Organize Your Handheld Punches


Handheld Punch Storage

Happy What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday, my friends! Do you have lots of odd-shaped tools like handheld punches and button shank removers cluttering up your workspace? Here’s a quick and frugal tip for getting them under control!

Find an old memo box – dress it up – and behold – you now have storage that is stylish, portable and accessible!

Today’s WOYWW post is short and sweet as I playing nursemaid to a post-surgical Prince Charming. But, I invite you to:

Have a fabulous week as you visit Julia and her merry band of WOYWWers at Stamping Ground!

57 Responses to “Organize Your Handheld Punches”

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  1. jude says:

    Love the tool holder ,just adore paper youve used to cover.Happy wednesday please pop by my blog as i have candy!
    happy woyww!
    hugs judex7

  2. Nicky says:

    Great idea and I love the paper you have used to cover it – have a great week Nicky no.4

  3. Sue says:

    Hi ya
    fabulous storage, gorgeous papers, have great day, happy WOYWW, sue,x(18)

  4. sandra de says:

    Beautiful paper you have chosen to cover the organizer.

  5. Chrysalis says:

    What a lovely container, Princess! Enjoy your day xx

  6. peggy aplSEEDS says:

    so pretty!

  7. Minxy says:

    Nifty idea Joy, Looks great.
    Happy Wednesday
    hugs Minxy #2

  8. Sheilagh says:

    I love it, is that a K&Co paper?

    I hope Prince Charming is well.


  9. Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards says:

    Ah I love recycling and frugality reigns! great idea and paper!! thanks so much for sharing,
    Shaz in Oz.x

  10. Neet says:

    What a fabulous box you have made for those awkward things. Love the colours – makes one feel summery. #27

  11. Helen says:

    This is so pretty, what a great idea.

  12. Doone says:

    mine are banished to the bottomless drawer used to hide all things that I do not have space on my desk for, but yours is definitely he prettier and more accessible option,

  13. Cathy says:

    Fab idea and love that paper.
    Happy WOYWW
    Cathy xx

  14. Amanda T says:

    Thanks for joining in this week for Wobble Over Wednesday!

    Amanda T

  15. Julia Dunnit says:

    Ooh that paper is delicious. I have a hankering for something like this for the cropadile and corner muncher..thanks!

  16. shah wharton says:

    Oh I like that! You so creative. Have a great day! Shah .X

  17. Hands to Work, Hearts to God says:

    Great idea and hope prince Charming is behaving himself! Patsy from

  18. Theresa says:

    Great tip and happy WOYWWing!

  19. Janelle says:

    I gave you the Stylish Blogger Award you can claim it here


  20. Nightly Cafe says:

    Happy Wednesday. New follower. Great hole punch idea. I love it.


  21. GLENDA BROOKS says:

    Great idea for storage….love that paper. It makes me think of Spring!

  22. Mandy aka Crafty Angel says:

    what beautiful storage, love that flower!

  23. Victoria says:

    Oh i do like that
    Vicky woyww 59

  24. Pamela says:

    How clever! Those punches don't fit anywhere. Love your Michael Card quote on creativity.

  25. Bleubeard and Elizabeth says:

    What a great snoop this week. Love the holder and it looks So useful. Sorry this is brief, but wanted to let you and the boys know I was here.

  26. Jan says:

    Great way to organize hand held punches!

  27. Beth Anne McCann says:

    I am following your blog and found you on Follow me wednesdays!

  28. cauliflower cupcake says:

    love any storage idea but this is so simple and great. Love your blog x

  29. Linda w says:

    Really pretty way to keep your tools tidy. Hugs lin

  30. SueH says:

    What a creative bit of storage you’ve come up with there, a fab way to keep all your punches together.

    Loving the photo of Tsunami….just look at those whiskers!

    Happy Crafting

  31. Angie says:

    Great idea for tools …just followed your link to Tsunami ….brilliant quote.

  32. Juls says:

    great storage box!!!! Hugs Juls

  33. Mrs A. says:

    Thanks for sharing your natty storage holder idea. Love that paper too. Hugs Mrs A. #76

  34. sasa says:

    Great idea – I need to build up my punch collection first. Thanks for sharing – Sasa at 11

  35. Sarah says:

    This is a great idea! Thanks for joining our hop this week!

  36. Pam says:

    Thanks for the snoop. Organization inspiration! Let's hope it clicks. Happy Woyww. #31

  37. Chelle says:

    What a nice idea. 117

  38. Serendipity Stamping says:

    Great idea. LOVE the paper. How I would love to have a coordinated workspace.

  39. Di says:

    Really neat! Mine are piled into a RUB box behind closed doors mostly ;( Love it – Di xx

  40. SDCrafts says:

    What a clever idea and, like all the best ones, deceptively simple…Shirl #106

  41. SDCrafts says:

    That's a fabulous storage idea for awkward items …Shirl #106

  42. okienurse says:

    Very nice~ I love hydrangias! Thanks for sharing. Vickie #148

  43. Kelly-Ann aka hijab-beegirl says:

    Wow, great tips for me 🙂
    I love how your blog looks!

  44. Jovita says:

    Fabulous storage idea, thanks for sharing.

  45. iram says:

    great idea i am ur new follower from terrific Thursday blog hop i hope you will follow me back ,there is a little problem with the link that you have pasted in the blog hop linky you have typed create-with-joy.blogspot.cmo instead of com so then it does not open :(i figured it out so i came .good luck

  46. The Blog Writer says:

    Your blog is so inspiring! You've put a big smile on my face. 🙂

  47. oneoff says:

    What pretty hydrangeas on that box, and a great idea for all those awkward bits and pieces too.


  48. butlersabroad says:

    Love that hydrangea paper you decorated the box with.

    Brenda 103

  49. Wallabygold says:

    Following you from the Thirsty Thursday Blog Hop.

    I hope you get the chance to drop by my blogs. and

    Have a great day 🙂

  50. aSpoonfulOsugar says:

    love this idea.

    New follower from Terrific Tuesday Blog Hop. Love your site. Would love a follow back.
    thanks, Samantha

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