Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Baby Onesie with Cricut Paper Trimmings Cartridge

 This cute baby boy onesie went together in a flash with the new Cricut Circle Paper Trimmings cartridge.  This cartridge is exclusive to the Cricut Circle members.  They've had some great cartridges lately - last quarter's was Sophie and it was beautiful! To find out more info about the Cricut Circle, click HERE.

Here's a close up of that Cricut Paper Trimmings cartridge:


I got this onesie at Walmart for around $3, the Heat 'n Bond and the fabric in their fabric department.

Here's the instructions from there:

  1. Iron fabric using heavy starch.  Iron onesie where image will go. Then, Iron Heat ‘n Bond onto back of 6” x 6” square of yellow fabric and onto back of 6” x 6” square of blue fabric.
  2. Set the blade at 6”, speed at 3 and pressure at 6.  Multi-cut 2x. Using Cricut Paper Trimmings cartridge, cut Moon at 3” using the yellow fabric.   Cut Moon-s at 3” using blue fabric. Remove paper backing.
  3. Iron on Moon and Moon-s according to package directions. Do NOT over-iron as it won’t stick.  (Ask me how I know...LOL!)



Don't forget I am giving away a full set of this month's My Creative Time Stamps and matching die!  Thank you, My Creative Time!








How can you win?

1) Leave a comment telling me how you store your stamps.  Click HERE if you don't know how to leave a comment.
2) Subscribe or follow the blog!

That's it!

Winner will be announced next Monday, October 31.

Can't wait to get these stamps?  Head over to My Creative Time to purchase them!

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205 comments:

  1. An absoultely adorable onsie! Your fabric creations are a true inspiration!
    Thanks for sharing
    Susan

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  2. fabulous onsie, love it!!! I store them in a box right now, looking for a better way though. I am interested in more info on the Cricut Circle I am going to check it out,Thanks!

    Eva :0)
    evascrapslife(at)gmail(dot)com
    http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com

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  3. Definitely an inspiration. I have a new niece and I think it would be fun to make her custom outfits!

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  5. What a sweet onesie! I love it! You definitely make me want to try working with fabric!

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  6. Oh...how cute!! I agree your fabric creations are awesome....you give such great ideas...I'm a lovin' it!

    I also am having a hard time waiting til Nov 1st...eeek....can't wait to order Tis The Season....I sure hope your site is all set for a click and order.....wahoo....

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  7. Cute onsie. I store my stamps in 12 x 12 drawers. Unfortunately they're not too organized.

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  8. Very cute!! I really have to try cutting fabric on the cricut.

    I store my stamps on a off brand clip it up. Works great, everything at my fingertips.

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  9. Oh so adorable!! I have not dared to try fabric yet. In due time.lol. I only have a few stamps and right nnow i store them in an accordian folder, and my wooden ones in a Wal mart bag. there is only a couple so far.
    Thanks for another chance to win.
    mexicopetshop at hotmail dot com

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  10. Very cute! I currently store my stamps in a drawer next to my craft space. Need a better idea though - it is starting to overflow!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  11. This is soo adorable!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

    Candace
    mypassion4scrappin.blogspot.com

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  12. Great onesie, I am having a baby shower for a friends daughter and we are having everyone bring a onesie with something on it (I will be cricuting mine) and will then give them to the mother-to-be. Thanks for the giveway (I gave my stamp storage idea yesterday).

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  13. Cute onesie! My stamps are in plastic containers, so lots of digging is involved :)

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  14. This is such a cute project. I don't have any exact science in storing my stamps I have them in a three storace bin. and they are in no order. TFS

    Luria
    riad2004@bellsouth.net

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  15. very cute. great idea. tfs. i don't have a storage solution for my stamps. wish i did, it would make life easier.

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  16. cute onesie. Love it. I store my stamps in a basket for now, I dont have that many at the moment, but add to my collection whenever i can.

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  17. Love the onsie. So cute! I have a co worker who is expecting a boy soon, I might do something like this. Of course, I don't have that cart, but I am sure I can find something similar.

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  18. Cute onsie!! I store my stamps in the rolling carts with drawers in categories (ex. flowers, birthday, baby). You can get these at staples.


    Brenda W.

