I'm in the process of trying to organize my acrylic stamps using this tabbed product and its non-tabbed companion. My thought is to separate sets into their different components: critters in one section, botanicals in another, sentiments, clocks and so on. I only ordered one pack of each to see if the stamps stick well, and I can say that the acrylics stick very well -- even the tiniest ones! I'm using the front and back of each page and so far, so good, even putting them in a binder and flipping the pages.
I find however, that the cling stamps do not stick as well. Some do, some don't. I solved that problem by putting a photo page in the binder with those stamps in the pocket.
You can probably write on the tabs with a slick writer or felt pen; but I covered the tabs with washi tape and wrote on that.
I have used these for several years and am glad that Scrapbook now carries them. I have had no trouble with my stamps falling off (neither acrylic nor rubber which I removed from wooden blocks) and I have 5 large binders full of stamps. These pages are tabbed for classification of your stamps but the company also makes pages without tabs so you can add to any division. I hope they start carrying them on this site. The same company also makes pages with a different sort of material that you can put in binders for storage of your acrylic blocks--and they really cling.
I love these. This is a great way to store unmounted stamps. The space they take up stored this way is minimal. I love this storage solution so much that I even removed a bunch of mounted stamps from their wood and put them on the EZ Mount Stamp N Store Sheets. It is so much easier to find what I want and the space I have regained is incredible.
These are great, because you can store clear stamps affordability in a regular binder, without having to spend a lot of money on expensive storage solutions.
However, there is no cover to prevent the stamps from sticking to the other pages, so what I did was use transparencies to lay over the stamps. Alternatively, you could use the original packaging (with the printed image of the stamps) to help you identify what's what.
Overall, I think this is one of the best (and cheapest) ways to store lots of clear stamps in a small space.