Rubber Stamp storage

Published on by Antoinette

Like most of us, storing my unmounted and clear stamps is difficult at best.  Up to now I have had them in CD cases stashed in an altered shoebox.  I have been getting more and more annoyed at having to rifle through them each time I want one particular stamp and decided to try an alternative method.

I Scrapped up an ordinary office ring binder, and filled it with A4 sheets of acetate, each backed by a sheet of white paper onto which I will stamp the images.  I can now store my stamps in one, easily accessible place, and quickly find the one I'm looking for.  Time will tell whether it's efficient or not ;)


Papers from Basic Grey, Cosmo Cricket and atd, A family affair.  Stamps from La Compagnie des Elfes and Sugar Nellie, Prima and cuttlebug flowers, buttons in fimo and from my stash, glass half beads and some ribbon from my stash.  Title 'Endless Love' from Sizzix, flourishes cut with a Toga d'cos die.

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Comment on this post

manuela (mamaiwscrap) 08/31/2009 22:38

il est très beau ce classeur

Antoinette 09/01/2009 07:31

Merci Manuela, pour l'instant il fonction bien, et me fait gagner de place! 

garfield59 08/24/2009 21:39

superbe ton album a tampon
la première de couverture est merveilleuse

Antoinette 08/28/2009 10:04

MERCI!  C'est bien pratique -  beaucoup plus rapide pour trouver et ranger mes tampons :)

Karen 08/18/2009 23:07

I hope it works as your folder is gorgeous!
Hope you are enjoying the holidays and making the most of the 5 mins of sunshine :)

Antoinette 08/19/2009 21:02

Hopefully the buttons will stay put, if they budge I'll use the heat gun or silicone to glue them back, fingers crossed!

Another few days to go before I get my holidays.  Fingers crossed for good weather next week!

chrychry 08/16/2009 22:50

Très jolie couverture, j'aime beaucoup

Antoinette 08/17/2009 11:46

Merci Chrychry!

Céline 08/15/2009 10:52

Superbe ton classeur, quel bel arbre fleuri et ces tampons waouh !

Antoinette 08/15/2009 11:43

Merci, Céline.  Il fallait bien quelque chose de joli pour y ranger des si beaux tampons, non?