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  19. Thanks for the chance to win these great looking stamp sets! I love that you share such wonderful ideas on using the Cricut! Thanks so much!

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  20. Love your onesie, I store my stamps in binders

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  21. Joy the onesie is soo cute. I am expecting to new grandbabies very soon and I believe I could do this project! Thanks for sharing!
    surfnfroggie

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  22. Joy, this onesie is adorable. You are so creative! I appreciate your sharing your wonderful projects.

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  23. I transfered them all from their packaging to a page protector system. How ever my stamps don't stay stuck to the page protectors and fall out, so this summer we were getting rid of a lot of our old CD's and I saved all the good cd cases and will switch them over when I can get in to my new craft room. I hope this works or I may really regret getting rid of the pakages.

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  24. Great project! I left my organization tip on yesterday's post. I hope that is ok! Store them in my plastic drawer cart!

    Julie

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  25. Very cute onsie. I store mine in either drawers or the in a box in the packaging they came in. I guess I do have a large alphabet in a binder with my sticker letters. Forgot about it.

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  26. Great idea! I store my stamps in a plastic box. Not very organized unfortunately!

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  27. Sweet onsie. I store my stamps in a drawer right now. I have been thinking about taking the wood ones and removing the stamp part. Any pro or cons on this?
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

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  28. I'm not brave enough to try fabric iron-ons yet. I'm still getting up the nerve to try vinyl. I've only had my Cricut for a few months and haven't had time to get "proficient" at it yet!

    But this onsie is ADORABE and I wish I could do this as a baby gift for my new nephew!

    PS - Love the stamp set also (and would love to win!)

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  29. that is so cute! great project.
    Hmm i still don't have stamps but if i have them will store them inside their plastic clipped and hanged.

    Luanne
    myfootahead(at)gmail(dot)com
    http://craftersreference.blogspot.com/

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  30. So cute....such a great way to create a personalized gift too

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  31. Such a cute onsie! I am really looking forward to receiving this cartridge as a Circle member, I just love it!

    scrappindhilly at gmail dot com

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  32. I store my larger stamps in a photo box. I have the little single ones in a binder that has slot pages for baseball cards.
    mema
    wilsonp five eight at yahoo dot com

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  33. I LOVE Emma's designs!!!

    Your onsie is just precious!!!

    I store my few wooden stamps in an acrylic box. For my peel and stick stamps, they are also in a box in my stamping drawer. Since I don't have too many, this works for me. I'm curious to read the other posts for ideas!! THANK YOU!!

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  34. this onesie is too cute!! thanks for sharing

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  35. cute! would like to try something like that. it sounds easy enough. ugh, stamp storage. i store mine in a box but there has to be a better way. it is not very convenient. any suggestions? punkinlowe@hotmail.com

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  36. Adorable onesie! Can't wait to get this cart in!

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  37. That is soooo cute Joy! Love the idea of changing something plain to something that adds a little WOW! :o)

    Theresa

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  38. In one of my jetmax drawers. It works for now. Of course if I had more stamps ........ teresa.hood@suddenlink.net

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  39. I love this idea of dressing up a plain onesie with the Cricut and fabric...so adorable!! :)

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  40. Thanks for the info. I been wanting to use fabric on my cricut but I dont know how. I store my clear stamps on a 3 ring binder.

    Veronica
    mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
    mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

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  41. I store my acrylic stamps in large binders and my rubber stamps are in drawers until I can find another storage solution.

    Also, I love the onesie!

    Cynthia Jordan Brown

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  42. I subscribe as of recently and have been poring over your site. You have an amazing amount of information here and I love it! Right now I don't own a tremendous amount of stamps but I store them in plastic drawers (as part of my scrapbook room remodel.
    http://waldenbunch.blogspot.com/2011/08/scrapbook-room-remodel.html

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. Great oneies! I love that cart.I am in the circle but I am still waiting on my last cart.(sophie)Joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

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  44. It has been so long I've been wanting to try this iron on stuff but kinda scared. But I might after seing this cute baby onesie... Thanks for sharing. and thanks for sharing.

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  45. in gallon ziplock bags, then I file them under the manufacturer, I also have a book with the images stamped in them, and I group them by theme,so I can see what I have.
    Sandra ltb

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  46. What a cute project!
    Sharon at carra302@bellsouth.net

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  47. That onesie came out really cute, I love to cut fabric with my Cricut. Thank you for such a great give away of all those stamps!

