Tuesday, June 30, 2009

JustRite Summer Release #1 Preview Day #5- New Small Oval Stamper

Congratulations Ladies- We reached 200 Comments so we have TWO WINNERS - For Thinking of You Set and the Oval 2 1/4" x 3 1/16" Stamper
And the Winner is: Random Integer Generator
Here are your random numbers:188 116
Timestamp: 2009-07-02 13:55:14 UTC
#188-isabel z said...
As always I love this oval set and the samples are beautiful. Our weekend plans are to go the pool with our kids and attend the annual 4th of July neighborhood potluck and parade.
July 1, 2009 11:01 AM

# 116 Betty Meyskens said...
Another great set from JustRite. The sentiments are just beautiful. I hope to spend the weekend making cards.
June 30, 2009 12:22 PM

Please send an email to kellief@justritestampers.com with your name and shipping information.

We currently have 3 more active blog candies:
For a chance to win the 1 3/16" Damask Kit leave a comment by Midnight on Thursday July 2nd on this post click here . You need to answer the question when you leave your comment.
For a chance to win the - Friendship Centers and Borders for the 3 1/4" Stamper by leaving a comment by clicking here you have until Midnight on Friday July 3rd.
Welcome to day five of our Summer Release Reveal. Introducing our new oval wooden stamper 1 3/4" x 2 5/16" with bonus Pansy Center and 15 point Special Occasion Font. Today we are introducing our new small oval stamper which is available for purchase on July 7th two ways. You may purchase just the block JB 08420 for $8.95 or you can purchase the block with our new designer pansy center and 15 point Special Occasion Font for JB 08648 for $12.95.
Supplies: JB 08648 Wooden Oval with Pansy Center, Paper: Making Memories- Flower Patch, Dies: Spellbinders Classic Oval & Classic Scalloped Nestabilities Punches: Butterfly Punch, Border Punch, Pearls - Kaiser Crafts, Flower- Martha Stewart, Gingham Ribbon May Arts
The new oval gives you the ability to write with 6pt or 15 pt font on the rim. Tomorrow we will be revealing the first set for this size oval stamper!! And you are gonna love it!!
Your oval stamper comes with a bonus Pansy Center which you can stamp and color.



Or you can combine the border

with your new 15 point Special Occasion Font:
Here's a look at what the image looks like using 15 point Times New Roman Font. Which is available for purchase when you buy our JB 08650 2" Stamper.

You may ask what is different about the small oval that is on sale in our Dollar Store and the new oval. The new oval fits the Spellbinders Oval Nestabilities and will accept font on the rim. It is slightly chubber. The old small oval was designed to be an exact match to our self-inking Chique Stamper and unfortunately not a single oval die or punch on the market matched it- so we designed this new shape. We love to layer our projects and you know how we love our Nesties.
Here are a few questions and answers:
Will the original centers from the Harmony Classic Oval I shape work in the new oval? Yes they will since all our griding is identical and the new oval is slightly wider.
Will I be able to purchase 15 point Times Roman Font or Special Occasion font without purchasing the wooden stamper? Currently we have no plans to sell the font separately. But on July 7th you will be able to purchase all our blocks, 2", 2 3/8" and the new oval openstock without the fonts or bonus designer centers. Many of you have indicated you would like a second block so that you can leave a block with your custom phrasing on it.
How do you recommend storing your JustRite Stamps? We certainly have not found the end all storage solution but I can share with you what I have been using for the last three months to store my JustRite Stamps. This has worked great for me since it stores the stamps by size and allows me to keep them handy on my design station.
I am using these Storage Stacking Containers which you can find in the Jewelry department of almost any craft store. Prices vary so shop around - you can find them priced from $1.00 to $3.99. I found them at Walmart, Michaels and AcMoore.
They are available in three sizes - a 1 1/2" diameter stack- perfect for storing our 1 3/16" stamps - each section of the container with stack stamps 5 deep, 1 3/4" stack - perfect for our 1 5/8" stamps which will stack stamps 6 deep and a 2 3/4" stack which is perfect for our 2 3/8" product each section will hold 6 stamps.
I would recommend keeping the insert from the blister packaging of our stamp sets and placing them in a binder for easy reference. I would also recommend that you label each section of the container. Which is what I will do to mine ...when I am a little less busy!!
I am still searching for the best way to store our larger images the centers of the 3 1/4" stamper will fit in the larger container...but the borders won't.

