@Deacon Ray, a graphics whiz, came up with a beautiful solution for storing coins in paper envelopes (see this thread). One of the problems with paper envelopes is the opacity-- you can't see what's in the envelope. Sure, you can write the contents on the label but it's just not the same, especially if you have more than one of a type. Deacon Ray made labels for the envelopes which were printed on large sticker paper and cut by hand to size. The labels included small images of the obverse and reverse. Elegant! It would be even better if we could print directly on the envelopes but no home printers can accurately feed a tiny 2x2 envelope. Here's the solution: make a carrier page using a low-tack adhesive similar to that which is on PostIt notes! Supplies: Guardhouse 2x2 paper envelopes 8.5" x 11" cardstock-weight paper for the carrier Scotch Restickable Glue Stick (awesome!!) Photoshop Elements or similar Steps: 1. Create a template for the envelopes. You'll need a digital version so you can get everything centered when adding each coin's information, plus you'll need to print a blank template on cardstock paper, as shown in this picture: 2. Use the digital template to design your envelopes. 3. Apply some Restickable glue to the carrier template, staying within the outline of the envelopes. My first attempt at this failed because I used a spray adhesive so there were areas on the carrier template not covered by envelope when I went to print; the page would not feed through the printer because it was too sticky. You don't have to cover the entire area of the envelope; just put enough to keep it stuck down as it feeds through the printer. In the test example below, I was only printing five envelopes so I only put glue on those five spots. In the future I'd plan to do a full page at a time. You should be able to re-use the carrier template. Perhaps if you were printing fewer than 12 envelopes, you could put plain paper over any adhesive not covered by an envelope. Below is the carrier template with five envelopes. To the right is a test print page because I needed to make sure I remembered how to load the paper: 4. Load the carrier template with envelopes into your printer; make sure you have it loaded correctly (I goofed the first few times ). Print at high quality: ... The reason I have duplicates in the above test is that I'm trying to decide how much info to put on the envelope. If anyone wants a .psd, .pdf, or .jpg copy of the carrier template let me know. I think I'm going to switch from plastic flips to these envelopes. I may print two for each and have a separate envelope for the old inserts and such (kept in a separate file).