Old Style Case Storage

New Style for 2018

You do not need to invest lots of money to keep your stamp space tidy. This stamp pad storage costs pennies… 1/2 sheet of card stock for each stamp pad plus a sheet of foam core board for strength and separation and a bit of time. You can arrange your stamp pads any way that makes sense to you. I now have mine sitting on my window sill with a shelf over it keeps my stamp pads handy but off of my limited counter space. I could move them back to the cabinet where I had them before, but that cabinet is now filled with stamps, punches, and all those other supplies I keep in stamp cases. My entire stamp storage is 56 1/2″ wide and 3 1/2″ high. Another arrangement could be the In Colors on a 5th row and the specialty inks on the end.

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I think Rooted in Nature is one of my favorite stamp sets in the 2018-2019 catalog. It has all the qualities of the beloved Lovely as a Tree with the added benefits of coordinating Framelits. It’s great for masculine cards. It can be used for Christmas and really any season. I shared a similar card a while ago, but hadn’t made a video. I made it at my in-house SIP Together, so it was time to make the video.

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Buy three of these Designer Series Paper packs, you will get a fourth free!

Now is a great time to join my team! A color family assortment of Classic Stampin’ Pads sells for $67.50 and you can get one free if you sign up in July!

Sign up now. Get your choice of $125 products for $99. Plus if you include 3 packs of Designer Series Paper, you’ll get a free 4th pack. Plus 10 ink pads in the color family of your choice. What a deal!

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Such a lovely card. It looks fancy, but it’s really quite easy. If you already have a greeting stamp, blocks, Stampin’ Dimensionals, and a Stampin’ Pierce Mat, all the card stock, Designer Series Paper, ink, and envelopes comes to $62.95. You could then select the Lots of Lavender stamp set as your Sale-a-Bration item and get that free!

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I saw this stamp set and thought of my granddaughter. She wears these shoes all the time. You cannot buy this stamp set… You can only get it free during Sale-a-Bration with a qualifying order of $50 here in the US. I was kind of surprised how quickly this card went together. I think you can hear that in my voice on the video. This card is an easy one to get started with too. There is no need for a Big Shot Die Cutting Machine or even punches. You can do this!

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I am moving from my tiny craft corner to a little bit larger “craft wall.” The room is small, but I plan to use every inch along that one wall. The room still needs to be available as a guest room with the Murphy bed and a baby room with the Pack and Play and diaper changing for babysitting our granddaughter. All the craft stuff needs to tuck away out of sight for the guests and safely locked up for the baby. And it also needs to be clear and safe for our new Guide Dog Puppy in Training to play while I craft.

There was just no room for my Color Caddy. What to do? I didn’t want to spend lots of money after splurging on the granite counter. I am so happy with what I came up with! I have a great storage solution for the price of one sheet of foam core board, some card stock, and adhesive. It even gave me a place to tuck in my Stampin’ Scrub!

You can make it for just a few stamp pads or for the whole collection like I did. I usually include links for the supplies, but you probably really do have everything you need. I used Fast Fuse to make each stamp pad box, but you could use Tear and Tape. I used Glue Dots to adhere the boxes to the foam core board, but you could use any adhesive.

Click here for the free directions including the dimensions for the Memento, Stazon, and VersaMark pads.

And Click here for the updated storage for the new 2018 style stamp pad cases.

 

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There is a sale on Designer Series Paper through the end of October!

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The Daisy Delight bundle will have you making all kinds of cards. I also used the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper® for this project. The hardest part is deciding which of all the gorgeous designs to use!

I think this is a fabulous beginner project. You could make this card with just the Daisy Delight Bundle, the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, the Whisper White and Night of Navy Card Stock, and the two Classic Stampin’ Pads. The Embossing Paste adds a lot of texture for not much money, but I suppose you could use a different design from the Designer Series Paper. You won’t need a Big Shot. You could cut the banner ends with Snips. You don’t have to use the glitter. You could stamp the flower center instead of the Faceted Gem. You can do this!

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