For your chance to win today's Reveal - The oval stamper with 15 pt special occasion font and pansy center. Please tell us how you are currently storing your JustRite Stamps and ideally how would you like to store them. For your chance to win leave a comment before midnight on Saturday July 4th.
Stop back into tomorrow to see the final set for the July 7th shipping date!! We will be introducing two more sets at the end of the month. These sets are for Fall & Halloween!!
And in August we will be revealing 6 new sets for Christmas!!
Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".

70 comments:

Rita said...

Wow what a great idea for storage & cheap too! More money to spend on JustRite stamps, Yippee! I store mine in the boxes they came in & the tiny letters in the alpha box that a full set came in...works for me.

patty w said...

WOWZERS ! This is a FANTASTIC set !! I would love to have one of my own !

I only have one JustRite Stamp set, it's a Christmas one and I have it back in the original box..it's so pretty. But I have gotten it out and used it for other stuff, not just Christmas !

PaperCrafty said...

That is an AWESOME idea for storing these! Mine are in the orginal boxes that they came in but I am thinking that I need to run to Wally World today.

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

LOVE this set!!! AWesome!! I just placed my first order a few days ago, so I don't have a storage solution...but those little containers are too cute. And very affordable!! I'll have to scoop some up on my next trip to michaels.

Brenda said...

Great storage tip. Right now I am storing mine in the box they came in. I wish I had another solution but I am afraid I don't.

Peggy said...

I only recently found JustRite products and have two sets which I store in the boxes but love the idea of the round plastic containers. Also love the new set. God bless!

yaarit said...

I storage my JustRite stamps in a box - and it's great for me!

Christina said...

I do not own any JustRite but would love to start collecting them!

Annette J. said...

I don't have my stamps from JustRite yet, I only ordered them a couple of days ago, so I appreciate the ideas on how to store them, and I look forward to receiving my new stamps!!

Deb said...

I love this idea. I have stored my stamps sometimes in the original packaging which takes up too much space. Some are in rubbermaid containers.

akagreenhouse said...

I just store mine in the original box. Not a nifty solution, but a cheap one for now. I love the little plastic stacking containers! They are great!

Ronda C. said...

That is a great idea for storage. I have a plastic "shoe" box that I have all my stamps and stampers in. Not the best storage, but the only one I have come up with so far!

Ronda C.

Diane (djuseless) said...

I love the font and pansy center for the new oval stamper!

I was looking for an alternate way to store my new borders and centers since they don't come in the storage boxes anymore. I went to Michael's to get those containers and they were out. So I ended up getting some $1 tins that are a 3" circle.

I may check Wal-Mart for some in the future. Just think of how much more JustRite stuff I can store if I get rid of the old boxes.

JenMarie said...

I just have one set right now so they are in the box they came in! It's working for now.

Sharon Harnist said...

Good grief ... LOVE your storage idea, Kellie! Mine are still stored in the blister packs for now -- I like having the printed insert and stamps together. I cut the sides and top off, leaving the bottom of the blister pack "hinged". Then they store flat in drawers, separated by size. Wood mounts are stored in coordinating drawers, too.

Sue from Oregon said...

I don't currently own any...but they are at the top of my wish list! Your stamps are so innovative and fun!

Michelle (mla1111) said...

Unfortunately, I dont have any JustRite stamps yet but this storage solution looks great!

Sandra said...

umm, in the original packaging? isn't that how you are supposed to store things? Ideally I would like some kind of binder type thing, so I can flip through and easily see and select things.
Thanks for the fun and inspiration - I love the fact that this one fits the nesties ... another item to add to the wish list!
Sandra

Janet L. said...

Great, great set! I have only three sets of JustRite stamps and have been storing them in the boxes they came in. Love the idea of the little storage containers. Thanks for the chance to win.

Peyton said...

I store all my stamps in a free bag I got with a magazine subscription. I do this mainly because I do not have very many and I can put the bag away in a closet or something and dig it out when I need to use the stamps. Ideally, I would have some containers like you've shown and keep everything a bit handier.

isabel Z said...

I store my JustRite stamps in their original boxes but after seeing this post I think I need to go shopping for some jewelry round containers. They would take up a lot less space in my crowded work area. Thanks for the great tip and for the opportunity to win some amazing blog candy.

Margaret said...

LOVE this pansy set! I just transferred my sets into the round towers - it is great have already bought more units to store all the new goodies to come! Thanks for the opportunities to win!

lisa808 said...

