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Old 10-20-2019, 02:18 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by gregzgurl View Post

I put each set in its own clear bag, with a label identifying manufacturer and set name - shown below are my labels dies.

All of those clear bags go into one envelope (I used Close To My Heart stamp/paper envelopes - you can buy them empty, but I had some from stamp sets I'd purchased):


I really like the way you organize your dies. I don't have dies or a cutter yet, but both are coming in early 2020. (new to the scene in general). I've been wondering how to deal with these items, and your way is awesome. I've got tons of storage options for crafting materials, but keeping them organized, that's going to be interesting.

Question: Who / Where is your source for those nifty zip lock bags? I'd buy a huge box of those if I could find a source that sells a multi-size box. I use zip lock bags for all sorts of other inventory management, but never have the right sizes. Also, in regards to your reference to "Close To My Heart stamp/paper envelopes", is that a brand, or a seller?

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Old 10-20-2019, 05:54 PM   #42
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All of the bags that I'm using are those that my Unity stamps came in. You can buy packs of 150 in different sizes at Hobby Lobby:
Self-Sealing Storage Bags | Hobby Lobby
Michael's, JoAnn, and Walmart have similar, also. I don't like "floppy" bags, so if I need to shorten one, I just fold the excess to the back and secure it with packing tape.

Close to My Heart is a stamp company and those envelopes are what they package their stamp sets in. They also sell them empty, though:
Stamp Envelopes (Z335) | Close To My Heart
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