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Old 02-19-2010, 09:02 AM   #1  
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I recently attended a stamp convention and bought about 6 sets of the JustRite stamps. I had never seen them before and loved them. Probably went a bit overboard but what else is new! Anyway, for those that have more than a few sets, how are you storing them?
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I had a hard time deciding how best to store my JustRites, too. I found a JetMax cube on a clearance rack that's worked out well, and here's why: The drawer had removable dividers that, if all of them were used, made a bunch of equal-sized compartments. I found that when I left out one of the pieces of the divider, it made compartments that were the perfect size for the font trays. I still have 6 or 8 smaller comparts that are the perfect size for my different stampers, borders, and centers. I may not have described it very well, but I'll try to post a picture when I get home so you can see what I'm talking about.
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Here are a couple of pictures of the storage system that works for me. Hope this helps make sense of what I described!
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That looks ideal! Thanks for taking time to post the picture.
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I store mine in the Snapware Snap N' Stack craft organizer...the two-layer medium rectangle one that can be seen here (third one from the bottom):

http://www.snapware.com//product_buy.asp?dept%5Fid=3001

The stampers fit in the undivided layer and the sets fit in the dividers. The larger circles and ovals have to be on their sides, but they fit. You can find them at Target.
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I have tried several different systems for storing my JR stamps and finally have settled on using the 9-slot baseball card dividers. I stamp a piece of cardstock with a picture of the stamp that I insert together in each slot. That way I can see at a glance all the different stamps. Each set fits on a single sheet. I am able to get every size of JR stamp except the largest circle stamp....(3-1/4). These sheets are then placed in a notebook/binder.
The large circle stamps are stamped on CS like the other stamps and then placed in a zippered cd holder.
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Here are a couple of pictures of the storage system that works for me. Hope this helps make sense of what I described!
I just received my very first JustRite stamps today and I want to thank you for this fantastic storage idea....I have those JetMax Cubes and used one for mine too!!!!

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I store mine in the Snapware Snap N' Stack craft organizer...the two-layer medium rectangle one that can be seen here (third one from the bottom):

http://www.snapware.com//product_buy.asp?dept%5Fid=3001

The stampers fit in the undivided layer and the sets fit in the dividers. The larger circles and ovals have to be on their sides, but they fit. You can find them at Target.
LOVE this idea thank you so much. I know what I am buying next time I go to J's.
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Ohhh...I have like 10 sets and they all fit into a shoe box size plastic container along with their mounts. What I do is I put them in little plastic bags and label them with my label maker and keep the insert that comes with the stamps folded in my box for reference...I love it, it works great for me. If anyone interested, I can take pictures, just let me know.
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Thanks for these ideas, girls, am hoping to get some of these at the next craft show I'm going to in March!
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I used SU clamshells & embellishment containers. Here is a link to the pics on my blog:
http://stacystampinscrappin.blogspot...s-storage.html

I like the idea above of the Snapware as well. I have some of those ones with the little dividers that would work, too.
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