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  48. This is darling! I love it TFS, have an incredible day.
    Liz

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  49. Ups forgot! I keep the in a translucent plastic storage container with dividers, but I am having trouble keeping my clear ones organized, I have triennial a small binder but, need to work on that. THanks again! ;)
    Liz

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  50. I'm already a follwer and HOw do i store my stamps? Right now i store them in a basket i wish i could find a binder to store all my small stamps in

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  51. I am also a follower. I store some in CDs, some are in binders and others are in the original containers from SU!. nlundeen at catt dot com

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  52. Love your projects, don't know where you find the time to create. You save that step for me! Thank you!

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  53. What a cute onesie! I also found out about 'over ironing' :( ...I just starting following your blog a couple weeks ago & that's when I learned about cutting fabric & how to adhere it (over ironing wasn't mentioned, sadly!)
    I have a plastic unit with drawers & the bottom one is the deepest. I place all my stamps in that. All my ink pads, embossing powers, etc are stored separately in their own plastic bin. Really enjoying the site!

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  54. Adorable little onesie!

    I store my stamps in clear acrylic boxes.

    Wendy T.

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  55. so cute!! I store my stamps on a homemade clip-it up!!
    Kristan

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  56. That was a great tutorial. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to enter the giveaway.

    Alli. H

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  57. Super cute onesie! I store my stamps in clear CD cases.

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  58. The possibilities for the onesie is endless. I store my stamps in a deep drawer! I stamp each one on paper (keeping the set together)& keep in a 3 ring binder for reference. Each set is numbered, so easy to find. A very simple method to save a whole lot of time....

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  59. CUTE onesie! The Paper Trimmings cart has lots of possibilities!
    I store my acrylic and nonmounted stamps in a cloth box that goes into a shelving unit, and my wood mount stamps go in a drawer right next to my scrap desk.

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  60. Cute onesie! Thanks for including the instructions, too. I don't own many stamps (yet). I store them in the drawer of a small cabinet. I'm enjoying reading the other tips.

    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  61. Currently I store my stamps in CD cases. I like that they are small and can fit on so many different shelves that way :)

    Stephanie

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  62. That is such a cute idea! I was going to say that I had never heard of that cart, but I see it's a circle exclusive! I store my stamps by seasons in clear plastic containers.

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  63. Store in a combination of baseball card sheet protectors (small stamps) and close to my heart boxes. (Larger stamps) Onesie is cute. Wish I had a little person to make it for!

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  64. What a cute onsie! What a terrific idea!
    SusanJ in Atlanta

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  65. Cute onsie! I still haven't tried cutting fabric with the cricut but every time you do something with fabric, I keep telling myself to do it. I wish I had thought about buying fabric when I was in Joann's with weekend. I'll have to make another trip. BTW, I store my stamps in a plastic 12 x 12 plastic artists storage container which is about 2' high and it has a handle so I can carry it to my crops. I store my stamps by topic and holidays. Each storage unit is labeled so I know where to find the stamps I'm looking for. Thanks for sharing the cute onsie.

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  66. I cannot express how sad i am that I am unable to have this cartridge that I so desire!!!! This is the coolest cartridge!! Love it!! How do i store my stamps -I have tons of ctmh and I file them according to holidays, words, months, etc... in a black box from Cm (that consultants could buy to hold their punches) all other stamps sets are in a lg binder from CM. the new sets from the blog sites are kept in a box by the holidays they represent!! - I LOVE ACRYLIC stamps! doris
    parkernana5@cox.net

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  67. I store my clear cling stamps in CD case which are kept in small crates. For my wooden stamps I made a custom cabinet to hold clear acrylic box picture frames as drawers. I sorted my stamps (seasons, birthday, borders, backgrounds, etc.) It works great. Some drawers hold ink pads, embossing powders and glitter. Would love to win a set of stamps.

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  68. Thanks for the great ideas! My stamps, not many, are in a drawer.

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  69. I didn't know I could use my cricut expressions to cut fabric. Lot's of neat gift ideas popping into my head. thanks! I left a post yesterday about how I store my cling stamps. Only 2 wooden ones for me so no biggy there!

