Our last new member is Kim Jackson! We are so thrilled to have her! She is awesome!
My name is Kim Jackson, and I’m a 30-something writer, editor, and papercrafter living in Midvale, Utah. I live in a just-the-right-size townhouse with my boyfriend, Chris. We bought it in 2007, and immediately started remodeling. Yikes! Until recently, I was a senior editor at Creating Keepsakes magazine, and have had scrapbook layouts and other projects published frequently in its pages since 2010. You’ll also find my cards in a few special issues of Paper Crafts magazine. In addition to papercrafting, I love to sew and knit. There’s something so satisfying about working with your hands on something creative–especially if you’re making something for someone else. I feel so lucky to now be a part of the fabulous Lawn Fawn design team!
Check out her blog here: http://www.jacksoki.com/
You will love it!
From Teri: The clear plastic container was just a couple bucks at Ikea. It fits two rows of stamps easily without packaging. I keep my most frequently used stamps in it. This sits on my desk at all times so they are always there when I am ready to stamp a bit.
From Teri: I also put labels on the back of my stamps, saying who the stamps are
from, what the set is, etc. I also sometimes put the date for when they
come out for design team purposes. And, also, sometimes for publishing
purposes so I know when I am working on submissions and need to use a
newer stamp set.
From Lynnette: This is how I store my Lawn
Fawn stamps. I have them in Ziploc baggies to help keep from losing any.
Not super cute but very functional.
A big welcome to all of our new members and a big thank you to our DT for sharing their wonderful storage ideas! What do I do? I have mine in binders, but I don’t love it. I am thinking of switching to the bin method just like the ones above! Do you guys have any awesome stamp storage ideas? We would love to hear them!