Creative Cards and Crafts is a new store opening in Villa Park. I'll be teaching a Copics Technique class there in April. They offer many other creative classes. You can visit their facbook page to see all the cool things coming up. Hope you can join me! Please contact the store to sign up!
Kevin just released several new images! The new images are currently available as rubber only. This is how I've been buying stamps the last few years - less expensive and saves on storage! A couple years ago I unmounted all my Stampin' Up! stamps. What a journey! :o) It was worth it! I'm so glad they offer unmounted now.
First, I cut out all the images and then placed them on an adhesive backed mounting cling foam, EZ Mount, that I can use with my acrylic blocks. EZ Mount is avilable in thick or thin. I prefer the thin, which comes in black. When I first decided to buy rubber only and place them on mounting foam, I bought a hot knife - not that expensive and well worth it!
After I cut them all out, I used a white gel pen to write the image number on the back, making sure it was in the upright direction of the image. Some image shapes are more obvious than others - I have stamped an image upside down. :o) I allowed them to dry 24 hours before I put them away.
I can fit all my SS images into one very large binder using stamp storage panels. It has a storage area where I can fit my inspiration cards. I use a permanent maker to note the image numbers on the panels. I found that if I needed to "erase" the white gel pen or permanent marker on the panels, StazOn cleaner works.
When I first started buying the images, I printed a catalog checklist from the Stampscapes site. I put the pages into sheet protectors. I organize my images bascially by size, and fill in images where I have space. I can't always remember the image number, but I can remember if it's small or large. :o) For the new images, I just slipped the image sheets that came with the rubber into sheet protectors.
Now that I have the new images mounted, I'll have to design something with them!
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