My New Stamp Storage can be found here.
Today we will go over how I store my stamps. I store them in three different ways.
1. The majority of my stamps are stored oninside of like this:
Theare made by Crafter’s Companion and look like this:
I cut two pieces of cardstock to fit inside the front and back of theand I adhere the acetate sheet that comes with the stamps to the inside of the front and back of the so that I can clearly see what stamps are in each cd case. If I don’t have the original packaging, I simply stamp the stamps out on that paper.
2. When I have large stamp sets or long borders, etc., that won’t fit in a stamp storage cases from Stampin’ Up., I store them in these
I adhere the stamps to the inside of the case like this:
Then I cut a piece of paper large enough to fit inside the cover of the case and do the same thing I do forso that I can see what stamps are in each case.
3. 99% of my rubber stamps are unmounted and I store the majority of them in these
Inside of eachI put a page protector and a . It looks like this:
As you can see in the photo above, I stamp out all of the images on a sheet of cardstock and insert it into the page protector. On the opposite page, I place those stamps on the. Each binder comfortably holds three pages of filled with stamps on both sides.
I also created a short video showing my stamp storage solutions which you can watch below:
Related Posts: To see how I unmount my wooden rubber stamps, click here.
I hope this post helps provide you with some ideas for your own stamp storage needs. If you have any questions, please feel free to either comment on this page or contact me and I’ll be happy to help. Happy Scrapping!