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Friday, 23 January 2009
I Always Thought I Wasn't a Stamper!
Topic: Supplies

Over the years I have purchased rubber stamps (and acrylic), some mounted and some unmounted. A couple of years ago I divided up the mounted ones and stored them in pizza boxes. Then I realized a few weeks ago that the unmounted ones are stored in sets that don't necessiarily fit into the same categories, so I started to catalog them. 

I started pages for various categories: flowers, scenics, trees, borders, backgrounds, text... and stamped each image on the appropriate page. Beside each group I marked the location of the stamp and whether mounted or unmounted. It took 52 pages!

Now I want to create an index so I can look up by keyword and find a specific stamp or theme without going through everything I own.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 6:00 AM PST

Friday, 6 February 2009 - 12:42 PM PST

Name: "Gabi"

Wow!

That is a lot.....

I have given up to stamp it on paper to catalog my stamps.....

I just put them into boxes which are marked liked "animals" "Christmas"  ,... that´s all.

Greetings from Austria

Gabi

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