Join me as I share my New Stamps Organization. Organization is such a key component of design and card-making as a whole. For me, if I do not have my products in an organized, easy-to-find place, I cannot produce my best work. Getting new products and finding a good way to display them for visual appeal and function is an integral part of the creative process. Today, I will talk about my Stampin’ Up! Stamps.
I have been discussing Organization all week and helping you as best I can to see how I store things in my Stamping Studio. I will put links for the things I use to hold my products in case you are interested in finding them easily. Thank you for coming back each day this week to see more! I am so grateful for every single one of you.
Today I will focus on Stamp Assembly and where they live in my Stamp Studio. I love the fun new Stamps in our upcoming 2023 Annual Catalog! Stampin’ Up!’s Stamp Sets make me happy. The artists at Stampin’ Up! do such a great job designing them. And every single year I fall in love with so many different ones.
New Stamps Labeling & Organization
Here is a quick video about what I do with new Stamps as they arrive in my Stamp Studio. I work on adding the sticker labels to the foam mounting using a clear block. Watch the video below to see how that works. This process helps me to align the stamps evenly with well-placed labels.
In the photos above, I am showing you how I assembled new Cling Stamps. If you didn’t watch the YouTube video above do it so you can understand the process fully.
New Stamps Organization
I have 3 cubes in my IKEA Kallax unit for Stamp Sets. This photo above is just one of them. I love to have my retired sets in the back and current in the front. Since we have yet to be able to purchase many stamp sets from the upcoming 2023 Annual Catalog, I photographed a cube that is organized with the sets that will be retiring. soon located in the front and the older retired ones that I chose to keep, in the back.
After I first put my stamp sets together with all their labels in place, I alphabetize them and place them in one of the cubes in my Kallax Unit where they fit. This system really works for me but I would love to hear where you all store your stamp sets. Please comment on this post and tell me how you store yours.
Above, I am attaching a copy of my YouTube live stream that took place on Tuesday, April 12, 2023. It shows all of my organizers. I will be sharing them with you one at a time in these blog posts. I hope you will join me next week for another live stream on YouTube. They happen every Tuesday night at 8 pm EST on my YouTube Channel. Below is my Organizing New Dies video and Organizing the New Ink Pads video. If you missed those, check them out.
I would like to share with you the products used to organize the stamp set portion of my Stamping Studio.
Product InfoStamp Assembly Product List
I hope you enjoyed the glimpses into the organized areas of my Stamp Studio. If you would also like to view yesterday’s blog post on Ink Pads & Blends organization, click here.
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In January, I will be having a CARD Fiesta Class on the 10th and 24th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at a local Mexican Restaurant. Come socialize with other stampers, eat Mexican food, and stamp some cards. There will be a variety of cards for you to make each session. Feel free to invite a friend. For details to attend, contact me. I would love to connect with you there.
Nibble and Kits
This year, I will be starting Nibble and Kits on the third Sunday of the month at 3 pm EST. This month’s gathering will be on the 18th of February and March’s will be on the 24th. All you need to do to be able to attend is purchase a Kits Collection Kit from me anytime from the date of the last gathering up until the current one and I will send you a ZOOM link to attend. Bring your Kit to work on. Feel free also to bring a snack of your choice, hence the name Nibble and Kits. You can order one from my online store search under Kit Collection, or I have a few kits on hand that you can get cash and carry. I hope you try this out and join me. Contact me if you have any questions.
Paper Pumpkin Subscribers
Also, I will have our Paper Pumpkin Procrastinators Group meet on the last Friday of the month also at 7 pm EST. This month’s gathering is on the 23rd of February and March’s will be on the 29th. I will send you a ZOOM link for this gathering as well. That is my way of ensuring that all my subscribers get their kits done every month. If you have any questions, let me know.
If you didn’t know, I livestream on YouTube on Tuesday nights at 8 PM EST and on Thursday afternoons at 1 PM EST. Replays are also available if these times do not work for you. I also have plenty of video content for you on my YouTube channel to stream at your leisure, so keep going there for more video instruction.
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See you tomorrow for more fun content!