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Organizing Stamps And Embossing Folders

Woodcut Stamp Art
Woodcut Stamp Art

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I don’t know about you, but when I started buying stamps and embossing folders I thought simply putting them into a drawer would be a good way to store them. I was wrong. Teeny tiny stamps got lost at the bottom of the drawer. Some of the stamps stuck together. Sorting through the stamps and embossing folders was a real pain. In fact, I started to not use the stamps at all because it was just too much work to sort through all the ones I had. The embossing folders were another story because I did use them from time to time, but it was still a pain sorting through them.

I began to wonder how I could organize my stash without spending a ton of money on pre-made organizers. I thought about binders, but then I had to figure out just what would work and if my idea was really practical. I devised my plan – began executing it and here is what I came up with. I love this organizational system and I am sure you will too.

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If you’ve found another method that works equally well, please share it. I still need a way to organize my wood mounted stamps!

 

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