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Happy Friday :)

About a week ago I posted a question about how you keep track of your stamps (Click HERE to see that post).

I had tried to organize mine once before in a binder but by category. I couldn't keep up with it. I prefer to keep my stamps in their original sets so I decided that I'm going to organize by company and then I can just flip through my binder and look at what I have. Most times I can remember what I have, but if I start ordering a few sets of a particular company I can't always remember what I've already ordered. I like that I'll be able to just flip through the binder and see what I have instead of having to rummage through CD cases or looking all over my clip-it-up.

Here's a video on how I'm putting this system together.

Watch below | Watch on You Tube

CD cases: the regular CD cases are getting harder and harder to find locally. Sometime I can find them really cheap at Big Lots. I did find a package of 12 at Staples but the price was crazy. I know there are lots of online stores that sell regular CD cases and I also  know you can buy them without the hub in the middle (the hub is what holds the CD in the case)...We buy them at work so I know you can get them online :)

I hope you have all have a great weekend.
Hugs,

9 comments

  1. TY for the info. Okay on stamps, but how do you keep track of what's on Cricut cartridges? Now that's a challenge for me. I started once upon a time putting in a binder a list of which carts had phrases, cards, letters, particular shapes, etc., but didn't keep it up, and that was at least a dozen carts ago. I wonder if you or a followers has a suggestion.

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  2. I found my CD cases at Office Depot. They are Memorex brand and they were a couple bucks. The only problem is they are only available in stores not online.

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  3. Hi Christina. I keep tack of my stamps the same way but instead of stamping them onto the GP white, I place the stamp package on my printer and print it in black ink on the GP cardstock. Saves a bunch of time! hugs, eileen

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day;) Glad you like the sign! Thanks for sharing how you store your stamps! Organizational tips are always helpful! Thanks! Plus, I'm a big dork and didn't even think about using computer cardstock for my cricut! So thanks for that little tidbit!

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  5. What a great idea.....I just thumb through all my stamps to find the ones I want to use...tfs

    PS Yes Wal-Mart still carries this card stock....and in other colors too....I used the white and black all the time...

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  6. Hi Christina, You don't want to see my scrap area (scary!). At one time, I even thought about going all digital, but I just love working with all my tools and I know I would miss them! Anyway, thanks for the video - I don't want to clean my house, so maybe I will organize my stamps instead!

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  7. Hi Christina, Thanks for sharing. Just wanted to say I’m doing a blog hop and add your blog to my page. Please stop by and see what you have inspired me to do. Thanks and join in on the hop for a chance to win some great goodies!

    AJ Scrapbook & Cards

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  8. What a GREAT Idea! I need to do this with my stamps cause its been a couple of times where I buy the same stamp twice. I think next weekend I will be busy doing this. Thanks for the great tip.

    Melissa
    Meli85gr@aol.ocm
    www.mycreationsbymelissa.blogspot.com

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  9. I have used this system for my digi images because they are on disks or my computer it is easier to keep track of them.
    Kim xXx

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