Here is a peek into the newly reorganized inventory room that my sister helped me get sorted out. (She could definitely make a fortune as a personal organizer!) All of the magnifying accessories, and brayers and barens are along the top shelf. Inks still need a little more work since I have them in more than one place right now, but the linoleum blocks got a total makeover and it's so much easier to find a particular size of mounted or unmounted lino.
Here you can see the wonderful pegboard wall that my sister's husband put up for me - in absolute record time, I might add. He's a genius with tasks like this. You can see the big row of logbooks, inks and ink refills on the shelves, along with mounting stuff and the new shaping scissors hanging in easy reach on the pegboard.
Here's the other side of the rack and pegboard wall -- lots of carving tools, knives and replacement blades of various kinds. Also, if you look closely you will be able to see just a couple sheets of orange PZ Kut on the front right side. Those will have to stick around until that formula gets worked out completely.
However, you may find that there is also something special to order if you go to stampeaz.com and get there in time. Red Bird already discovered one before I got this post finished. You guys are quick and clever!! I will request that if you do get to buy one you leave subsequent chances for other people, since these are in very limited supply and I know that there are quite a few carvers who would love to sink a gouge or knife into this stuff. You read between the lines there, right? You know that there will be more than one opportunity today? I'm celebrating the fact that Electric liked the new sample block he was testing for me. That's something big to celebrate! :)