I have my Curlz font set with extra Damask borders stored in the nice box the Curlz came in. My small alphabet set, new alphabet set w/bonus vase stamp, and new 1 3/6 block are currently lying next to the Curlz box. I haven't worked out a good storage system yet.

I'm loving the previews and can't wait to see the new Halloween and Xmas sets!

debb said...

Oh I love this idea for storage! Currently I am storing them in the boxes they come in which does not work well for me. I need things out and easily accessible in order to be really motivated! I can not wait to go get these stacking containers. Let me know as soon as you find the right ones for the large sets!

leenda said...

Currently I store my stamps in their original boxes. It works for me.

TinaH said...

I am storing mine in the original boxes, with the boxes in a CD plastic storage container. I like that I can view the images from the boxes to make my selections, but always looking for new & different storage ideas - great question!

Deepa M. said...

That's a fabulous storage idea!! I currently have everything in the original box packaging, which is then all collected inside a paper ream box. I must confess I like seeing all the projects on the box covers ... so it'll be hard to 'switch' :)

Sue D said...

Right now I just put all my Just Rite Stampers in a photo storage box but I'm intrigued by your storage method and am anxious to read everyone's ideas.

Laraine R said...

Love the new oval!! I store mine in the boxes that they came in, in a rubbermaid container. I will check out these containers. They seems to work well. Thanks

AHadley said...

I currently store mine in the boxes they came in. It works for me!

melissa s. said...

I have a labeled box for my JustRite stampers. What a great storage idea you have. thanks

annesatx said...

I, too, have been storing my JustRite stamps in the original boxes and then within a plastic shoebox. This idea looks great, though, so I'll have to try it out. Thanks!

michelle in mi said...

Original boxes -this is a clever idea though!

Dianal said...

Love the storage system you found at Walmart. I current store my stamps in a 12 x 12 container purchased at Michaels in the original box I received them.

Ideally the contaners you showed today would work wonders and keep things more organized.

Rebecca Ednie said...

I store mine in the boxes they come in! Easy peasy!!

ConnieB said...

Lovely stamp set.
When mine arrive that are on order, they will go in those little containers. What a great idea, and I even have some extra kicking around.

Carrie said...

I like the storage idea because it takes up less room then what I presently use (original boxes). Love the new oval stamp with pansy!
Thanks for the chance to win this set.

Cheri Howard said...

I love today's reveal! I don't currently own any JustRite stamps/stampers, but would love to add some to my stamp collection! Although I like the containers in this post, I actually prefer a binder system. Maybe trading card pockets would work?

bohnls said...

Mine are currently stored in the original boxes. I will be storing my centers in the jewelry containers you referenced. Thank you for the tip and the chance to win your blog candy.

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

OMGosh Kellie - that storage idea is BRILLIANT!!!! I'm going to be getting some of those ASAP!!!!

Kim. said...

Wow that storage idea looks great. I don't own any stamps at the moment but I think I would go with your idea if I ever get enough to store lol.
I am loving all the sets that have been previewed so far.
Kim xXx

Kathi S. said...

I don't have any JustRite stamps yet since I just discovered your site today. I would probably store them in a Stampendous Storage Solutions Thin box.

Alyssa said...

What a great storage idea! I don't have any JustRite stamps...yet! I have very limited space though, so I usually store stamps in CD cases and hang them in an organizer on the wall. Thanks for the chance!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Well, I currently don't have any of the Just Rite stamps, but I will be purchasing some soon, and I think placing them in the little jewelry/bead cases is BRILLIANT!

Jessica Christensen said...

I actually don't have any JustRite stamps yet, and I have no idea how I would store them, but I would certainly like to win some so I could figure that out.

Cindy H. said...

Like others, I've been storing them in the original boxes but they take up too much room. So far, I have the newer stamps and handles that come in blister packs temporarily in the Harmony Rectangles box. I took the rectangles and insert out first, of course:) I like your solution best and will be going shopping soon! Thanks.

mommaladystamper said...

That is a great idea, but right now all of mine are stored in a small Longaberger Basket that has a lid on it. This sits right next to my desk for easy access. Alice R.

isoscia said...

My Just Rite stamps are still in the original packaging but I like the idea of the round stacking storage containers. I store my rectangular wood mounted stamps in the plastic containers which originally held spring mix salad.I store the boxes on shelves in my craft room. Stamps are stored by theme such as Christmas, floral, etc. and I label the end of each box so that I can see at a glance which box of stamps I need.Not a particularly original storage solution but the plastic bins are free and we eat lots of spring mix, hence lots of boxes! I qould love to win the small oval set. Iris

mom2mikbo said...

