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Old 07-25-2012, 08:56 AM   #37
Susanne527
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Originally Posted by jeanne3579 View Post
I don't have unmounted stamps (I love the feel of wood in my hands and the "ready to go" advantage of mounted stamps), but this is how I store all my dies and embossing folders. Century Plastics sells clear plastic pages with pockets of every size I've needed so far Flipping through pages makes it easy to find what I want and an extra large binder still takes up less room than anything else.
Oh sistah...I have hundreds of wood mounted stamps--each have their own category in "7 drawer rolly carts"--my "floppy" stamps would get stuck to the wood stamps--so they got their own home...I prefer wood stamps over all else any day of the week.

My dies are in the new "Art Bin" check it out--magnetic box--you can buy inserts--every die has a home now...my embossing folders are in another rolly cart with my "fat Siz dies" (aka the thick dies)...I work in my basement studio which can get humid in summer (NOW) and also damp in winter--everything needs a home here or I would go coo-coo! Also, it has flooded down here with a few winter storms--rolly carts are easy to put up on tables!
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