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Jumbo Clip-It-Up with Upper Tier I have wanted a Clip-It-Up for a long time. And finally, I got my opportunity. It is such a wonderful way to get product up and off the table, floor, and drawers, and get it out into the open where you can see it, and where it looks “clean and organized”. Set-Up A four year old could set this up (with a little help). My daughter was my clip girl, helping me place all the clips on. The whole unit took less than 5 minutes to set up and was so EASY. It's light weight, and can be carried to THE spot where you want to set it up. I have also had to carry it from place to place while it is completely FULL of items, and I can happily tell you that it IS possible!
Balance -Balance is key to making the Jumbo Clip-It-Up turn with ease. I started adding heavy cardstock to one side, and quickly found out (as it says in the instructions) that you should ensure even distribution of weight when adding your stash to the Clip-It-Up. So to quickly fix the weight issue, I made sure to start placing cardstock on the other side too. A good tip is to make a conscious effort to use the jumbo for things that are similar in size and weight.
Space It’s called jumbo for a reason! This organizational product can hold 12 inch papers, so if you can imagine, having 2 feet alone in width of paper, plus the space for the center column, you will need to find a space in your craft room that gives you about 2.5 feet of space (in diameter). However, if you choose not to use it for 12 inch papers, and use it for alphabets, and other products, you can get away with using less space.
- Seeing your product, using your product
- Cleaner craft space
- Allows for better organization
- Allows for 12” paper organization
- Upper Tier allows you to organize smaller items
- Ability to add Upper Tier maximizes use of craft space and increases organizational value
Altering Your Clip-It-Up -The base of the Jumbo Clip-It-Up can be easily altered to match your craft space by using a single sheet of round scalloped die cut paper made by several paper manufacturers. Here is an example of a paper that I think would look fantastic! Just cut a small hole in the middle of the paper, and use Adhesive Squares (or similar product) to adhere it to the BASE. You can always change the look of the base by changing papers! I used a paper from Webster's Pages.