Bigsoâ¿¢ Translucent Magazine Files
stores rubber stamp holders
I scrap making cards and journals, and albums. Storing stamps in a single layer with easy access is very hard to do. I found "Stufftainers" and they fits into these magazine holders perfectly. Stufftainers come in thin, thick and thicker- for wood mounted stamps. I get 6 Stufftainers - thicker size to a holder, 12 of the thick and not sure about the thin for unmounted stamps. Shown are 6 thicker and you most likely would get 10-12 of the thin.
July 26, 2013
Durable and fix perfectly in Expedit bookcase
I just bought 4 more of these to hold my mags and chipboard sheets. They fit perfectly in the Expedit bookcase. I put a 3 1/8" piece of decorative paper behind the translucent plastic spine to match the room's colors.
February 12, 2013
Wonderful Magazine Files
We have purchased more than 25 of these for our museum in the past year. High School annuals (5 per small one) are easily available for our guest to get from our library. The large size is not as sturdy but we use them for phone books. People doing research love the fact that we have these old books for them to search. Who knew that 70 or 80 years later people would want to know what businesses were in your town or where people lived. We also have purchased many of the archival supplies available at this store.
December 2, 2010
I bought the Bigso (narrower) file which is practical. Plastic is a little flimsy, and the protruding metal labeling plate is obtrusive; but the overall product is functional for storing away unsightly magazines and papers. A thicker plastic without a protruding metal plate would be better.
July 8, 2010