I had someone ask me about the paper tab on my sponges from the post the past few days. Here is how I make them. I used the rounded tab punch, which has been discontinued, but you can use any punch really. It is a nice place to hold the sponge and not get your fingers all inky. I then attached the paper to the sponge with a brad. Easy Peasy. I used to not have a sponge for every color, but every once and a while I would mess up a project because a sponge I used for blue tones had too much of a greenish blue or something on it and my colors ended up not true to life. The are actually not very expensive. You get three sponges for $3.50 and I cut them into 6 pieces each, so 18. This container (from the container store ) holds the perfect amount for Stampin' Up's core colors. I do have some extra sponges for when I need to use the In-Color collection. I have them all by color family, and there is a sponge dauber in each square too. The sponge Daubers are 12 for $10.95.