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  70. Cute baby gift! TFS. Would love to win Emma's stamps. I store my wooden stamps in shallow drawers--some in my rolling scrapbook cart and some in desk drawers. They are only one layer deep so I can see what's there. All my clear stamps are in a deeper drawer in their original packaging where I just thumb through them. Thanks for the chance to win!--Pat N.

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  71. The little shirt is just adorable. Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize.

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  72. I store my stamps in those 12 x 12 plastic scrapbook paper containers.

    Cute onesie! I love that cartridge, can't wait for it to come out.

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  73. Cute project! Thanks for sharing your ideas and talents with us.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

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  74. This baby onesie is too cute! I store my wood mounted stamps in plastic bins with pull out drawers, sorted according to kind (holiday, words, flowers, etc) and my acrylic stamps in a special binder (I think from Inkadinkadoo) with clear pockets, except for my CTMH stamps which go in the CTMH plastic storage bins! And of course Digi stamps in a special file in my picture folder on my computer :)

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  75. I store mine in a Rubbermaid bin with heavy felt between layers of wood block stamps and keep the clear acrylic stamps in their original sleeves or in zip locks with a sheet of heavy card stock. The acrylic stamps work well this way but I tend to not use my wood block stamps as much because I can't see them.

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  76. Such an adorable onesie, I really need to try to cut fabric with my cricut!!

    I keep my clear stamps in SU dvd cases, organized by manufacturer. I keep the few wooden mounted stamps that I have in their SU clear plastic cases.

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  77. I want to win!! lol
    We buy a lot of chocolate chip cookies from the publix bakery so I use the clear plastic containers they come in to store my stamps, and I just bought a clear plastic display at a garage sale for .50c it has like 6 shelfs.
    Patty
    pattystyle_freak@yahoo.com

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  78. I love the onesie, I would have never thought about that. You asked how we store stamps. I keep mine in empty cd cases for the clear stamps, I love it I can write what type of stamps and can see what stamps are in there easily. My mounted stamps are in a clear case that I got at Michael's and they are laying down so I can see the image on the block. I hope this helps and thanks as always for such cute ideas

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  79. Cute onsie and awesome stamps!!! I just store wood stamps in their original packaging. The little acrylic ones I store in an empty cd case. I have lots of those since I don't really listen to cds anymore. I'm loving to here everyone else's ideas. Thanks for the fun giveaway!
    Hugs, Jenni
    http://mylollipopgarden.blogspot.com

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  80. I have yet to work with fabric, but I love your ideas! I store all my stamps in a deep drawer and just go through them when I need one.

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  81. What a cute onesie! I made some bags for my piano students to carry their music in, using Cricut to cut out fabric shapes to decorate. Apparently, I didn't iron them on well enough though, and I'm anxious to try again! I store my acrylic stamps in CD cases and my wooden stamps in plastic storage cases.

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  82. I love these little stamps! I store my unmounted stamps in binders using baseball card transparent pages and full transparent sheets. Stamp a card in front of the stamp and voila, organization!

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  83. Would absolutely love these! Thanks for the chance.
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  84. What a cute onesie!
    I use a Technique Tuesday binder and store my stamps in the binder. I have one binder for holidays and another for every day type of stamps.

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  85. This onesie is adoreable! Thank you for sharing!

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  86. I love this. I am about to become a grandma for the first time, and I can not wait to make all of these cute things. Thank you for sharing such great ideas.

    kim
    k1i2m3@cox.net

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  87. I'm still trying to find a good way to store my stamps! Right now they are stacked and shoved wherever they will fit. I love the onsie. My first grandbaby is due December 6th and I would love to make him some onsies!! Thanks for sharing.

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  88. That onsie is so stinking cute :)

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  89. What a sweet onsie, love this new cartridge too. TFS.I am checking this thread to see how others organize, cuz mine need to be.

    Donna C.
    goCricutgo

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  90. I do not have a lot of stamps at this point, because I am just now getting comfortable with it. Right now I have no storage system - they stay in their original packaging in a box - so I guess that is a storage system, just not a great one! LOL!

