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Location: along the bluffs of the Mississippi River
This won't help much, but i have them in an old printers tray. They were popular about 20 years ago and people collected miniature country decor items and filled printers boxes with these miniatures. I had it in a pile for the second hand store and it thought it would be great to hold my $1.00 stamps. Most of them are displayed in that. Looks cute because most of them have colored, cute labels!
My fall/Halloween stamps are in a tin box from Stampin' Up. So are my Christmas $1.00 stamps.
All I want is the chance to prove money won't make me happy!
Location: Currently upstate New York - it could change...
I have them intermingled with all of my other stamps (bare rubber and photopolymer and acrylic and silicone and whatever else comes down the pike) organized by theme and style on laminated cardstock in 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" page protectors in binders. I keep the carrier sheets and stick them on copy paper and those go into my index binder, which is alphabetical by manufacturer. I got annoyed with them falling out of the trading card pages all the time, and found that they took up too much space that way, anyway (I'm all about consolidation).
Within you there is a solitude and peace to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself... I'm blogging again...