Congratulations to Kristen Oliver and Jennifer Sccheel – this week’s lucky winners!

WIN this Vinyl Organization System from Totally-Tiffany
TWO LUCKY WINNERS will be drawn! YAHOOO! Finally – a smart way to organize vinyl rolls AND the scraps that you want to keep with them!
The Vinyl Roll Organizer Set includes everything you need to get your vinyl rolls organized once and for all! ​
In this set, you will receive 30 clear plastic reusable sleeves that will slide over your rolled vinyl, keeping it tidy and handy. You’ll also receive 6 clear plastic Scrap Pocket cards for holding the scraps that are too small to roll, but still big enough to keep. ​
Finally, to keep everything together, you will receive 6 rigid trays! Each tray will hold 7 standard vinyl rolls plus a Scrap Pocket. These filled trays will fit in most cube style furniture, and 6 trays will fill an IKEA cube! ​

Also, as a bonus, you will receive a Lois 2.0 Tote Bag (in pink), so you can make your Vinyl Roll Organizer Set portable! ​

 

*Prize package does not include vinyl.
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To enter to win this Totally-Tiffany prize package
1. CLICK HERE to enter your name into the draw!

You have until Friday, Feb 21st  at midnight to enter to win.
Good Luck everyone! 



Jackie
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    This is a great way to store vinyl. Right now I have them in a paper bag. I will have to get this. Thanks.

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    Talk about perfect timing … I am slowly working through Tiffany’s 8 Week Get Organized Challenge … and failing miserably at it … but this prize package would certainly be a help! Thank you for this offer!

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    I saw these trays the other day and the tote makes the even cooler.

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    Pattie Cartwright Reply

    TT products are so helpful. This is another great addition. Thanks.

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    When my crafty supplies are organized in their respective places then my workspace is clear from clutter. Right now I have vinyl rolls and cutting sheets stacked in a pile. I would love to have it where I can reach for it.