Main | Storage Solutions: Punches (Part 1) »

Saturday, January 01, 2011


Kimberly Garofolo

Super cool! LOVE it! :)
Thanks for sharing! xx

Jennifer Harris

Great system - can't wait to see everything you organize!

Rachel Z

Your book is gorgeous. I would like to know how you did the divider pages . . . chipboard?


What a clever idea, using neg holders for border strips.
I'll have to investigate whether we have all those different sizes of photo holders here.
Love you binder-what a fun project.


Oh how cool! Now I hate I didn't flip through it while we were together...this is a neat idea for my acrylics...what do you have to offer for wooden stamps?


Angela-I don't own very many rubber stamps. Basically, I make them into cling stamps by taking the rubber part off and using them with removable adhesive on an acrylic block.

Rachel Z.-I made the dividers with two pieces of thick cardstock. The front side is thick patterned paper, and the back side is swiss dot cardstock from Bazzill. They seem to work well, but if the binder were going to be handled by more than one person, I would have sandwiched a piece of chipboard in the middle of the patterned papers and sewn around the edges for more support.

Thanks for visiting!

love love love this jenn!! and so need to do this with my ever expanding sc stamps ;o) you clever girl you ;o)

oh jenn was going to ask about the bigger sets of sc alphas? do they fit in here? you know noah, natalee etc?


The larger stamp sets (like the months stamps and alphabets) fit into the 8 x 10 sized sleeves.

This is a great system! I love how cute your dividers are! :) Thanks Rey and Jenn! :)

I love this! Using the negative sleeve pocket is genius! I'm going to start working on organizing my stamps right now. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful project!

Jackie Ashton

Love this idea - have got my folders just need to sort my stamps now and find some various size card folders.

I love how you've managed to categorize your stamps. So far, I've only put them in photo pockets and into a binder... Will see if I can find a better way later, but... After not finding photo pockets here in Norway, I had to resort to crop in style's clear pages.

Kirsty Riach

I love this and want to start making this straight away....only problem is finding the pages in the UK, tough work! May just have to crack out my new sewing machine to make my own, lol!


super cute jenn! if i ever have to reevaluate my current method, i'll be copying this!


Awesome ..

caroline hancock

i LOVE this and i love the papers you have used too
i really need to sort my stamps out, mine are in a tub on my desk right now


wondering how big your binder is... 8.5x11 or 12x12?

Erin M

I've been wanting to do something similar. Thanks for posting--now I know where to begin!


Vera, it's an 8.5 x 11 binder from Target's school supply section.


I love this!

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo
cccjenn's items Go to cccjenn's photostream