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Easy Organization of Stamping Supplies - Take Two

If you are like me you are always looking for Easy Organization of Stamping Supplies, right? If you follow my blog you saw on October 4th the first great idea..if not, check it out.

It really annoys me when I need to find a stamp set and I have to dig through a couple of shelves (well, ok, a bookcase full) of stamps to find it. Then, if I need to be sure that it's currently in the Stampin'Up! catalog, I have to find my catalog which is always somewhere in that mountain called "What needs to be done today."

So after seeing my post on October 4th, I've been hearing about other systems that my stampers have put into place to help with decreasing the "hunting" time and increasing the "stamping" time.

Today, I'm sharing with you another great idea for tracking your stamping supplies at a glance. One of our stampers, Nancy Cunningham, has shared her system for identifying retired items as well as for classifying them for easy finding. Check out the stamp sets below--see the colored labels... Labels

She uses 1/2 X 3/4 Avery colored labels and to maximize thriftiness, she cuts them in half.  You can find these labels in any office supply store or at big stores like Walmart.  Here's her simple coding system:

Pink labels are used for general stamp sets
Orange labels are used for verses, words, sentiments
Green labels are used for Christmas and Winter stamp sets
Yellow labels are used for are Stampin'Up! Textured Impressions Embossing Folders


Labeled stamp sets

So using Nancy's system, you can see at a glance and zero in on your favorite stamp sets by focusing on the color of that category! Notice she places the label down at the bottom of the stamp case spine so that you don't cover up the set name or the images.

I love it when a plan comes together! So, thanks, Nancy, for sharing with us.

If you have a great organization idea..share it with us! Leave me a comment and I'll chat with you about it!