October 17

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Kathy McDowell

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  • Regarding the stamp case inserts.  I print them out as a Word Document just as they are.  (I suppose you could cut and paste the ones for the sets you own and just print those.  I just print them all and keep them ready to use if/when I get the other sets.)  Then I cut out the rectangles that match the stamp sets I own.  The rectangles will be about 3/4" x nearly 4".  This little slip of paper will have a colored square on the left side that shows the catalog and the section of the catalog where that stamp can be found.  You will put the slip of paper into your clear stamp cases in the front of the case, in front of the insert that comes with the set with the clear plastic in front to hold it in.  The colored square will be on the "spine" of the stamp case so you can easily sort your stamps by those categories.  For instance, all my Perfect Plum sets are greetings, so I keep those all together.  The larger portion of the slip will be on the bottom front of the case.  There's a blank space there on the inserts that come with the stamps.  This will place the catalog, page number, number of stamps in the set, and the item number and price for both the wood and the clear mount sets.  I find that very helpful.  The slips can be put into the wood mount sets too, but you will need to use just a tad of adhesive to keep it against the inside of those stamp cases.

  • BTW, you can find all different colored M&Ms at the Factory Card Outlet store on US31 next to Half-Price Book store :)
  • Hi Kathy,
    I'm very excited to get my starter kit! Should be here on Monday!
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