Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Get Organized with Evernote: The Stamp Notebook is Back!!

Do you struggle with organizing your stamp sets? Do you wish there was a way to quickly find the set that you want to use? Do you want to be able to search your stamp sets for a theme, holiday or other information without rummaging through all your boxes?  Do you wish you could access all of this information on your tablet or phone?

A little over a year ago, I started using Evernote to organize my stamp sets. This database tool helped me with all of the issues listed above. It allows me easily find the sets I want while using a very simple physical storage system. 

Watch this video to see how you can use Evernote to organize your stamp sets.



As explained in the video,  with the Evernote notebook, I can quickly and easily determine the stamp set I want to use by searching on the sentiments, themes, and images on the stamps. I can also quickly locate the physical stamp set since the database includes the Item number and the physical stamp set since all of my stamp sets are stored alpha-numerically by Item Number in the Close To My Heart Large Organizers (Z1835)




This simple storage system also makes it super easy to put my stamp sets away as soon as I'm done with them. I no longer have a stack of sets on my counter that need to be sorted and put back into the boxes. 


Once you have your Notebook set up, you can access it from your computer, tablet or phone. This means that your stamp sets are at your finger tips anywhere, anytime!





The wait is over! 

A preloaded Evernote Stamp Notebook is once again available to give you a jump start in your stamp organization. The new version has been updated to include the new Seasonal Expressions 2 stamp sets and has been reformatted to comply with copyrights on the stamp images.


Click here to learn how you can get your copy! >>

If you struggle with stamp organization, I urge you to give Evernote a try.  I love being organized and since I started using this system, my stamps are one area that always stays in order.

Now for the rest of my craft room...
Rebecca

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