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Unread 02-15-2017, 05:01 AM   #1
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Default Using a Rolodex for sentiments?

I apologize if this discussion has already taken place but I couldn't seem to easily find the topic. Does anyone use a rolodex just for easy reference for sentiment stamps? I'm intrigued by the idea but wonder if anyone has any tips. (I use Evernote to catalog all my stamp sets, but I'm looking for something easy to sit on my craft table so I can easily see all my "happy birthday" stamps, for example. Then I can go pull the appropriate stamp set.) Thanks in advance for any help you might be able to provide!
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Unread 02-15-2017, 08:49 AM   #2
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Patter Cross uses a Rolodex for hers: Triple the Scraps: Rolodex.

I gave it a go and HATED it! For me, it was too unwieldy and I couldn't see them all at once to compare, etc. Mine are all stamped on ATC-sized cards (2 1/2" x 3 1/2") and stored in trading card pages by theme, and the panels that the stamps themselves are on are organized in the same order as the stamped cards, in page protectors in bins, appropriately labeled...
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Great idea! Thanks, Sue!
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this project is on my "to do" list - thanks for a terrific idea. I try to keep all of my hundreds (thousands) of stamps "in the brain" but at age 70 the brain isn't working as well as it used to
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Patter Cross uses a Rolodex for hers: Triple the Scraps: Rolodex.

I gave it a go and HATED it! For me, it was too unwieldy and I couldn't see them all at once to compare, etc. Mine are all stamped on ATC-sized cards (2 1/2" x 3 1/2") and stored in trading card pages by theme, and the panels that the stamps themselves are on are organized in the same order as the stamped cards, in page protectors in bins, appropriately labeled...
I know this would not work for me. I write out the text in a composition book to practice my writing.
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