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How Do You Store Your Stamps!

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How Do You Store Your Stamps!

 We would love to know how you store your stamps. Use this group to upload your storage idea photo's or videos.

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Latest Activity: Dec 21, 2014

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Comment by Doreen G on December 15, 2014 at 2:43am

Forgot to say you can sort all your stamps in the stutainers any way you want.  I put all my words together.  All the flowers, butterflies, and so on in separate containers.  You get the idea.  Then I store them in a open container upright like a file box.  This way I can flip through at a glance.

Comment by Doreen G on December 15, 2014 at 2:38am

I store my Unity stamps in Stampendous thin Stuftainers.  http://store.scrapbooking-warehouse.com/404601.html#.VI6AP1J0zmQ

Scrapbooking warehouse has the best price at $2.10 each.  I can fit about 1 1/2 kit of the month kits in one container.  They stick to the clear packaging great and you can lay a picture of what is inside on top.  When one is full I stamp all of them on a letter size peace of card stock for a reference.

Comment by Kapree Clark on July 10, 2014 at 2:43pm

there are some great ideas here! thank you so much ladies!

Comment by Patti La Bombard on December 31, 2013 at 8:37pm

Angie~You said, " so I took Natalie's idea and laminated some cardstock.. just one side and they stick really  well.. so I am using that so I can get more sets inside my storage containers."  That was a couple of years ago.  Does that work?  I am about to start 3" notebooks & wanted to see what works.  Thanks.

Comment by Susie Gerdes on October 18, 2013 at 7:23pm
I have a cabinet, but it's not the most organized way of storing them.
Comment by Joy Nieweglowski on January 14, 2012 at 11:48am

I love the shinny cardstock in page protectors idea!  I have been buying the EZ Mount panels and putting them in 3-Ring binders.  I love them, but they are expensive! 

Comment by Laura Janis on August 3, 2011 at 3:32pm

thanks for allowing me to join. I just  added more shelves to my area. I have been a member of KOM since Jan. and I have been buying stamps ever since God know when. So I am in desperate need of  some  HELP.  But I want and need them to be  handy and easy to see. Too often I forget what I have and keep using the same old stamps.

Angie did send me the name what to get to put in a note book. I just haven't been able to find it around my area.

 

Comment by Sharon Gullikson on June 10, 2011 at 9:30pm
I just bought 40 of those white sheets because I don't want to possibly ruin my stamps. It just isn't worth the chance.....How great that you found them at a thrift store! That was lucky. The company that makes them is only a few miles from my house, so I went down there to save on shipping. Now I need some big notebooks (binders). I'm hoping for free (my hubby's co-workers throw them away sometimes....) Thanks for your suggestion!!
Comment by Nancy B on June 10, 2011 at 8:33pm

I use those White Plastic Storage board.  and put them inside a 3 ringed zipper notebook.  That I have found at a Thrift shop.

 

I have all my unmounted rubber stamps stored this way.   

Comment by Sharon Gullikson on May 18, 2011 at 11:49pm
Does anyone know for sure if plexiglass can damage the foam backing of Unity stamps? I looked up plexiglass online, and it's sometimes called something like acryliglass or something that sounds like acrylic. So I'm wondering if it will cause my foam to deteriorate? I asked Andrea at Unity, but she didn't know for sure. She suggested that I try out just one or 2 stamps on the plexiglass. Good suggestion, but I won't have anywhere to put my hundreds of stamps, and they will need a temporary home for a year or so to make sure...HELP!!!!! if you know...
 

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