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2 Comments

  1. Bev, I am a hobbyist demonstrator. I wanted to organize my stamp room several yrs ago. I heard how wonderful Evernote was and asked you about it. When I saw it was a computer thing I freaked out and stopped. I know very little about any tech stuff and I mean little. Is it possible for me to try this? I really do want to organize better. I am now printing your labels for the stamp cases. You said you organize by alphabet. Is that for all stamps or alphabet by category like Birthday a-z, baby a-z, etc I really need help. Where do I start? Thank you so much for the labels. K8

    • I absolutely think you could benefit from Evernote. Email me and we can set up a time for me to talk you through it if you like. bevadams@verizon.net

      I organize all my stamps, dies, etc by alphabet. Evernote will allow you to separate out whatever you are looking for. Once you have identified what you are looking for, then whatever helps you find it will work.

      My card stock is arranged by alphabet as well, though I have my paper sampler and color chart arranged in rainbow/spectrum order. Strangely, I have my ink pads organized by color family and then in rainbow order. It seems to work for me.

      I have a few retired odds and ends that are not with my current products. I have them tucked away in various boxes and cupboards. I note where I stored them in my own Evernote notes. Like yesterday, I was going to toss some old Christmas tags. They had some mini jingle bells on them. I decided to keep the jingle bells… but where did I put the container? With Evernote I didn’t have to search. They were exactly where the note said. Yay!

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