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  91. Cute Onesie! I store my clear satmps in a binder inside sheet protectors. One set of stamps inside each protector. This way I can flip the pages and easily find what I want :-)

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  92. I store my mounted stamps in printer's trays on my wall and the unmounted in CD cases

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  93. Very cute onsie! I never think about cutting fabric with my Cricut. My stamp storage could be better. I purchase a cupboard for my mounted stamps and I have my cling stamps in hanging folders in a filing cabinet. BTW, I'm already a follower of your blog.

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  94. That is so stinking cute! I have always wanted to try to cut fabric with the cricut but have been to afraid to try. You make it sound so easy - i may have to try it this weekend.

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  95. Cute onesie! Wow Great giveaway. I store my stamps right now in a clear container. I don’t have a lot but it’s starting to grow so ill be looking for another way soon. I’m sure there’s a great way here in the comments to store them.

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  96. Yay! I figured out how to comment, daaaa! Love your Christmas card ideas Joy! I store my stamps in clear report covers and tab them like dividers with homemade tabs made with my "From My Kitchen" cartridge and have them stored in a binder. Tara G.

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  97. Adorable onsie! TFS! As for your question on stamp storage: I find that individual boxes with specific thems works best for me. I have 2 that are double layered that were previous candy selling boxes. Also, clear ones for smaller collections.
    jordanbev5@yahoo.com

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  98. Very cute onesie! I store all my stamps in wicker baskets with labels.

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  99. I like to keep my SU Sets in their original containers, sorted by categories on a shelf, acrylics are in a drawer, single wood mounted stamps are in a couple of three drawer containers sorted by theme. Not a great system but workable. Cute onsie! If you do not want the stripes of the fabric to show through put an extra layer of white or muslin fabric behind the lighter fabric.

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  100. I just love seeing what you create with fabric! This one is as adorable as all the rest i have seen from you! Great Job!!

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  101. Adorable onesie!!! Thanks for the instructions!!!

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  102. I can't wait to get this one! Wish I has some babies to make these for.

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  103. I store my stamps in a plastic bin in their original packaging. Not the best system...
    Michelle
    scrappinmomof2 at gmail dot com

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  104. Love the onsie, its so adoreable!!! I've got to get my nerve up, & cut some fabric:):):). As I mentioned yesterday, I store all my stamps(wooden one have been unmounted)in a few zip up binders, & then use my reference(stamped images) notebook to quickly look through all my stamps, my embossing folders, etc...

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  105. Cute onesie! The moon & stars look so sharp against the stripes.
    I store my stamps in a variety of ways. Acrylics go in cd/DVD cases & blocks stay in their plastic boxes. I also have a bin for my singles. What about you? I'd love to know if you've got a great method to share.

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  106. The onsie is so adoreable!! I like the pattern on the fabric. I keep all my stamps in their original packaging and in on of the drawers in my 3 drawer storage container.

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  107. Love the onesie, it is so adorable! Will definately try this technique! My grandson gave me his book bag for my crafts. It looks like a briefcase/zippered and has a looseleaf (allows me to write notes,) zippered storage areas (to store the acrylic blocks.) Purchased 3-ring photo vinyl sheets from an office supply store. Some are 8 1/2" x 11", some pages are 4" x 6" (2 on a page) and vinyl sheets that hold baseball cards for the smaller stamps. It works perfectly for me!

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  108. Love the onsie, so cute. Some of my
    stamps are from SU. The stamps sets that have many stamps to the set I still keep in the SU original
    packaging.
    Dawn RI

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  109. I can't get my wonder under to stick sometimes, I must be over ironing it. LOL! I keep my stamps in cd cases that I got @ the dollar store 3 for $1.25. I numbered each case on the side where I can see the numbers. Then I put the backing of the stamps in a binder and numbered them according to the cd case. Now when I want a stamp I go to my binder and pick it out, see what cd case it's in and quickly access it. It's so soooo easy! Thanks for sharing.

