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I unmounted all my stamps last summer and have never regretted it. (I had over 300 sets to do!) This thread has been a tremendous resource for the case inserts. Thanks to all of you for your hard work!
Melodious Mingler Grandma My Gallery
Can I just say I love all of you SO much? I JUST started actually unmounting my sets (I was in the "Contemplation Phase" for most of a year, or more) and I don't think I really would have ever started if I hadn't found out that people had made inserts for old sets! This is going to be so awesome! THANK YOU!
I made an alphabetical list of SU Inserts I need, and please forgive me if I missed a set already posted or requested
Days Gone By
Sassy and Seasonal
Thanks Be To Thee
Tree For All Seasons
Thanks so much for your help, I am definitely not a technical wizard! I am so excited to get my sets all labelled. You can make them like the others, I print them in black and white.
In crafting, there are no mistakes, just unique creations- Mercedes Ricks
I am in need of a few of the inserts that I have not seen posted yet and am posting in hopes that some of you techo wizards can help me out.
I really appreciate all of you taking the time to do this for those of us who are not inclined to figuring this out. I want you to thank you so much for being so kind and giving to help out fellow stampers!
Here is my list:
Home for Christmas
Spotlight on Christmas
A Cardinal Christmas
Humor in High Heels
Sleigh Bells Ring
Thanks for any and all help - I hope some day that I can return the favor!
I would like to know how important the spine images are to everyone. Do the inserts seem incomplete without them? Are they so small that they are not really useful? Does it matter to you if the spines have the images or not?
Here is Autumn Splendor. I am trying to do Background Basics but I can't find a good image of it. I know, I know, I should just go on to the next one but I get so, uh, focused I can't seem to switch paths sometimes.
Thank-you to all for your talent in making these inserts. I have a request if someone thats techno not challenged like me,would make a blank stampin-up green template that the top border goes around to the back. I want to do a full sheet of paper front and back for the DVD case so I can put more than one stamp-set in a container and stamp on the cover front and back and write on the spine. Boy thats clear as mud, isn't it. Hope someone understands, I would copy an example but there again you need to be more computer savey then me!!!!
This one is done already according to the Excel worksheet which appears as the first post in this thread.
"For all you do" is post # 14 according to that list. Hope that this helps you - at least you will have 1 finished.
I just got the My Digital Software that these inserts were made with so once I
learn how and master it, I will try and post some of the inserts for others to continue to do what others have done by helping me.
Thanks everyone for all of your time and help!
Last edited by HisChild89; 05-31-2012 at 08:17 AM..
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These documents are editable. Here are the .doc versions. These a both the same except the one document has lines and text showing where the data goes. The one named DoubleFullCaseTemplate-Plain doesn't have any sample data.
Now that I'm working on unmounting a lot of my retired sets that I don't ever plan to sell, I'm wishing I'd been more vigilant about saving all the PDF catalog files! Thanks so much to everyone who's posted an insert layout!
Symbols of Solicitude
Touch of Nature
Todo lo Mejor (Best Yet, Spanish)
__________________ Rachel Proud SU! demo and Sci-Fi Geek!
My Stampin' Up! blog "I'm a time traveler -- I point and laugh at archaeologists." 10th Doctor, "Silence in the Library"
I wanted to be able to put two sets in one case and I also wanted an image on the insert so I designed this insert.
Unlike the other case inserts I have done, this one is a little more complicated. At some point I may try to convert it to MS Word but for now you must use a program that can edit PSD files.
This was done in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9. It has several layers and each layer must be edited individually. Each layer is self-descriptive I think. You just need to replace the text in the text boxes with your text and replace the images. I scanned my Framelits to get the images I used.
After printing out the insert you will need to cut it to size (thatís what the blue line on the left side is for) and fold the spine area (thatís what the small dotted line at the bottom of the page is for). You will also have to cut the top and bottom off. This should be approximately 7 x 10ľ when youíre finished.
I know this document isnít perfect but after spending hours and hours on it, even with a starting place, I decided that good is good enough.
I realize this document wonít be very useful for a lot of people but I still wanted to share it with those who know how to edit PSD files.
thank you kalakitty for sharing your template for making the cases, this will help me to reorganize my stamps (converting wood to clear mount). I love stampin up and have been making (or trying to make) my hand made cards. You are never too old to learn. Thanks you once again.