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Old 04-07-2007, 07:50 PM   #41  
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I have a fresh idea for this thread... ok, so it's not MY idea. It was in one of my stamping mags awhile ago. If you don't have a ton to store, or have a set or two you use a lot, you can stamp all the images once, then frame them in a nice frame w/glass. Put the actual stamp on top of the framed image and display it on the wall! Does this make sense? Hope I explained it ok.
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Old 04-07-2007, 07:53 PM   #42  
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Ummmm, you mean like acrylic stamps? Mine are on their orig. sheets and in a clear folder/baggie/pocket thingie. I don't have a ton, but they take up way less space than the wood blocks. just with there were more of a selection. They clean up great with a spot of dishsoap in a small bowl of water. I clean them up at the end of a session along with my brushes. Am I helping here, or am I on the wrong track ?
never thought of that. good idea. i usually just use my stamp cleaner and scrub it but they always come off the block then i have to stick it to my finger to get a better grip and scrub it. duh!!! thanks for the tip.
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I store all of my unmounted stamps in CD cases like others have mentioned. I have pictures in my gallery.

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