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INFO AND FILES HAVE BEEN UPDATED SEE POST #11 AND #12 March 14, 2013
The following is for Stampin' Up! colours
I had to make use of that Card,Telephone & Address bigz die, I cut 2 dies of all my cardstock, one with an inventory label & one without, Thought it might be handy to have a second one for trying different colour combos when making project layers, once I've decided then I pull out my real card stock.
I've had this Rolodex system setup for a good month (I completed it a couple days before the Color renovation was announced) I must say I am really enjoying it, having all my colours current and retired sorted by colour.
Here are the new renovation labels for each colour of cardstock using Avery#8167 (1 3/4" x 1/2")
If you notice in the picture on the first thread I have 2 labels on the pink pirouette card stock that is because I had setup the system before they announced all the colour changes coming with the 1010-2011 book.
I left both labels on as I think will be continue storing some of my stuff the old way, when it came by colour family, like the ink spots or refills.
The Rolodex Cardstock System document expalins how I went about this project
I included Inventory labels in the first post
-one is printed directly on the cardstock
-the other is printed on a clear label, it is Avery #8663 (4' x 2")
Hint if you have a lot of Stampin' Up! product, like I had you may want to check the inventory off before printing it, I had
●Classic Pad ●Refill ●Cardstock 8 ½ x 11
●Classic Spot ●Marker ●Cardstock 12 x 12
●Textured 12 x 12
□ noCraft Pad but had ●Refill ●Craft Spot
For several card stock colours, I had items in common, so printed inventory label with items already marked off
see this sample
What a ver clever idea - I decided to copy both versions and see which is the easier for me to use, will then back and use again!!! Thanks for all of your hard work - you have made the life of thousands of people so much easier!!! Susan
I actually have not changed the Clear Inventory Labels, I still use the ones in Post #1. I do still use this system, and make up 2 cards for every new in colour that is released, one with the clear inventory label and the other blank. It makes it so easy to find the right colour when working on a project, and easy to file the card back beside the matching colour helps keep everything in order.
I can see where changes could be made especially since the craft ink is only available in Black & White, and textured cards stock is no longer available, etc. I guess I am just used to having everything in the same order, so have Not updated the clear inventory labels. The document is made in Word so you should be able to easily edit it to suit your needs. I would definitely add the word "Other" on the right hand side after embellishments. If you read the attached document Rolodex Cardstock System (same as in post #2) you will understand how on the Left column items remain in stock, but the Right hand column will vary as items are consumable. If you update the clear inventory labels please feel welcome to post them to this thread as I don't think I will be changing my inventory label since most of my stash is pre 2010, I am just a hobby demo now.
However I have updated the Card Stock Labels for all the colours from 2004 up to 2012-2013 annual catalogue.
If you decide to do this project the (Rolodex) Address die is now retired, so you could just use 1/4 sheet of cardstock and cut in half to 4.25” x 2.75” pieces, and file in some type of a box. You do not need to download all the files previously mentioned in this thread, just the Clear Inventory Labels in Post #1 and the ones attached to this Post # 11
Location: Currently upstate New York - it could change...
Thank you, THANK YOU! I bought a Rolodex, thinking that I would use it to index my stamps, got well into the project (weeks of my life gone...), and decided that I was going to hate it, so I abandoned it. Just yesterday I was wondering what else I could do with this somewhat pricey item, and today I find this thread! Can you say "serendipity"? Thanks again!