Crackle Paint - it is the latest craze (sorry for the pun...) from Tim Holtz and the fabulous folks at Ranger. Paint once and when it dries...it produces a wonderful crackle effect. From the side, individual colors are fairly easy to identify, and very easy if you are familiar enough with the Crackle Paint colors Ranger offers (there are 24 colors). They are also labeled on the side as to the color. However, from the top, which is how I store these (in sterlite drawers from Wal-Mart), they are black and unidentifiable. Not good. If I am to use something I must be able to find what I am looking for...and quickly. One morning in the shower (A.K.A...idea central) I came up with this idea. Got the kids on the bus and did this: Circle printing link how-to is here (please scroll down to Bob Buckland's post to 'B. for your circular text'), but a MS Word document with circle printing all done for you is here. After circle printing all 24 colors onto one sheet of white cardstock, I punched them out with a 1-1/4" circle punch. Adhered to respective paint containers with Glue Dots. I opened each container and dabbed a tiny bit of paint onto my finger, then swiped it onto the center of the punched circle. Easy to find what I'm a-lookin' for now...!