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    Faffer Extraordinaire lou@papermaker's Avatar
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    oh no Help Please - What's the best solutions for storing clear stamps?

    It's official my crafting room is in much need of a major overhaul. I can't find anything easily, so rather than crafting being a joy its becoming a challenge.

    I'm very lucky to be the proud owner of many many many stamps - have you got a great system for storage you can share?

    I realise that I may have to use a few types of storage to cover those small one-off stamps to sheets with a collection of stamps.........any help/advise greatly appreciated

    Many thanks in advance

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    I wouldn't say it's the best system but this works for me - I have my cling stamps on A4 laminated sheets of card which I store in ring binders. I like to keep sets together but some people like to store according to type eg sentiments, flowers etc. If I have several sets from a single manufacturer I keep them in the same ring binder. Small stamps get put together on a sheet. I find it easy to flick through the ring binder when I'm looking for a particular stamp or even just for inspiration.
    I had a friend who didn't bother with ring binders but just had her laminated sheets upright in a RUB so she could flick through them easily and pull out what she needed.
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    I found a good storage solution, old CD cases, take out the black plastic disc holder and then put your stamps on each side of the case. I put sentiments in a couple of cases, xmas in others and so on. You can see what you have at a glance and group them according to the theme.
    You can label the spine and store them on a shelf and see what you have easily.

    You can buy empty ones really cheaply or raid your old CD stash

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    Faffer Extraordinaire lou@papermaker's Avatar
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    Thanks both for sharing your storage techniques. I think I'll give both a go and see how I get on.

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