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People, Places, and Things - Stamp Storage - My Julie Nutting Doll Stamp Collection

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Posted By Linda4atc [Profile] [Gallery] Category People, Places, and Things
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Date Posted 04-30-2023 04:56 PM Number Of Views 58
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Title Stamp Storage - My Julie Nutting Doll Stamp Collection
Description The container I am storing my stamp collection in. I have had it for a long time so I can't say if they are still available. It is a Sterilite brand and the blue thing is the container lid.

Inside each side loading pocket sleeve I have a heavy duty clear acetate sleeve I trimmed to 8.5" x 10.50" and rounded the corners. I then sorted out my cling stamps and put them on the acetate. I only had 25 acetate sheets so I could not back the stamps with them. You could probably slide them in the sleeves without a back if need be.

But I have a little electric heat tool with a wheel on it made to fuse plastic sheets together. I had lots of top loading sheets and cardstock. I slightly trimmed piece of heavy cardstock, put it in a page sleeve then fused and trimmed the open edge, and excess width of the plastic page. they made great backs for the stamp loaded acetate sheets.

And I actually prefer these backs to the clear acetate because it hides the stamped works in progress I store behind the back sheet. I sort these stamped images into recycled envelopes.

I have 18, side loading page pockets in it. This fills the box but it is not overly stuffed. I actually divided my doll sets, so I have Quotes all on one page, Hats purses and some of the accessories that fit several dolls, and the odd embellishment stamps all together on separate sheets. (that is just a personal preference, But I made a tablet with removable tracing paper pages. I stamp the complete sets on these pages in that little tablet I keep with the stamps. Then I can layer the tracing paper images to see what a dress would look like on a print paper, or if a hat, or skirt from one doll would fit another doll.
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