That's a hard question! I have more rubber and unmounted rubber stamps than acrylic, but I have a large pile of acrylic stamps too. I keep them in their original packaging most of the time (unless it tears). I bought a Cropper Hopper holder, which I think is supposed to be for stickers and stuff. It has many cascading pockets and folds out like a concertina. Almost all my clear stamps are in that holder, arranged according to manufacturer and theme (most of them are Hero Arts). I can find what I need quickly. Here's a link:
It is full now though, so I think I need to get a second one.
I keep all my stamps out of sunlight - especially important with the clear stamps - they are inside a cabinet.
Really small packages of clear stamps are kept in a small box.
I hope this helped a bit Debbi!
Me again, Debbi have a look at this link from my stamping friend Anne - this is an example of great and very simply organisation of clear stamps - much better than mine actually (but I haven't been able to find a deep enough box here):
Thank you so much for your input, Anna-Karin. I knew you'd have some great ideas, as you are the stamping queen!
I was looking around and found this cool idea, so that's what I'm going with. Let's see if I can figure out how to embed a video. (I think this girl is so cute!)
lol I only saw this after I had posted but this is how I do mine... the only files we can get here are 8.5 x 11 this is a fab system and works so well :D
That's a great idea! Thank you for linking the video Debbi!
I have just organized them the same way as my stickers - in a binder with page protectors. We'll see how that works.
I went to a scrapping retreat recently and came away with a new idea for this
here I detailed what i did on my blog hope that helps
Thanks for sharing your idea, Happysnapper!
Wow. This is a good question. I've never really thought about it much before. (you made me think!) I have written up on my blog what I do. It may not suit everyone - but I'm now using my clear stamps, whereas before, when they were in a pile, I really wasn't.
I have mine in baseball card clear protectors in a 3-ring binder. Does the job. :)