Whale tail punch holder
These punches are very heavy and I had them in four 12x12 plastic cases. It was a challenge each time I wanted to use one. Usually I would have to move all the plastic cases to find the case with the punch that I wanted. The new holder keeps them much more available and I don't have to move multiple cases to find the one I want. The down side is that I can't tell what punch I'm getting unless I pull each of them out to see the pattern on the top of the punch or the cutting area on the bottom. My solution is to load my punches opposite of what's shown in the display and tape the item punched by that punch to the area saying "Stampin Up" on the front of each punch. It's a little time consuming, but only needs to be done once. For the larger circle and square punches, I've punched the smallest one, such as the 1" circle, and have written the size of the bigger circle on it before attaching to the punch. I've done the same with my square punches, etc. The larger winged punches for borders don't fit into the holder at all, but since the holder is so narrow, I have room to place those special punches in front of the case on the shelf.