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Old 11-02-2007, 01:33 PM   #601
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I know this isn't so much a "tip" but I found that things got infinitely easier for me once I got some decent storage for my cardstock! You want something that keeps things neat and is big enough for 12x12 sheets, but still lets you see everything. I separate my paper by the SU! color families.
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What a wonderful resource you have shared. This is a wealth of information and all so easily accessible now. I started compiling this for awhile but it has grown so much and now it's such a better complitation for all of us to enjoy. Thank you, thank you so much, Nan
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Apply sticky strip to the metal strip on your SU Ribbon holders so you can hold the loose ends in place.
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Thanks for all the great tips everyone!

Tip for stamp camps when you're having to quickly move from table to table... Wear an apron with plenty of pockets to store your adhesive, scissors, bone folder, markers and any other supplies you need to have on hand. So much easier to move from table to table without having to drag along an armload of supplies or a tote. Most of these items would even fit in a fanny pack if you prefer that to an apron........
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heres my idea....know we all love to share...but I hate how studioG stamps are so hard to store...so I put them in CD Cases...i pulled all of them off their sheet, and put the sheet with the image on a piece of cardstock, and stored the stamps inside..i fit 2 to a case, so now i just flip thru the cd's to find what I am looking for!!!
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I have found that baby wipes clean stamps really well.
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When I want to place a brad or eyelet on a card but can't decide exactly where I want it or what color to use I use my hole punch to make "brads" from scrap CS, then I place the "paper brads" on the card as a guide.

I also cut all my DP into 6 x 6 squares, this makes it easier to store for me because my paper shelf is just a smidgen to small for 12 x 12 sheets.
I just did this this week so I haven't taken the time to decide how I will store the paper yet, been to busy making b-day cards, so right now it sits in a plastic bag but my paper storage shelf looks so much neater.

For my embossing powders I embossed a small image on paper of each color then used a circle punch to match the size of the EP lid so now I can just look at the lid tops in the drawer and know what color is in each jar and it also shows me what the color will look like when it is embossed.
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Okay, I have updated the file with the last few tips.
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Sorry, but I got quite a chuckle out of this one! Gave me a rather humorous mental picture.
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I guess its just laziness but I cut the backing off of brads with my wire cutters and put a glue dot to adhere to paper. It saves punching a hole and having to deal with covering up the back of the brad. g
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Make LOTS of Get Well cards and put them on your mantle. When someone drops in unexpectedly and your house is a mess because you have been stamping all day instead of cleaning it, they will think you have been too sick to clean!!

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I'd also like to know if it has to be a SU eyelet in order for the 1/16" punch to work. anyone?

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If you didn't get an answer, no doesn't have to be SU! but it has to be the thinner eyelets. Some of mine I have to pound into submission -
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Okay, I have updated the file with the last few tips.
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This is a great thread!!
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Stamp pad labels - print out your stamp pad names in 12 font on address labels, then punch them out with your word window punch. Peel the backing and adhere! For SU Stamp pads (the newer style), the word window punch fits perfect on the end of the stamp pad!

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I love the Get well cards on the Mantel idea... you crack me up. Love all of these tips. I stamp off images in my craft room, put them on a clipboard and in the evenings while watching TV with hubby, I can color and keep company with him. I keep colored pencils in a coffee mug next to my chair and scissors to cut out images. Oh, then I put the colored images in recycled junk mail envelopes that I have rescued and organize my colored images.
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When I was taking a class at one of my LSS, the owner had the emboss powder stored in the plastic containers. For the scoop, she just used a small folded piece of card stock. I know we all have scraps that we save because 'it will come in handy for something...'

I also save white or cream snips 'n scraps to check how a pen color will look on the same color cs. Just swipe the pen on the cs. Also, because I can't remember just what the color scarlet or fushia, etc. will actually look like with other colors I have used.
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I store my EP in the Glad containers too--works like a charm and I emboss much more since I've used this method. I store a plastic toddler size spoon in eeach GLad container with each of my colors--the handles are long enough that I don't get EP on my fingers when scooping and the spoon part is small enough to get the powder where you want it.
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Well, you guys are keeping this thread pretty active right now, so I updated the file with the latest tips.

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Love this tip. Thank you
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Since I'm fairly new to the stamping craze I'll be waiting for more tips to be added. It's taken me two days to read through this list but it's been great!

Thanks to all who have contributed!
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I keep a emptied out post-tart box or small empty container on my stamping table for putting my garbage in to keep the table clean then I don't have to get up and put them in the garbage every so often I just dump the box at the end of my stamping session. This saves me so much time.
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I use a small piece of foam (it came in a package I received in the mail, similar to the CTMH foam in their sets) under my cardstock when stamping with unmounted stamps on acrylic blocks. The image comes out much clearer.
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This is a great post! I have two to add:

1) As a few people have said, look for storage outside of the traditional craft store. My eyelets are in a small plastic box that has even smaller boxes inside meant for screws and such. My 12x12 paper is in those cubes that I added shelves to using zip ties. My stamp pads are in an old cassette holder I got at Goodwill for $5. You just need to be creative.

2) I love this tip. When you want to add some glitter to a project, use a glue dot! You can put a glue dot in the middle of a flower or on another item and put glitter over it. You have a great glittery circle and doesn't have to dry.
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Just bumping this thread to the top again . . .

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make your own 3D mounting squares with small pieces of craft foam (Fun Foam). It comes in different thicknesses and lots of colors, and can be cut to any shape. Stamp your design on cardstock and cut it out. Cut a piece of craft foam smaller than the stamped design, and use double-sided tape on the top and bottom of the foam to attach the cutout to your project. Or, a small amount of glue such as Scotch Quick-Dry Tacky Adhesive can be used instead of the tape.

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Founded exactly what I was wanting the other day at WalMart. Spotted their pot lid holder (coded with white vinyl) in the kitchen supply area. It stands up with about 4 to 5 slots for pot lids. Just perfect place my scor-pal, my lightbox and papercutter. I was looking for something like this in the office supply stores and never found anything I liked nor the cost. I've been wanting something to hold these items by storing them sideways. (only cost about $5 - $6)
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I haven't had time to go through this entire thread, so this may have already been listed: I put one drop reinker in the little dimple on the top of the reinker lid so I can see the color rather than to have to lift each bottle to read the label. Caution: it takes a few days to dry out.
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My tip is to make your own 3D mounting squares with small pieces of craft foam (Fun Foam). It comes in different thicknesses and lots of colors, and can be cut to any shape. Stamp your design on cardstock and cut it out. Cut a piece of craft foam smaller than the stamped design, and use double-sided tape on the top and bottom of the foam to attach the cutout to your project. Or, a small amount of glue such as Scotch Quick-Dry Tacky Adhesive can be used instead of the tape.
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Founded exactly what I was wanting the other day at WalMart. Spotted their pot lid holder (coded with white vinyl) in the kitchen supply area. It stands up with about 4 to 5 slots for pot lids. Just perfect place my scor-pal, my lightbox and papercutter. I was looking for something like this in the office supply stores and never found anything I liked nor the cost. I've been wanting something to hold these items by storing them sideways. (only cost about $5 - $6)
That sounds like such a good idea. Do you have a picture?
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