Finally, I don't have to guess if my stamp will fit! I made a sheet for each set I have (and even color coded them). The S1, L1, S2, L2, etc refer to the Small and Large sets within each shape. I also measured the size and wrote that down as well--very helpful when trying to make something in Word to fit.
I cut the page down the middle so it would fit through the cuttlebug. They are pretty snug in the page protectors, so I don't think they will slide around much.
The circles and squares need two pages, but rectangles and ovals I got to fit on one page (even the scalloped rectangles fit on one page!)
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009 GMT Views: 2142
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Tue, Jun 02, 2009 @ 8:53 PM
Love this idea, going to have to do this someday in the next three, four months. Summer is hopefully on it's way. It took my poor brain awhile to wonder why you cut the sheets in half for the cuttlebug, but when I get around to doing this I would have figured it out. TFS this great idea!