When it comes to organising stamps, there are plenty of different ways to store stamps.
I knew that I needed a way that wouldn't take up much room and would fit neatly on a shelf.
I mainly have clear stamps and only 2 sets of rubber stamps, so the main priority was to store the clear stamps.
I chose to use A5 ring binders for the clear stamps. I have 1 binder for sentiments and alphabets and 1 for image stamps.
The binders were boring black so I decided to jazz them up using Echo Parks A Walk In The Park papers and then added a label to the side using a Spellbinders Nestabilities lacey circle die and creating a label on my computer to put on top of it.
To store the stamps inside the binders, I used some A5 plastic pockets. I stuck the stamps to some card and added a label on the back of the card with the name of the stamp set.
The ring binders are a simple way to store stamps and keep them neat and organised.
These stamps have yet to be added to the binders as I have only just received them from Skipping Stones Designs. I won them in the sketch challenge 114 that I entered this card. I am looking forward to using them.
So, when it came to storing the rubber stamps, I wasn't sure how I could store them.
I saw that people were storing them in DVD style cases and some stamps come in them. I thought I would try using old video cassette cases.
I managed to dig out 2 cases for my 2 Amy R stamp sets and they fit quite well in them.
They sit neatly on the shelf and I just printed off some labels, for the side of the cases, using Microsoft Word.
So those are the ways I store my stamps, how do you store yours?
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