Today's MISM project isn't as exciting as a card, box, or other stamped creation, but you might actually get excited about what I have to show you! It's a consolidated storage tip--a way to combine two-case stamp sets into one case. If you're like me, you're not a fan of having two cases for one stamp set--it's just easier to find them if you only have to look for one case. For the last little while, I have opted to not adhere the image stickers to the back of clear-mount stamps because the stamps cling so much better to acrylic blocks without that sticker on them. I do put those stickers to good use, though . . . I use them inside the stamp case so that I can tell if a stamp (and which one) is missing.
Stampin' Up!'s clear-mount stamp cases come with a cover that shows the images in the set and, as you can see from the first picture, I have left one of the covers intact, but I used the cover from the second case on the back of my case. A piece of copy-weight paper was cut and adhered to the back of both covers so the inside of the case looks clean, and I have an unobstructed view of the stamps! All two-case stamp sets may not be able to be consolidated like this but, when possible, this is what I do with them.