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StamPoor 02-27-2010 06:11 AM

Great bookmark, especially since I'm an avid mystery reader!

cmcveigh 02-27-2010 06:35 AM

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Originally Posted by stampin stacy (Post 71635)
It occcurred to me that taking note of the different categories stamp companies have theirs organized by could be helpful also.

I'm not sure you'd find that a terrific idea, especially if you used OnyxXpressions as a guide. For ages, I've been unable to find in my own catalog pages the Fuji-TagoBay stamp.

http://www.rubberstampchat.net/galle...ji_TagoBay.jpg

I always looked for it under OA (Oriental Aura) and could never find it. I began to think I left it out of the online shopping catalog. Then, I realized I named and filed it under TR (Trees) and gave it a TR prefix instead of an OA prefix. DUH!!

Just this week, I found a spot in the OA catalog pages to add it to, so now I can find it myself in either category :)) Repeat: DUH!!

stampin stacy 02-27-2010 06:47 AM

We were talking about gleaming ideas from others that we can adapt, that is why I said look at stamp companies - plural. The culmination of different organization ideas just might spark an idea for a category that works for you.

alsmouse 02-27-2010 07:00 AM

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Originally Posted by cmcveigh (Post 71692)
For ages, I've been unable to find in my own catalog pages the Fuji-TagoBay stamp.

http://www.rubberstampchat.net/galle...ji_TagoBay.jpg

I always looked for it under OA (Oriental Aura) and could never find it. I began to think I left it out of the online shopping catalog. Then, I realized I named and filed it under TR (Trees) and gave it a TR prefix instead of an OA prefix. DUH!!

Just this week, I found a spot in the OA catalog pages to add it to, so now I can find it myself in either category :)) Repeat: DUH!!

:)) I would have put it under nature or mountians. Perception is everything:)) ~C8>

Theresagram 02-27-2010 09:04 AM

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Originally Posted by StamPoor (Post 71689)
Great bookmark, especially since I'm an avid mystery reader!

Thanks! I had fun making it and both my grandsons wanted one. :)

Theresagram 02-27-2010 09:05 AM

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Originally Posted by stampin stacy (Post 71695)
We were talking about gleaming ideas from others that we can adapt, that is why I said look at stamp companies - plural. The culmination of different organization ideas just might spark an idea for a category that works for you.

I think that's a good idea. You never know what might make you stop and think...hey! I could do this! :)

Inky Whiskers 02-27-2010 09:06 AM

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Originally Posted by alsmouse (Post 71696)
:)) I would have put it under nature or mountians. Perception is everything:)) ~C8>

I would put it in Cultural, under Asian. :D

cmcveigh 02-27-2010 02:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Inky Whiskers (Post 71708)
I would put it in Cultural, under Asian. :D

There ya go, everyone has the dilemma of how to categorize. The same image could equally fall under our category of Scenic/Travel.

Oh, what to do?? It makes a person crazy.

Hope all our northeastern friends are with power and heat. What a wicked storm, and such high winds.... yikes. One of Maine's rivers is 8-feet over the danger line. And, 90mph winds in Portsmouth NH, to boot.

Take care y'all.

Theresagram 02-27-2010 06:39 PM

Got a moth today...looks like a Death's Head....Halloween binder or in with the Bugs? Decisions, decisions.

It came with a "Halloween" set, that's why I'm thinking Halloween....

linda romero 02-27-2010 06:52 PM

I love your bookmark! It looks great and I love the idea/theme of it.


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