Do you use Show Me Scrapping's Evernote Notebooks? Help spread the word!
Are you happy with how your stamp sets are organized? Can you easily locate a stamp set you want to use? Do you ever put off creating because you don't want to hunt it down? Do you have stamp sets tucked away that you have forgotten you have? Have you ever accidently ordered a stamp set you already have?
If you identify with any of these situations, using Evernote to organize your stamp sets will revolutionize your creative times! I've made it easy to get started by offering a link to a notebook that is already loaded with all the current Close To My Heart stamp sets!
On this page you will learn more about this Loaded Evernote Stamp Notebook. (For more general information on how to use Evernote to organize your crafts, go to my Using Evernote page.)
“Your program CHANGED MY LIFE! No joke! I had stamps everywhere and could never find the ones I wanted. I didn’t know what was on them - it was total chaos!” --- Joy, Close To My Heart Director
“I have been wanting to organize these since I retired a year ago but just couldn't get started. Now that I see how easy it is to use I'll do the same with my SU stamps as well. As my husband says, I spend more time organizing than doing!” --- Christine K.
Here's a screen shot of the PC version of the loaded stamp notebook. The layout varies by device but the same information is available. However, some editing functionality is limited on the browser and phone versions of the app.
Using Evernote has also revolutionized how I store my stamp sets. It's simple --- I put them in the CTMH Large Organizers by item number. I no longer need to figure out a single category for each stamp set. Instead I use tags in the Evernote notebook to choose the perfect stamp set then locate my physical set using the item number.
Watch this video to learn more about how the loaded stamp notebook can help you. You will learn how to access, use, copy and edit your personal copy of the notebook.
This video is for owners of previous versions of the Notebook. It includes information about how to update your existing notebook to include the new stamp sets. This allows
you to retain any tags or other edits you have made to ongoing stamp sets.