Craft Room Organization Tips & Tricks – Stamps

By January 3, 2020 January 12th, 2020 Design Team Tips, General







Large Stamp & Die Storage Pockets (Avery Elle)




During the Craft Room Organization Tips & Tricks week, we are offering a weekly $100 Ink to Paper Gift Certificate!


To enter, participants are required to share a photo of your stamp organization and share it via the link below. See the graphic above or Rebecca’s project as a reference. A randomly selected winner will gain an entry to be eligible for the weekly prize. We can’t wait to see what you make!

Only one entry per person and the deadline is January 5th at 6am. This post will be updated with the randomly selected winner who gains an entry for this week’s prize.

Weekly winners will be announced on our December 2019 Winners page.



Congratulations, Meghan! You will be entered to win the weekly prize!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


  • 1
    Sandy Booth says:

    I was so excited to see some great organizing tips, however, I am unable to check it out. PLEASE do not use the gray color print! Those with vision issues, like me, are unable to read it!!! I used a magnifying glass and still could not read it! Also, the pics were quite muted too. Hard to see exactly what you were showing. This seems to be an Ink to Paper thing lately. Disappointed.

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      Kim Burckhard says:

      I have trouble too and do not have vision issues other than reading glasses. I have to snap a photo and enlarge it to see what it says.

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    Annette Gordon says:

    Everyone is so organized! I have to confess I am not all that organized cardmaker. It is not unusual for me to go and look through all my dies to find the one I want. But I guess the benefit is I am reminded of all the dies I do have! But my stamps are a bit more organized so I think I can enter today’s challenge. And these challenge’s are great as it is motivating me to get more organized! But I would rather spend my time and money on the cardmaking supplies themselves instead of on the cost and time to organize.

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