I’ve recently written a few posts about ways to store and use clear mount stamps. Makes me feel bad for my wood mount sets, so I have created today’s post in honor of them.
I absoultely love my clear mount sets, but I still order wood mounts for sets I expect to use in workshops or for sets with teeny tiny or repetitive images – I don’t like to mount, stamp, clean, unmount, repeat for all those tiny little stamps. For example, you couldn’t PAY me enough to maintain Teeny Tiny Wishes (incidentally one of my favorite sets) in clear mount. So, there’s the upside to the wood mount sets. Here’s the downside – they flop around in the cases and rest on their side, so I am always having to lift them out to see the image on the top. To prevent this, I decided to stuff a few scraps of packaging paper (that wonderful boa-style paper that comes with our shipments from Stampin’ Up!) into the open spaces of the box. And…fixed. No more worries. Everything fits nicely and stands the way they are supposed to stand.
As you can see, I stuffed the paper into the back of the stamp set box so that I don’t have to look at it when the stamps are stacked on my shelves. The stamps just look like they are packed perfectly into their little shell.
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