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  110. The two stamps i have (yes, only 2) are just in a plastic bin with dividers waiting for some friends. They are so lonely. :-(

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  111. Such a cute little onesie! I cannot wait for my Paper Trimmings cartridge to arrive...I have a new granddaughter (born Oct. 2) and I know this coming Holiday season will be so special! I'm going to WalMart today to pick a few onesies and get some ultra heat and bond! In the meantime I'll have to use images from my "older" cartridges....Thanks so much for sharing your inspired ideas!
    Tanya T
    thomfam@inreach.com

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  112. Oh this is an awesome project...can't wait to have a grandbaby to make this for...hec I may just make it and save it for the big day. I store my stamps in a plastic bin with a snap on lid that way I know where everything is! Thanks for sharing this wonderful project!

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  113. This is so adorable Joy! What a great idea! I can think of so many cute projects with the carts I have using this technique :) Thanks for sharing.

    rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

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  114. That is such a cute onesie and you are so helpful in ideas of projects that we can use for gifts and home decor. Thanks.

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  115. Hi, I LOVE the onesie idea. I check your site everyday for new and exciting ideas - You offer such great projects. I store my wooden stamps in plastic bins, and my clear stamps in a notebook on clear page protector sleeves, then inside a 3 hole punch page protector. For my wooden ones I have a reference notebook that is divided by theme, and each stamp is stamped on white paper so I know what I have. This stamp set looks super fun, and I would LOVE the chance to win it!
    Thanks!

    karlawilder@gmail.com

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  116. What a cute & easy gift this would make. I store the few stamps I have in a basket and the wooden ones in a drawer.

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  117. Love your onesie! I store my stamps in page protectots in binders. Thanks for the chance to win.

    sfreadonesevenoneathotmaildotcom

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  118. Cute onesie. I have my stamps stored in a rubbermaid tub. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  119. Cute onsie. that cart is on my list of must haves...

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  120. That onesie is adorable. I store my clear small stamps in 8 1/2 by 11 pocketed plastic sheet protectors meant for trading cards sorted into categories. The rest of my stamps are in a rubbermaid tub.

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  121. I stamp all my stamps on paper and label each one with W for wooden or A for acrylic and all a number. I label both the paper and the stamp. I put the acrylic I pockets in a 3-ring binder in numerical order. The wooden ones I store in a drawer. Sets I label separately. I have the binder divided onto categories. All I need to do is look into the binder see what I have and I can go right to it.

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  122. My daughter and I really love to sew but we've never tried cutting fabric with the Cricut. You've really inspired me with this onsie!

    I have quite a few stamps now. I have them stored in boxes that have three-ring plastic sleeves in them, as well as a separate section for blocks or wood stamps. Each one holds a ton of stamps. When closed, they stand upright on your shelves and even come with a small metal name-plate on the binding for indicating the contents. So far, I have three. I got them at Micheal's and feel they were a pretty good investment. Just hope Micheal's continues to carry them. I keep all my inks and ink pads in a plastic box.

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  123. Super cute onesie. I don't go to Walmart often, but was in their material section yeasterday for Halloween stuff.
    I don't have a good solution for my stamps...I'm open to ideas! Thanks!
    pcrusberg at aol dot com

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  124. I store wooden backed stamps on shelves and cling stamps in a 3 ring binder. Sarah

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  125. I store my stamps in wire bins sorted by type of stamps. I only have acrylic stamps.

    Just wondering...Does the heat and bond stay adhered to the onsies after numerous washings. Would like to add these to onsies and am curious how well it stays put.

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  126. Adorable project! I just might try a fabric project. As always, you are fabulous inspiration.

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  127. Cute, wish I we had a new baby to make one for. Love The Creative Time stamps and dies. Pick me, pick me

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  128. I purchased a used acrylic display case from a store going out of business. It's perfect for stamps and ink pads. Love it!!

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  129. Too cute.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
    follower

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  130. The onesie is adorable! Thanks for the great directions!

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  131. Love these STAMPS!!! They are the best I found and you can do so much with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Lisa

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  132. I store my acrylics in binders with page protectors, and wood mounts are store in a cupboard in the packages if available or layered so I can see them.

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  133. Cute baby onsie! I store my stamps in scrapbook accessory cases that I got on clearance at Target a couple years ago. I keep them by theme.

    jdkentinc at aol dot com

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  134. Such a cute onesie! I store my stamps in a couple different ways. If it's a set, I keep it in the container it came in (ex. Stampin' Up clam shell) and put it in a drawer in my filing cabinet, stacked on top of each other. It's not exactly a good system. My individual stamps I had on a little set of shelves that I bought at a garage sale. Unfortunately, my DH fell into it and broke it so I'm still looking for a way to store them. Most of my stamps are the wooden mounted rubber stamps and I have not unmounted them yet. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  135. Love your onesie and all your cards, too. They are inspirational!

