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Old 05-04-2009, 06:46 AM   #1  
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I just received an order from The Greeting Farm and discovered something when I was trimming my stamps.... If you remove the white backing from the stamps before trimming, you can stick the stamps back on it when you are done. You can then slide this sheet back into the clear packaging the stamps come in. The packaging remains flat and it's much easier to store. Also, it is easier to visualize the stamps. Previously I had just put them back in the bag and they were a jumbled up mess....

Just wanted to share this; I hope it will be helpful.

I just wish I had figured it out sooner.
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That is a good tip. But when you have a lot of unmounted Rubber stamps. Then storage can be a problem. At least I found it was.

I now store all my unmounted Rubber stamps on White Plastic Storage boards in a zippered Notebook.

And right now I am re-doing the notebook. I purchased some Plastic Sleeves with 3 holes and I am now placing the White Storage board with the index inside the sleeve and then placing it in the notebook. I can get more Stamps per page.
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I use the Store More Stamps by Little Monkeys system for my EZ mounted stamps. I really like it. I just purchased more sheets so I can put 2 in each sleeve. It works well for me!
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I just got the snap-lock cases from Unity and I love them. I was storing my unmounted on 3 1/2 x 6" pieces of laminated matboard, but I like the cases much better.

http://www.unitystampco.com/stamps/2..._Storage_Cases
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I'd never seen that product from Unity. Thanks for sharing the link, they look pretty cool!
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Be sure to look at the inserts for the cases. I didn't include a picture but they are with the rest of the strorage stuff. I stamped the images on white paper and taped it to the outside and then put the stamps on the back. I could store stamps on both sides, but I wanted to see the images. You can put a ton of stamps on the inserts.
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Those are alot nicer than the Regular CD cases. Which I used to use.

The one reason I went with the White Plastic Storage Sheets, Was the lack of room with using the CD cases.

But now that I use the Notebooks I have a lot more room. and dh doesn't even have a clue on how many stamp set's I have.
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