Glue Caddy to Go!

February 8th, 2009 in member junk     
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I found this little condiment twirly thing at the salvage yard in a bunch of restaurant equipment and found the perfect use for it! I have my glue tube selection, cotton swabs and Popsicle sticks always at the ready. Easy stuff but oh, so helpful.

I found this little condiment twirly thing at the salvage yard in a bunch of restaurant equipment and found the perfect use for it!

I have my glue tube selection, cotton swabs and Popsicle sticks always at the ready. Easy stuff but oh, so helpful.


I have a couple different work stations in my Lab, and find myself forever wondering where I put my glue(s) down. Here’s a quick little something I put together to both house & carry my supplies.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - JennyK Original
posted in: member junk, metal, lazy susan

Comments (8)

alicemom writes: I just love that idea.
alice way cool. Posted: 10:42 am on February 26th
DownHomeDIY writes: Since we are on the topic of glue...have you all been to the website www.thistothat.com??? It is a must see...it helps pick the right glue and is a fabu resource. Just wanted to share.
p.s. love your portable glue caddy!
-MB Posted: 11:24 pm on February 13th
irishrovr writes: Great idea!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 8:12 pm on February 9th
junkermidge writes: Very clever and cute way to keep handy things handy. I'm I big user of popsicle sticks, too. I should probably add Q-tips. Way to go!

Midge Posted: 6:05 pm on February 9th
fellowjunker writes: I love any junk project that helps with organizing Jenny. Fun, fun, fun!!!
xojanis Posted: 11:13 am on February 9th
SantaClaus writes: I live in WI so I know about the "spray painting" problem. Our garage is insulated so I do "mini-spray" jobs by inserting my to-be-painted item in a large cardboard box; then spray! Posted: 6:57 am on February 9th
csudderth writes: Love any kind of organizational tool. This is a great one!
Christy Posted: 7:49 pm on February 8th
MimiToria writes: Hey Jenny - I welcome all ideas for organizing ones art items, such as this post tip. I am currently trying to clean out my studio space and set it up more organized and am looking for any/all tips and ideas. I've also recently discovered that old muffin tins work great for organizing and sorting elements that I would use in my designs. On the look out for those now. I've seen them plain, but also spray painted in a fun color. However, MN lends itself a problem with spray painting due to the winter weather. Bummer! I don't have an alternative space to spray things at.
Keep these ideas coming. Posted: 7:08 pm on February 8th
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