Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Spring Clean Monday: Clear Stamps

Hello Monday! Ready for another Spring Clean Monday? Today I'll covering how I've stored most of my clear stamps. When we were in Australia, I'd planned to transfer all my clear stamps into CD jewel boxes. It didn't work out very well, as they didn't all fit very easily in one box and also they were very hard to peel off. Then I saw this and this and decided that was the way to go. 

Rather than using A4 size binders, I've used A5 ones. That way, I have one stamp set per page protector and it's a little bit easier to handle. Last week I decided that to cover them. I used the Dill Blossom papers from SEI, as I've had good intentions to use them a lot and still haven't. I still love the papers, and as I had enough sheets to cover all five albums, I thought why not.

I haven't labelled all the binders yet, but I've put all the sentiments sets together and all the swirl sets, etc. On the back on the cardstock of each set I've put a label with the information of the manufacturer and name. For the label on the cover I used Spellbinder Nestabilities Labels Four.

Hopefully this will give you some ideas as to how you can organise your clear stamps. Next week is my final Spring Clean Monday in which I'll cover my embellishments.


Ingrid said...

Another great storage solution. Thanks for sharing!


Laura Davis said...

Wow this is soooo cool! I wish you could come to my house and help me organize! :)

Jane Ettia Jones said...

your so organised, i love your folders for your luv when are you coming over to do mine heeeheeee

NinaB said...

Wow, this is gorgeous. I really like that stamp set of sentiments on your collage pic. What company makes it and what is it called? Thanks for sharing your great organizational ideas.

Lisa said...

Your binders put my binders to shame! May I ask where you got them from? thanks so much!

Clear Card said...

This is the great site for see the stamps. Your post give me some of them nice ideas that hopefully useful for me.

Zafran ali said...

Awesome work!
Plastic Card Printing

Desiree said...

I love the idea! I would like to use this for myself but am stumped on finding binders that can be covered. Where did you find yours?