- a three ring binder (mine is for 8x11 inch paper and it is 1 1/2 inches deep from Staples)
- card stock or paper to fit your binder (I used white card stock from Staples just for a little sturdier weight)
- page protectors to fit your binder (mine are heavyweight sheet protectors from Staples, I think the package has enough to hold 70 sheets)
- tack-it-over and over adhesive ( I got mine from Amazon, but Repeat Impressions sells it)
- a clear block
Because the adhesive needs time to dry, the first thing I did was scribble a fine layer over the backs of all my stamps. If you are not familiar with tack-it over and over, it is a removable adhesive that will allow you to mount your stamps to a clear block over and over without having to reapply. After you have applied it, allow it to dry for several hours or overnight.Flowers". Then I stamped each image that fits in that category and labeled them with their item number and names. I also included the dates I got the stamps. Since I have a lot of the flower stamps, I filled the entire page, but you will see later on that some of my pages are nearly empty--leaving room for when I get more stamps in that category. On this page, I have "Vase of Tulips", "Tulip Bouquet", "Sunflower" and all the stamps from the "Flower Power Separates" set.
Holy Crap" set, "Music Background" and "Bass Harbor Light (lg)"
I hope this gives you an idea for a way to store all the fabulous unmounted rubber stamps from Repeat Impressions. It is so much better than how I was storing them: in the mailing envelope I got them in.