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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Rubber Stamp Storage

Happy Wednesday!

It's Wednesday and that means it is our day to talk about organizing.  This week the topic is rubber stamps.  They can be one of hardest tools for us to organize.  And there really is no perfect solution...trust me I have looked for it.  :)

Many of us spent all of last year using and organizing our stamps for the Use Every Stamp 2013 challenge.  While I could have tried to share everything I learned here I thought it might be easy to reopen the classroom so you could see the original presentations and information.  So for a very limited time, Use Every Stamp 2013 is now open for enrollment.  It is a free class and open to all MCC registered users.

To get you started, here is a quick overview of my system.  I catalog my stamps in small binders.  The stamps themselves are in cd cases, except for my wood mounted stamps.  Since I have room to store them, I don't have any plans to unmount them.  I also cross reference my sentiments so I can see all of them at once.  My sentiments binder is my most helpful binder.  I am so glad I took the extra step.

I also made a template of my punches and created a catalog of my ink colors.  These save me a ton of time when creating cards.

Want to learn more?  Then head on over to My Creative Classroom and enroll in Use Every Stamp 2013.

I still have a long way to go.  But I was very happy with my progress from last year. Now it is your turn.  How do you organize your stamps.  What tips and tricks can you share.

Thanks for stopping by,


  1. Hi Jeri. I have started cataloging my stamps, punches and dies in Evernote. You can use tags in the software to find themes. It will sync across computers and your phone. No more duplicate purchases and no 3 ring binders taking up space. The software is free but I paid for the extra upload space per month.

  2. I like the template idea for your punches! That is really smart.