This is a darling set and so versatile. Here's hoping to win this one for sure, as I've yet to decide where to start my JustRite stamp collection. See this would decide it for me. Cool huh?!

Nelda Deakins said...

I love these stampers! they're on my wish list. Thanks for the great storage idea - I just picked up 3 sets at Tuesday Morning, to have on hand, as I'm always looking for storage things. Nelda Deakins
neldamc 765 at charter dot net

dorism6220 said...

Love the storage idea. I like that you redesigned the stamp to fit Nesties - must easier to use that way.

Trudy Oliver said...

I store mine in the original box, but I am really thinking about changing to the round containers. It will definately take less space. Thanks for a chance to win this set.

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

I'd love to win this set. I'm slowing adding these from off my wish list, and how YUMMY to win it.

Anonymous said...

Right now I am keepin mine in the original boxes. The plastic containers seem like a wonderful alternative. Thanks for sharing.

Linda D.

Rosie said...

I would love to add this to my already sets of Just Rite that I have. Also appreciate the info on where/how to store them.

Carol W said...

So far I've been keeping my Justrites in the boxes they came in, but at the rate I've been adding to my collection, I need a better option! Something that would allow all the stamps/borders to be visible would be great. For the alphabets, I like snapping them back into their gridded plates.

Tarjteachr said...

I am currently storing my JustRite stamps in empty SU clear boxes. I would love to store them on page protectors in a binder but haven't figured out how to do it yet.

Jenny L. said...

I store my JustRite stampers in their original boxes in a lingerie chest. I would like a more accessible storage system and may have to try the jewelry containers. I LOVE the new oval! I have the old oval that no punch fits so I look forward to using my nesties on this one. Thanks for the chance to win!

Jenny L.

Fay said...

I store mine in the boxes they came in. The others are still in their blister packaging so I haven't had to think about it yet! :D

Marge said...

Easy answer - I'm NOT storing ANY, as I still don't own any - boo-hoo, so hoping I'll win my very first Just-Rite with this new Release!!! ;-) I like your inexpensive jewelry storage stacker ideas!

Kathy W said...

I don't currently own any JustRite stamps. I do like this method of storage; great idea to save on space and help with organization. Thanks for the chance to win.

StampingJan said...

I currently have several JustRite stamp sets. I store them in one of the boxes that they came in except I removed the insert so that I can place many borders and centers in the same box. I keep all my JustRite stamps in a clear storage box, so that I can see exactly what is in it. Thanks for the blog candy opportunity!

Elsa L said...

I bought some small containers from Target, They are Snapwear brand. I like that there are 3 small stacking bins. They are very easy for me to carry around.

Michelle said...

I am currently storing my JRS sets in a tackle box... it has all the tiny compartments necessary for your pieces.

AnnW said...

I don't own any JustRite stamps yet, but I do plan on purchasing some soon. I like the storage idea you showed on the blog and might use that. Usually I just keep things in the original box they came in, but that takes up quite a bit of space.

Anonymous said...

I like this transparent, stacking solution for storing JustRite stamps....similar to the way I've stored other items as well....I love being able to see what I have; right now my JustRite stamps are stored in their original boxes in a labeled drawer. I think I'll see about changing that today! MollyK. at rom-obo@hotmail.com

Chrystal said...

I've been thinking about this for a LONG time. I think maybe a double sided sheet of the ribbed rubber stuff that fits into a binder, a binder box, or even something like the little monkeys envelope system.

The towers of storage really don't work for me, however neither does the system I currently use! I've got them shoved into small ziplock bags according to size.

Chrystal.

ash469 said...

Wow! I never gave a thought to storing mine any other way than in their original boxes. I absolutely love this idea and will definitely adopt it. The rest of my stamps are in CD cases and I was toying with the idea of transferring my JustRite stamps to CD's in the next week or so. I already have a number of these units and that can be my project for tomorrow. We do learn something new every day and this truly was a gem of a lesson. A great share and a chance to win a new set, how much better can it get. Thanks for sharing.

Anemone said...

I am currently storing my just rite stamps in their original boxes. I am hoping to get a nice little drawer/cabinet that I can store them all in.

Barbara said...

All of my sets are still in their JustRite boxes while I search for a good storage system. I love the new small oval stamper. Your design team gets better and better