Storage Tip #3 Dies (Part 1)

FRAMELITS, THINLITS & EDGLITS
If things are not easy to get to, I tend not to use them. Searching through my Framelits, Edglits & Thinlits to get the one I’m looking for was time consuming. And then I had to get them out of the package and pull them off the tape that they are stuck to, without bending them.

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So, when I saw this storage solution from Stamp N Storage I was thrilled! Until I saw the price. Then I saw that I could order the magnetic boards in a bundle with the box and that made it more affordable. Still pricey but better. I have to say that they are worth it. The magnets are strong and I don’t have to worry about my dies falling off like I did when I tried using heating vent covers. (Be sure to click on the pictures for a close up view.) This one is the medium size. I have just a little over 20 sets in it. So, lots of room to grow!

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I have labeled all of my dies and added the number of dies in the set. I can easily flip through them and best of all, I can store them right next to my Big Shot. I love it!

SPELLBINDERS

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I rarely use my Spellbinders anymore. But when I do this system works great for me. I put strips of magnet inside CD cases and added the dies. I labeled the sides so that I could easily see them.

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(Outside of CD case.)

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(Inside of case.) The Stampin’ Up! die sets are too big for CD cases. In my next post I will show you how I store all my Bigz dies. It’s awesome!

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