Being highlighted for my Stickles and acrylic dabber storage over on the Ranger Blog, as well as Tim's recent video about his storage cases has inspired me to document how I use plastic storage to store a large amount of Ranger and Sizzix product in a relatively compact fashion. I'm pragmatic, and cheap, when it comes to my storage so I use various plastic fishing tackles and storage boxes. Here's what I've found to work best for various sizes of Ranger products.
First up are boxes from Plano Molding, usually known for their fishing tackle storage solutions, though they have a craft line as well. It's the same box just with different colour latches. I use the 37xx series, which are all 14"x9" with varying heights and internal configurations, so they are perfect for stacking.
The 3780 is 2.8" tall and will hold 30 Distress Crackle jars.
3730 is 3.25" tall. That is the perfect height for Alcohol Ink bottles, as well as Pigment and Archival (new 1/2 oz. style) reinkers. As you can see, it will hold all 50+ alcohol ink bottles with ease. The rest of the space is Pigment Ink re-inkers. The alchol inks are arranged by earthtone/light/bright shades. In total, it will hold 70+ bottles.
I also use Really Useful Boxes for storage. In the US you can find these at Office Depot. One issue I have with their line is that the sizes vary wildly and so they don't stack well at all between different sizes. Still, I have found some to be idea; for storing Ranger products.
2.1L size holds all 2oz spray bottles, including Adirondack Color Wash and Perfect Peals Mists. You can fit 14-15 bottles per box.
Once nice thing is that because the stain bottles don't come all the way up to the top, you can stack the boxes on top of each other without putting the top on each one. You can't do then when using them for 2oz. spray bottles
Lastly, the 6.5L size, will hold 18 Sizzix Bigz dies with the lid on, 20 without the lid.