND SUPPLIES – Not just for beads, you can store other crafting supplies in this storage box, too. It has a clear, snap shut lid, making it easy to quickly see all your items at a glance without opening the box.
- HIGH QUALITY, DURABLE – Made of durable plastic, this high-quality bead storage tray is sure to last.
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I purchased this (3 actually as I work on different pieces at the same time).
I am submitting my review after 2 weeks of using this system for a very large full square drill piece
XL Paint With Diamonds Full Kit - "Rain Princess" - 50x75cm PWD Premium DIY Diamond Painting Kit For Adults With Full Toolkit - 100% Full Drill 5D Square Diamond Painting
The piece has 60,000 drills and this storage solution had room for all 40 colors separated with one extra unused large box.
To address the reviews that sequins or seed beads fall out I can only say if one is not careful that the lid is fully closed this could happen. Drills are extremely small and I've noticed that putting pressure on the lid not squarely in the center can leave a gap where drills or beads can 'escape'. When I take care to check the lid is closed I've not lost a single drill before replacing the container in the tray
Addressing the comments about the labels 'not sticking' or 'sub par' I believe the intent of the tack is so that there isn't leftover goo when one needs to remove and change the label for new contents. Yes they aren't Gorilla Glue stuck on but for my use and intentions I like the easily removable stickers when it's time to change the color number.
For those who say they can't tell the item because the label is on the bottom please see my solution in the picture. Clear Dymo tape with the item (or in a 5D Diamond world) pattern code on the side. I do use the color on the bottom in case I run low on a drill but this to me was an easy peasy way to see what I need to work with and know what I have need for without any fuss at all.
The lids snap tightly when done correctly and has made 5D painting SO much more enjoyable. For those 1 square spots the opening is more than large enough to get the ones or twos you need without having to pour into a tray.
The fact that one can order separate containers or as in my case has extra containers that can be swapped out between projects or if a replacement is needed is a major bonus
My filling for at 60,000 square diamond drill project found that my largest quantity of color - 9798 drills - fit into 2 XL containers with room to spare.
3630 square drills filled a large container without being too tight to close the lid securely
1117 square drills put into the small container was a bit too much so they went into a medium container as did any drills above that amount. I would suggest 900-ish for a small
Based upon those amounts you can estimate how many drills will fit in the XS containers and up.
In my opinion forget the small box inside a pencil container and buy a zipper pencil case for your trays and a small box for your tack and pens/tweezers...get this system for sorting your diamond drills and you'll be in great shape.
Wow! This system is incredible. I have been re-organizing my crafting and sewing rooms, and have done "painstaking" research on the best ideas for storage of all sorts of things. For the most part I can turn to crafter extraordinaire Jennifer McGuire for all my crafting organizational needs, and have utilized her ideas for stamp/die storage and embossing powder storage, but didn't like her sequin storage idea (she uses Craft Mates Lockable Organizers). I wanted something that would take up less space and be easier to move from place to place, as I have a stupidly huge amount of sequins. So my search began!
I came across a lot of things that seemed "okay," but I really didn't want to settle on something just because I couldn't find the "perfect" solution. Then I came across the Darice Bead Storage System. I was skeptical at first regarding the size of the "tiny" containers, but thought I could always purchase the larger containers if needed. So, I ordered the 82-piece system hoping this would be everything I hoped - IT TOTALLY IS!!! My sequins fit perfectly in the tiny and small containers, and the lids of each container feel super secure. The trays take up so little space on my shelves, and they look so pretty filled to the brim with sparkly colors! :)
I was a little worried about how I would be able to glance at the little containers and know what sort of sequin was inside, and because the tiny containers are so tiny, there's really no room to write size, color and type of sequin within; I decided that I'd just glue a single sequin on the outside of each container so I'd know literally at a glance which sequins were within. I used a dot of Ranger Glossy Accents and a pair of tweezers to attach the little things, which was actually kind of a relaxing task. The only annoyance I had moving my sequins to the containers was due to static cling. I grabbed a dryer sheet and some Magic Static Remover, and it helped some, but it still wasn't a scream-free process, but this has nothing to do with this system.
I apologize for this review being so long-winded. I tend to gain speed in rambling when I start typing. Here's a short review:
This product works amazingly well for sequins! :)
Now, I have one bin dedicated to Sterling findings. In these tiny, easily labeled containers I can separate each type. I use a extra fine tip sharpie to label the lid with item, cost, and supplier. If I want to change the label, I use a gum eraser and the "permanent" marker comes off to allow relabeling.