Advantus - Cropper Hopper - Tim Holtz - Paint Dabber Case - Tin



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Product Description & Information

Cropper Hopper has teamed up with designer Tim Holtz to bring you a portable storage system like never before. Finally, there is a stylish solution for organizing and storing your stamp and crafting supplies.

The Paint Dabber Case Features:
  • Divided compartments to store up to 20 paint dabbers or re-inkers
  • Clear view window to easily identify supplies
  • An industrial, brushed metal design which can be embellished, inked, painted or collaged
  • Includes coordinating identification tag

  • SKU: ch-th92379

    Product Reviews and Ratings

    Avg. Rating
    67% of buyers would recommend
    • Verified Buyer

      4/ 5stars

      Good but not Great

      I like the basic idea of this case. It fits the dabbers well and looks stylish. I didn't give it five stars because the manufacturing quality seems to be just a little lacking - it's not falling apart but it doesn't feel like it is really strong and durable either. I never transport my scrapping stuff to crops, so for tidy storage on the shelf it works very well, but if you want to constantly be throwing it in your car to take to crops then you probably want something a little more durable.


    • Verified Buyer

      4/ 5stars

      Love This!

      I love this little box!! It holds all my paint dabbers so neatly. My only wish is that it was larger, so I could store all my dabbers in one instead of having to have 2. Oh well. Still a great product!!!


    • Verified Buyer

      3/ 5stars

      Dauber Dud

      A great idea in theory, but not great quality. I got this as I am creating quite a collection of Paint Daubers, but it was really hard to open and the bottom slotted section lept catching on the lid. Then the lid refused to open. Very frustrating. I think I'll stick with the plastic tub I was originally using.