International Union of Mail-Artists
How do you store your rubberstamps in your workingplace. Show us how you have arranged that in your working-place.....
Nice to look back on these stamp drawers and boxes, I haven't posted since 2012... I love the falling/fallen man by Mr. Heed.
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Nothing fancy for the rubber stamps, cardboard boxes is excellent for now.
Great to see your stamp drawers!
The New York tiny stamp drawer.
Using discarded dental trays, excellent for individual letter storage.
Oh Nadine! I missed this question!!! 4 months later... your carving skills must be fabulous by now!
I buy stamps online usually. Sometimes thrift shops have them, office or craft shops. New York is the place to get 'em!
Ebay or google rubber stamps too.
Finally getting my alphabet stamp mounted and stored!
Inspirational! Any advice of where to purchase some of these stamps? I'm working on hand carved ones but it'll be eons before I can get to some I saw here.
Tiny drawers for tiny stamps and pencil end stamps.
I keep these hand carved ones on the table in front of me and use them often. Otherwise I forget about them.
all thrown in-these need sorting!
Toothbrush. very handy for cleaning stamps!
Something to aim for!!!
All eraser carved stamps are saved in special boxes. That way they stay in good condition.....
I'll try a page too...Thanks Ruud!!
more storage for the TAM-Archive
Some boxes as part of the TAM-Archive
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