Let’s talk about how to store and catalog stamps? Today I’m going to show you how I catalog my MASSIVE amount stamps in an organized binder system with categories ON A BUDGET! I will also show you what type of containers I store my stamps in. This stamp storage system has worked for me for over 2 decades and I love it! All the storage solutions I use are listed below.
I’ve created a video for you so you can visualize and see exactly how I store my cards, and how I protect them before they leave the nest to venture off into the world via the postal system.
Protect your hard work and rest assured they won’t get damaged in the mail when they leave your loving creative hands! 💗
How to Store and Catalog Stamps Video Tutorial
My A to Z Cataloging:
A- ABC & 123 (Numbers)
B- Animals & Insects
C – Baby & Children
D – Birthday & Parties
E – Borders, Frames, Shapes & Backgrounds
F – Characters & Cartoons
G – Collage & Vintage
H – Flowers, Leaves, Trees & Outdoor
I – Household
J – Love, Hearts, Valentine’s & Wedding
K – People, Family, Jobs & Fashion
L – Poems, Sayings, Sentiments & Words
M- Religious & Sympathy
N- Assorted Sets
O- Toys, Dolls & Bears
P- Vacation & Travel
Q – Foods, BBQ & Dining
R – Christmas & Winter
S- Thanksgiving & Fall
T – Halloween
U- Easter & Spring
V – Other Holidays
W – Summer
X – Circles, Swirls & Flourishes
Y- Scenery, Maps & Masculine
Z – Miscellaneous
Cricut File for Tabs (Must have Design Space)
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How to organize Stampin’ Up! Stamps
Stampin’ Up! Stamps already come in a container, but if you organize them properly you will ALWAYS find the stamp you are looking for. I do this by copying the insert of every set I have than putting them in categories in a binder. It’s an easy foolproof system. You can get my category list on my blog.
How to organize stamps
If you organize all your stamps properly you will ALWAYS find the stamp you are looking for. I do this by using the clear insert from every set I have and putting it in categories in a binder. Alternatively, I stamp each image on copy paper and slip the paper into the appropriate category in my binder. It’s an easy foolproof system. You can get my category list on my blog.
How to organize sentiment stamps
If you organize all your sentiments properly you will ALWAYS find the sentiment you’re looking for. I do this by using the clear insert from every sentiment set I have and putting it in categories in a binder. Alternatively, I stamp each sentiment on copy paper and slip the paper into the appropriate category in my binder. It’s an easy foolproof system. You can get my category list on my blog.