We are back today with stamp set organization and storage. I have stored stamps in a number of different ways over the years, and my latest set up is definitely my favourite. I store my clear stamps in double fridge bins. These are the perfect size for our storage pockets. My stamps are all stored by line, and they are in alphabetical order within each line.
I store all my stamps, except for the Pure Innocence ones, in the Large Storage Pockets. For each set I print off the set graphic from the MFT site. I like to have the images printed for two reasons, the first is for easy identification of the images when I am picking images or sentiments. The other is so I can make sure all the images make it back into the pocket when I am done stamping. I tend to have multiple stamp sets out at once, and it can be a challenge figuring out where they all go at the end of a stamping session.
Each storage pocket is labelled with one of the labels from the MFT Resources section on the blog. If there are two labels on the pocket it indicates that the pocket also contains the coordinating dies. I like to cut apart my dies and I house them in the small storage pockets, which is placed inside the large storage pocket with the stamp set.
My background stamps are stored in Fridge Storage Bins. These bins are just over six inches wide. I currently have two bins that are getting pretty full, so I am thinking I will need a new one soon. :)
The background stamps are again stored in alphabetical order. They are stored in 6x6 Page Protectors. Each stamp is labelled with a label downloaded from the MFT Resources section.
Be sure to check out the MFT Blog to see how the rest of the team organizes their stamps. I'll be back again tomorrow with my Die-namics storage.