    I store my stamps in those plastic drawers that you can buy at Target and Walmart. Then I TRY to organize them by theme in the different drawers. I have another whole set of drawers for ink pads, embossing powders, etc.

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  136. The clear unmounted stamps I put in a cd case and store on my cd rack that is in my craft room for just that purpose. The mounted/wooden stamps I have under my work area in a 6 drawer rubbermaid type bins and just pull them out when needed. Love the onsies but really upset with provo craft for making some of their cartridges just for the circle. Not all of us can afford the price of the circle - they could give them to them free and still sell them to us.

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  137. I have so many showers coming up, i need to give this a try.`

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  138. How I store my Stamps, not so dificult to do... I only have 3 sets, that came with the art philosphy cartridge...hihhihi. And I'm liking it. So I store them with my inkpad in a 12" drawer so far. and there is more place for a few more......

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  139. I've learned so much from your fabric instructions. I store my stamps in plactic cases in alpha order on shelves. Works for me so far.

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  140. I have a 3 week-old granddaughter that would love some customized onesies! I had better getcrafting!!!

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  141. Very cute onesie. I store my stamps in a box and am forever looking for the certain one. I need to find a better way

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  142. i still don't have stamps but if i have them will store in a binder

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  143. I left a comment above but didn't know my daughter was signed into google on my computer! Anyway, I want to make a customized onesie for my new granddaughter.

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  144. such a cute onesie! I don't own any stamps, so this gift would be a great way to start my collection. Thanks for the continued inspiration.

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  145. Wow, I'd just LOVE to win those stamps - in fact, I'm sure I NEED them! They look such fun, I don't think they're for sale here in the UK. Thanks for the chance to win and all the wonderful ideas!

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  146. I like how you did the onesie. I'm inspired to try using fabric. TFS. I store my stamps in a big tote. I'm not very organized. : )

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  147. i used to keep them in their original package, but recently i got my hands on some ez mount stamps and i now have them in cd cases. Lovely work, i love everything you show us.
    thank you
    Luzoliva1atgmaildotcom

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  148. At first I wasn't sure about this cartridge but after really looking at it and seeing the creative juices you girls have. I am so excited it is a circle cart

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  149. Very cute onesie. I store mine in baskets and binders.
    Kathy
    salido99 at msn dot com
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  150. Sooo cute! I plan on making onesies and burp cloths for a friend who is having a baby soon! Thanks for the idea!

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  151. Its adoreable. Just love what you do with the fabric art. Love the cartidge as well.Just cant get it here as I live in Australia. Cost to much to ship.
    TFS

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  152. I am wondering...do you gift all of your projects? I am willing receiver - lol.
    I store my stamps in a rolling clear organizer. Stamps are kept in their clear boxes for easy view and access.
    Thank you for chance to win.

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  153. What an adorable finished product. Thats going to be one lucky baby. Really love this stampset.

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  154. Love the the Onesie, it came out adorable!!

    Already a subscriber!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

    Selena
    sdw112@hotmail.com

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  155. Cute onesie, thanks for the chance to win!

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  156. my stamps are still tossed in a drawer. I need to get organized. Thanks for the reminder on cutting fabric.

    Karen l 1020 at gmail dot com

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  157. Love the onesie. I have a co-worker expecting a baby soon & now I know what I'll be making her.
    anndiehl@centurytel.net

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  158. I store my cling type stamps in page protectors in binders. My wooden stamps are in baskets.

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  159. that is too cute. I store my stamps in their original packaging in a storage box. Thanks for the chance to win!

    jenlovcarr at aol dot com

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  160. O have started storing my stamps in a binder with clear page covers/ Cute onsie!

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  161. Super cute onesie! I don't have very many stamps, so the ones I do have I put in a little clear plastic tote.

    valorieann@hotmail.com

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  162. I think I need to stop visiting you lovely ladies blog cause I'm getting into other crafty ideas thanks to you ladies! Haha....just getting into stamps and adding them into my scrapping obsession and have pretty much been keeping them in their cases. I started using little plastic storage boxes to store them as of now but I'm sure to get storing ideas from your blog/blog friends! Thanks for sharing!

