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Stamp Storage Question

Posted by Jennifer123 (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 18, 03 at 10:02

I was just wondering if anyone knows of a place to buy clear plastic containers to store my stamps in? I have a bunch of sets from Stampin up that came in those clear containers, I would like to get some more of these to hold my other stamps in sets. Thanks for any information.


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RE: Stamp Storage Question

Try a packaging company. The one below has a few different styles and sizes. The pvc ones can be ordered individually, and there is one the size of letter paper for 94 cents.

I store most of mine in pizza boxes and plastic drawer units like Iris carts. With a pizza box I turn it inside out so the writing is inside and write the stamp names on the lid.
Unmounts are stored in large ziplock baggies with a cardstock sheet that has the images stamped on it.


Here is a link that might be useful: plastic packaging

RE: Stamp Storage Question

What about using those acrylic box frames? I get them when frames are on sale at Michael's or AC Moore or RS. You can cut one side out of the cardboard insert and use it as a lid (goes inside the frame). You can stamp the image on the cardboard lid so you can see from both sides what you have in there. Just a thought.

RE: Stamp Storage Question

I've found some acrylic boxes at Wal-Mart for about $1.50 each. There are some larger ones too for about $2.00. They are hard, not the kind that Stampin Up stamps come in, but they do work well. They are by the jewelery supplies and jewelry storage containers in the craft dept. Also, your Stampin Up demonstrator can order the Stampin Up ones for you as supplies. I've seen them on e-bay as well. Good luck.

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