Monday, January 17, 2011

Mojo Monday - #3

Happy Monday!  I got an email from a blog reader suggesting a Mojo Monday topic of organizing clear acrylic stamps.  Thanks Becki for the suggestion.  I am going to break up this request into a few parts.  Today I am going to start by showing some products in the market exclusively designed to store stamps.  Then later in the week, I am going to upload a video on how to make your own storage system with some supplies you can find at the office supply store.

First up is the Cropper HopperCraft Binder.  The inside pockets are ideal for acrylic blocks and oversized flat embellishments. Hold unmounted stamp books (CH92578) and sticker pockets (CH92576). Measures 15.25"Hx14"Wx2.75"D. The Binder retails for $19.99 and the empty books retail for $9.99 for 3.

They also make stamp books for unmounted stamps which fit inside the craft binder:
Next up is the Inkadinkado Stamp Storage Binder.  Inkadinkado Stamp Storage Binder

This adaptable binder system is for storing clear stamp sets and supplies. Includes five clear pocket sheets plus storage tray area in the back perfect for blocks and more. Retails for $19.99

If you don't have shelf or storage space, the Stampendous Thin Stuftainers would be a good solution.  These clear reusable top-opening boxes fit standard vertical magazine holders. The "Thin" size is great for keeping clear stamps clean and organized. The "Thick" size is perfect for clear stamp blocks, ink pads and stamping supplies. The "Thicker" size is ideal for wood stamps, glitter tubes and more. These retail for $2.49-$3.49
3 Available sizes:
"8.5 x 11 x .44"
"8.5 x 11 x .63"
"8.5 x 11 x 1"
The last storage system I have to show is Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Stamp Binder.  Durable faux leather construction 3-ring binder features 3 refill pockets, inside pouch ideal for acrylic blocks, zipper closure and a coordinating identification tag. Great for storing unmounted stamps but can also be used for masks, stencils, stickers, rub-ons and more. Use TH92473 refills. The Binder retails for $29.99 and the binder refill pages retail for $2.99 for 5.

I hope this sparks some ideas for storing some stamps.  To find these products click on the Stamping section of the website.  I will have all of these on sale this week. 
Check back later this week for a new video of DIY stamp storage solutions. 

{{Hugs}} Mimi 

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