Welcome to Week #20 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about a Small Crate Storage, so be sure to check that out.
This week I want to finish up talking about Stamp Storage…
Week 20: Mini Stamp Organizers
The smallest Stamps that Close To My Heart carries is their ‘M’ size stamp set which fits into these adorable Mini Stamp Organizers.
The ‘M’ is the first letter in the item number and, I’m assuming, stands for Mini and are typically made up of a single image or two with the image(s) being no more than 2″ tall/wide.
Before we get into another use for these cute little boxes, let me share the Close To My Heart pricing structure for Stamp Sets as of May 2022:
- M size – $3.95
- W size – only available thru a CTMH Maker!
- A size – $7.95
- B size – $10.95
- C size – $14.95
- D size – $18.95
- E size – $3.195
This chart can be super useful, especially to a CTMH Maker. When I refer to a particular size of a set, such as when I say, “Every Close To My Heart Cardmaking Kit comes with an exclusive B-size Stamp Set!” Over time your brain will determine the approximate size of that set.
Okay, now let’s get to the good stuff…Embellishments!
As you can see in the picture to the left, I also use these adorable little boxes for storing my embellishments!
My sidekick Juju Kitty likes to chew on plastic every chance he gets so I needed a place where I could keep all of the embellishment packs organized and away from his little teeth. These Mini Stamp Organizers became the perfect solution for me!
I tend to organize them by the things I use the most vs. the things I only use on occasion. But for this photo I blended Stamp Sets with a partial box of my ‘Color of the Year’ (Wildberry) Embellishments so that you could see how you can store both.
Next week I will talk about how I break down my embellishments per Mini Stamp Storage boxes, but let me warn you… Things are about to get a little cuckoo – LOL. You’ll see. 😉
Do you have Paper Crafting Organization questions?
Please be sure to leave your questions in the comment section below. I’d be more than happy to share a solution with you in an upcoming blog post.