I reckon that Barbara Gray has a spy camera in my craft room. The moment I had finished sorting my Clarity stamps than Clarity brought out some new useful storage for the remountable sets.
The small box you can see in the first photo contains all the New Design Club monthly stamps, which was one group I had not really decided how to store. They come to us in little cell bags with a descriptive paper with them. None of us want to separate them out to mix them with the other stamps - I know, we are all strange, but there it is.
This new storage seems perfect, smart new Clarity folders with inserts of VERY tough acetate. I reckon I can get around 16 of these small stamps on one sheet, and probably put an A4 piece of card/paper between with the images stamped on so it is easy to see if anything is missing.
I believe the new storage for the stencils is on its way to us on the high seas at the moment.
Meanwhile, I must apologise for my late arrival today. Sorry Julia. I have been sorting out accommodations for a couple of crafting trips this year. I have booked a two day retreat with Barbara Gray down at Crowborough in August. I am also using the trip to visit some relatives in the area, which will be good.
My other booked trip will be to the WOYWW Crop in May. I did drop a bit of a clanger, not realising that I was booking a theatre trip for the night before the Crop. so it will be a late night, followed by an early morning to get there in time. Again I am using the trip to visit the area, strangely an area where the father of one of my relatives in Kent was brought up. Marlborough is a place I only knew from visiting the houses of my godmother (she moved houses more often that some people change their knickers), so I am looking forward to seeing the area, and just making it the focus rather than somewhere on the way to a place further south.
Both trips will be memorable for meeting up with those of you I know so well from corresponding via computers. Until then, I will have to be satisfied with talking to you all through Julia's kind hospitality, so I am off now to link in and then hope to visit many of you later on today.