Are you one of those crafter's who are in constant search for the right storage system for your supplies? Well, I'm guilty as can be. Believe me, I tried so many things but its just hard to stick with your original storage when your stash keeps on getting bigger and your space is getting limited. I tried to avoid using the EZ storage panel and the plastic storage money wise. A week ago I got an email notice that Joann's Fabric and Craft store are having another sale on their different craft storage. The EZ panel, which was $6.99 was down to 50% off. I took this chance and finally made my mind and bought a bunch. Each pack has 5 panels and I picked the kid that doesn't have a tab, to avoid paying more.
These unmounted stamps were stored in CD jewel cases. But I just reached the point now where I don't want to grab CD cases everytime we are in Walmart or Target.
BTW, I can't find my mojo and having crafter's block at the same time; and I can't make a single darn card. Instead, when I got the EZ storage panels that I ordered from Joann's, I start mounting my stamps immediately.
My original plan was just to put those panels with stamps in a regular 3-ring binder. But when I started mounting the stamps in the plastic panels, some of it doesn't cling all that good. I am worried that I might lose some especially the small ones, so I went ahead and ordered these white 1 1/2 inch plastic storage binder at Univenture.
This is how it looks inside the binder. Isn't it nice and clean!?
I decided to go ahead and use the same storage system for my favorite clear stamp brands like the ones pictured, my MFT collection.
My Funkykits collection: Sugar Nellie/Gorjuss Girls
So new house, new craft studio and new storage system for my stamps. Hope this time, I made the right choice regarding stamps storage system because I am really getting tired of spending money for this reason.