Video: Clear and Cling Stamp Storage + Giveaway!

Hello!

The sweet Ali Edwards asked me if I would be interested in guest blogging for her. Honored, I created a video of my clear and cling stamp storage since I had been getting lots of questions.

Head HERE for all the details.


Here are links for the products featured. Again, for more information, head HERE or HERE.

See you soon!

GIVEAWAY!

 

Interested in trying out some Avery Elle Stamp Pockets? Want to win 50 pockets? For your chance, leave a comment here by 6/27/13 at 11:59pmEST.

 


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819 thoughts on “Video: Clear and Cling Stamp Storage + Giveaway!”

  1. Jennifer, I saw a video where you showed storage sleeves for 6×6
    stencil storage. The sleeves were 6.5×6.5 which would also fit my background stamps. I didn’t hear you say where that could be purchased. They had a flap at the top that you cut off. I would appreciate any info you can give me as I have been looking but can’t find anything this size. Thank you, Shirley Maxwell

  2. Have a question regarding the stamp, etc., storage. I see that your have the stamps according to company, but then how do you organize these stamps that are filed behind the company category? For example, you have 50 stamp and die sets for GinaK. What order, if any, are these file pockets in and how labeled? Hope this made sense and hope you see this. I love everything you do and shared with us. God Bless.

  3. Hi Jennifer. Do you keep the original packaging? I don’t know if I should throw it away so I don’t have to store those as well. I am not a designer, I just do it for fun.

  4. I am so brand new to that all supplies is welcomed. I loved some of your You Tube videos and they inspired me to connect to my creative side.

  5. I really like your use of the fridge bins for organizing. I am thinking seriously about implementing some in my organization attempts. Tyfs

  6. It is daunting to get a system started…I have large clear envelopes separating my stamps but I think having them in individual pockets would be much better.

  7. Hi Jennifer, and Happy Labor Day. I am having difficulty with all the stencils I have bought, (Tonic, 6×6 MFT, craft stores, Hero Arts, etc.)and basically everything in my craft area is out of control. I always need more storage, and in the last two year’s I believe you said it was the Year of the Stencil. Any help I can get with this storage is appreciated (I already have the looseleaf binder clips from Amazon for TH). Have a blessed day, Lee (aka Lillian) Conradi

  8. I have watched tons You Tube videos on organizing craft rooms, stamps, etc. Your videos, by far, hands down, are the best. I absolutely LOVE your craft room. I am a neat freak as well. I want everything in it’s place. I want everything hidden …. except what I want to be shown. You’re amazing. Even if I don’t win anything, THANK YOU so much for sharing … AND the content of your videos. Straight to the point, instructions, supply list … You’re amazing!

  9. Jennifer, you have inspired me to organize my stamps and dies in pockets (especially after receiving some in my Crafty Goody Box already to go!). I started this project a few years ago with some white divider cards that did not have a tab on top. I like these best because the tabs are usually too small. I have not been able to figure out where I purchased the divider cards! Do you know who might carry the white divider cards without tabs? I have exhausted my search. Thanks!

  10. After watching your organization system video, I re-organized all of my stamps, dies, stencils, and embossing folders. Because my collection is not as extensive as yours and I do not know my inventory as well, I sorted them by theme but put all item types into the same category and bin so I can find coordinating items. I love the fridge bins and the poly folders as dividers and used these items as well. Thanks so much for all of the education and inspiration you share!

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