Storing Photopolymer Stamp Sets

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Two weeks ago I pulled out this stamp set, Peaceful Pines, to use for the first time. Before “christening” it in an ink pad I thought I’d take the opportunity to show my novice rubber stampers how I store my photopolymer stamp sets. And in the end, you end up with free window sheets! As we say in Louisiana, “lagniappe!”

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9 thoughts on “Storing Photopolymer Stamp Sets

  1. Thanks, Amy, for these tips. I have been stamping for a while, but had not seen this way of storing my photopolymer stamps. I’m always interested in finding new ways of storage my supplies and will look forward to your tutorial on storing clear stamps.

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  2. Love this idea, Amy, as I find the layering cumbersome as well. Question: any problem with the stamps on opposing sides sticking together?

    Great video. Tfs!!

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