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Old 02-19-2011, 08:14 AM   #1  
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Default How do you store unmounted 6x6 rubber stamps?

I have about 4-5 6x6 unmounted rubber stamps (mostly scrapblocks) that currently "live" on the acrylic/plastic backing they came with. Is there a better way to store them? I'd like to be able to store them together with my other unmounted rubber stamps that don't have proper storage yet either........ I like those binders that Sunday International and Gina K sell but they won't fit. Any thoughts? TIA!
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:24 AM   #2  
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I have the larger size of those type of binders. I got my first couple from Sunday International and then got the rest from 3 Ring Binders, 3 ring binder, CD Packaging, CD Storage, CD Cases, Clear Mailers, Clear Envelopes, CD Sleeves, CD Pages, Adhesive Pockets, Boxes, Albums, Environmentally Friendly, Eco-friendly (same binders, cheaper price). The pages have come from Sunday International. I am using this method for all of my stamps, and unmounting all of my wood mounts.
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I unmounted and organized all my stamps this past summer. It was a huge project and took me at least 6-7 weeks to get it done. I put all my stamps on acetate sheets, then store those in page protectors in binders. For myself, this is the easiest, most organized, and most cost effective way to have a system that works. I posted pictures of my system on my blog if you want to take a peek: Cat's Stamp Storage

Scroll down a bit, the first part are pictures from camping in the Rockies.
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Old 02-20-2011, 01:32 PM   #4  
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I use the Stampendous Stuftainer Thin (seen HERE) for all my larger unmounted rubber stamps including backgrounds. You can't fit two 6x6's in one though so I put one in there with A2 size backgrounder or other larger stamps. You can also buy the Thick size and could use both halves of the container to mount. I usually use inside of lid for white paper with stamped images to reference what is inside. Good luck with whatever you decide!
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