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Old 01-04-2013, 06:49 AM   #1
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I keep all my SU cling stamps in their original containers. I am starting to run out of room. I like to keep them either up right or horizontal in a way that is easy to flip through to find what I want. Any ideas? Space is limited.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:04 AM   #2
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Have you combined a few sets into the same DVD container? Two sets often can fit, and I just put the cover from the second set in the pocket on the other side. I haven't worried too much about labeling which sets are in the case, but that would be smart probably
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I removed mine from the clear case. They can be placed on a cling sheet and put into a pouch and then into a bin or basket so that you can flip through them. Chris Simon has a wonderful description of how she does this...
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She does hers with all her sets split up (as do I) but it could be done with one, two, or three sets in one pouch, keeping your like sets together.
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The DVDs fit nicely into plastic "shoeboxes" that you can get at Home Depot. Seventeen or so will fit in one. Of course you need room for the shoeboxes!

In all the upscale studio tours I have seen online, I've always seen SU DVDs lined up on shelves.

That said, I am in the process of taking mine out of the DVD cases, They take up too much room. I can get several sets on a storage panel, slide the panel into a page protector and stand them in a bin.

But if you really love the DVD cases, I think Terri's idea is excellent. There are many sets that really don't need a whole case to themselves.
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Nice and thank you for Chris Simon's link!! I've been working on organizing my clear stamps and I started by laminating a sheet with an image of the stamps, I was thinking of putting them into binders, so I'm going to rethink it a little before I finalize this! AWESOME HELP though, thanks!!
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Old 01-27-2013, 07:13 AM   #6
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Does anyone use a binder to store their unmounted stamps and nestabilities? I found these sheets and wondered if anyone here had any experience with them? Are their sheets that slip into a sheet protector? Would that be better? If so I suppose I could just trim off the holes but maybe that isn't necessary?

I'd like to find a way to store nesties in a binder too. I was thinking a stiff page with magnatic strips so that they didn't pop off when turning the pages. Ideas?
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I have some of those and they are nice. If you want to slip them into a sheet protector easily, you will probably want to trim them. It's not a problem. I use my guillotine trimmer and round off the corner with a punch.
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I took mine out of the cases and store them on cling sheets slipped inside a page protector and then put them in a binder. Although since I've seen how fionna51 keeps hers in a bin and can quickly flip through them, I've been thinking about doing that. Eventually I figure I'll stop spending so much time organizing and reorganizing and actually start creating something. . .sigh. . .

And the stamp-n-store panels are what I use.
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