You all know I love organization!!! Today, I’m sharing with you a few ways to store your Paper Pumpkin Stamps. Believe it or not, my way is probably the least “organized” but it works for me and my space. I hope you find these useful and let me know if you store your Paper Pumpkin stamps this way!
Each month, I get a little stamp set in plastic like shown above for Paper Pumpkin. These stamps are fabulous because they have a little bit of everything in there. After a year or even a few months, you have have basic greetings like Birthday, Thinking of You, etc. As time goes on you even get the holidays like Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc. I go back to these stamps A LOT for specific holidays because I know I have variety in there. This also helps me not have to buy another stamp set from the Annual Catalog for that holiday. This is super handy when I really only want to make 1 or 2 cards. Try out Paper Pumpkin, even for just a month or 2. Click here to try it out!
Okay so back to the topic….what do you do with these little sets of stamps each month?? For me, I have a plastic shoe box that I throw them all into. Nothing fancy or super detailed. The little shoe box can be found at a big box store for less than $1. I added a label on the side and end and toss the set in each month! It works for me and I have room for it like this for now!
There is a more organized, pretty way to store your stamps too!!! Each month, Stampin’ Up sends an email after Paper Pumpkin has arrived (around the 20th of the month). This email has details for buying refill kits, alternative options for using the kit pieces, AND a printable stamp set image. This can be printed a trimmed down to fit in a Clear Mount Stamp Case like the photo on the right.
It can also be dropped into a 3 ring binder sleeve with the stamps and even the color flyer from the kit. The awesome thing about this print out is that it shows the samples of the cards and the entire stamp set. Now you know if an image is missing or you can quickly see what the stamps are without having to dig through a box. You can also print it in color but I used my B&W printer.
How do you store your Paper Pumpkin Stamps?? Are you going to try out one of these 3 options?? Let me know in the comments below!
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