Are you getting the most from your Paper Pumpkin stamps AFTER completing the kit? Are you constantly trying to remember just where you saw that sentiment? Do you want a simple storage solution that has a cohesive look with your other Stampin’ Up! stamp sets? You are in luck. Stampin’ Up! has made these stamp set case inserts available for us to make it easier to store our Paper Pumpkin stamp sets and extra pieces.
USE STAMPIN’ UP! CLEAR MOUNT CASES
The clear mount cases from Stampin’ Up! come in a set of 4 and measure 7-1/2″ x 5-1/4″ x 5/8″ (19.1 x 13.3 x 1.6 cm). The stamp case inserts fit perfectly. Click on the Month or Title to get your stamp case insert. OR login to your Paper Pumpkin account and download them directly.
I do not have enough space to store my Paper Pumpkin stamps on a shelf. Therefore, I use clear envelopes and keep them in a clear bin (works like a drawer for me) on my shelf. I like to be able to flip through my stamps and the envelopes are perfect. The Stamp Case Inserts will need to be trimmed to fit the 5-1/2″ x 7-3/4″ Avery Elle envelope.
What do I do with the leftover consumable pieces? I separate them and put
the glue dots with my other adhesives,
ribbons and twines are kept in a drawer/box,
die-cuts, extra card bases, envelopes, etc. are stored in either the clear envelopes or zipper-topped document bags
The zippered document bags fit into notebooks. If you are someone who likes a clean look of notebooks on your bookshelf, you might consider creating a notebook for each year or even by theme.
Here are the links to my favorite storage products. (I have an Affiliate Relationship with Amazon.com and receive a small compensation for purchases made through these links.)
PAPER PUMPKIN CASE INSERTS
I have included the stamp set images and links for the stamp set case inserts below. Click on any of the links below the picture to download the associated Paper Pumpkin stamp set Clear Mount Case insert pdf. Stampin’ Up! has made these available for us to make it easier to store our Paper Pumpkin stamp sets and extra pieces.
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