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Clean up your crafting space with the Extra Large 50 Pack of Stamp and Die Storage Pockets from Avery Elle. There are 50 thin clear plastic pockets included that can be used to securely store clear stamps, wafer thin dies, stencils and more. Each pocket measures 6.75" x 9.375".
I love these pockets really much! It's a must have thing! I love to organize my stamps and dies, and I carry all of them in these stamp pockets! I always add a white insert to the pockets, because you can easily see the stamps, and it gives stability to the pocket. If I have coordinating dies, I add a magnetic sheet to the back and I can store them together. I store them by company and category and it's so clean and organized.
I am using all the sizes:
Small (for the 3x4" sized stamps and word dies)
Large (for the 6x4" sized stamps or dies, and I also carry the 3x2" sized stamps by theme in these, 4 pieces from the 3x2" stamps fits to one pocket)
Extra Large is for the 8x6" stamps, but you can also carry 2pc of 4x6" sized stamps in them. I also use this size for my interactive dies too.
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I would purchase this item again but for a different purpose.
The item is the correct size but it’s very, very thin. It does not lend itself to storage of dies or stamps of a matching size due to how thin it is and the closure flap basically does not close due to how thin the material is.
If I wanted to store a completed card of that size, it would be better suited to that for me. The reviews indicate this is pretty much beloved for storing dies and stamps in a matching size but I disagree.
The quality of the Avery Elle stamp pockets is wonderful. They are sturdy, easy to put items in, and the flap at the top keeps things from falling out.
I'm in the process of organizing all my crafting supplies. I'm using both the Large (5 1/2" x 7 3/8") and Extra Large (6 3/4"x 9 3/8") pockets for all my unmounted stamp sets. I add a piece of cardstock cut to fit the pocket and label it with mfgr, designer, & stamp set name. If I have coordinating dies, I put those in the back of the pockets These Extra Large pockets are perfect for 6"x 8" stamp sets. Even tho they are over 9" tall, they also work well for 6"x 6" background stamps and 5"x 7" and 6" x 8"/9" stencils.
I don't have 50 larger stamps & stencils, so I'm looking at other items they'll work well to corral in my studio.
I highly recommend these useful pockets.
The pockets are the perfect size for my big stamp sets. I love how all the sets are the same size and I can organize them as I need to without a mixture of different size packages. Love it!
I thought the bags would be thin like bags used for cards but they are not. They are very sturdy and with a piece of 110 lb card stock added they stay tall even with small stamp sets inside.
I use the extra large pockets for the new over-sized stamp, die, stencil sets now on the market. I also use them for my 6 x 6 wide Background stamps by cutting down the tops to all one size. This makes it neater to store and easier to see all the labels. Great quality, I use no other brand.
I bought these to contain my 8" x 6" clear stamp sets. They will hold even larger sets than that.
Very durable, I haven't had any of them tear like some of the cheaper brands do.
I highly recommend spending the extra buck or two for the avery elle brand.
These storage pockets are thick and sturdy for storing stamp sets and dies. I’m working on organizing my stamps the “Jennifer McGuire way”, she has so many great tips for organizing (and great tutorials and techniques for card making)! Placing heavy weight card stock in the pockets will make them even stronger. Great product!
These are my favorite brand of Stamp and Die Storage. They are heavy enough to be sturdy, but not inflexible. So easy to use. This size is very hand, but I use the size large the most. And I have a LOT of them. They stand up nicely. Some of them I put a magnetic sheet in them and some I don't. They hold up well either way.
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