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  163. What a cute project. Like to see things other than cards. Thanks for sharing.

    Sue
    shannegan 16 @ att .net

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  164. I love this little onsie! I store my stamps in different size books. I have them on large N small EZ mount storage panels. I also use TH storage pages for certain types. I keep them in 2 and 3 ring folders.

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  165. I store my stamps in a puzzle box. (I don't have that many.)

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  166. Very cute onesie! I store my stamps in my CTMH acrylic container, but now I need another one or maybe, two! When my craft room finally gets built, maybe I'll come up with a different system. Thanks for the opportunity to win some more fantabulous stamps!

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  167. Love your onesie, you make cutting fabric so easy! I have yet to try. I store my stamps in a binder with clear pages.

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  168. So adorable. I store mine in plastic sleeves in a large shopping tote.

    Tina

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  169. That is a really cute onesie idea. I really don't have many stamps but I keep them in plastic bags in a photo storage box

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  170. Love the onesie. I have a new grandbaby so I will have to try this. I store my stamps in a 3 drawer plastic storage unit. I try to arrange by subject.

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  171. Love this onesie! I store my stamps by category.

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  172. Cute onesie! I store my stamps in several ways. The wood mounted alphas are mostly in a tackle box turned on its side with four removable "drawers." The dividers in the drawers are perfect for the alpha stamps! I store my clear stamps by style in other drawers loosely.

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  173. New Great-niece twins - will try this idea...soooo cute!

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  174. Cute onesie!

    I store my small stamps in a baseball card protector sheet sorted by theme. My Stampin' Up stamps are in there original cases and my acrylic stamps are in an extra large photo box for now.

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  175. I don't have a dedicated craft area so I store my stamps in original packaging and then in a cardboard box. I hope to get a craft space soon. cupofsoup@earthlinkdotnet

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  176. thats really cute. what great handmade baby shower gift to give. you can make awhole bunch of them. thanks for all you do and share

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  177. I store my SU stamps in their orignal clear container I don't have many but my clear unmounted stanps are place in a 3 ring binder orignally for stickers that zippers at the ends.

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  178. Love the onesie! I store my stamps in various ways. My SU stamps are in their original cases, some of my stamps are in a tackle box, my clear stamps are in clear CD cases. It all works for me:)

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  179. Cute onesie! I store my stamps in CD and DVD cases. Makes it easier for me to pull them out and actually use them.

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  180. I store my stamps in cd cases like the ones from Papertrey Ink.

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  181. I love that you can cut fabric with the cricut - I used to cut everything out my hand to make cute little shirts for all the new babies in the family. I am def going to have to try this!!!
    I store all of my stamps in a 3 drawer rolling cart.

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  182. Wow! I came across your blog this morning while searching for some inspiration and am now a follower of yours! Thanks for your ideas! Oh, and I keep my stamps in clear bins, sorted by theme!

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  183. this is just adorable!!!!!
    I really need to give fabric a try.......
    TFS!!!!!!

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  184. this is just adorable!!!!!
    I really need to give fabric a try.......
    TFS!!!!!!

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  185. Sweetness! I need to get brave and try fabric.

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  186. I store my stamps in dvd cases

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  187. Such a nifty idea!! I am definitely going to try fabric cutting... Lots of gift ideas come to mind seeing this one....

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  188. Adorable! What a great idea, i store my stamps on translucent bins, except for the acrilic ones, i still have to find a good organizing system. TFS Have a lovely day.
    Liz

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  189. Right now, my stamps are stored in a bin in my expedit. I have the dollar stamps in a binder. I need a better system.

    amanbains1 at gmail dot com

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  190. This is so cute, it almost makes me wish I had a baby to make one for. Notice I said "almost".

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  191. I store my stamps in a drawer. I would like to be more creative, but that is it. I love the onesie.

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  192. I store my stamps in cd cases in my jetmax cubes. I use the cube with the 4 drawers and the cd cases fit perfectly. I also label the top of the cd cases and when I open the drawer I can easily grab the case I need. I LOVE this way to store my stamps. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!

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