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Offline NormaJ2005

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Dies in a box
« on: May 04, 2017, 01:22:57 AM »
I took  my  dies  out of the   bigger   carry  all   container  I was  using    because  it  was   getting   so  heavy. Now  Using   one of   Rita's  ideas   for    her c/c  cases  for    stamps,  I  had a    wood   box  and   decided  to   put  my  dies  in   a   plastic  card bags  that   I  wasn't  using   because of  higher  postage.  S O  put   a   magnet in  the   bags  and   a  different   set  of  dies in  each   bag.  It  also  had   room  for  some  of the   matching   stamp  sets  that   come  with the   dies.  I  still  have   room  for  another    50  die  sets.  It  isn't  as  heavy  and  I  can   pull it   forward   to  get my   die with out  lifting.  I  think I  will  really  love this. Now  I  can  use the   case t o  store  cards  of  envelopes.  cards  I  save  for   future  ideas.....

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Re: Dies in a box
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2018, 03:33:41 PM »
I have spent 20 hours in my dies and finally got it together.zip baggies card stock and magnet sheets and labels...3 boxes full.lol razzy

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Re: Dies in a box
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2018, 03:45:11 PM »
also it cost me 23.00 to do 400 thin dies. so I thought that was ok. and it all can sit in front of me I never have to get up lol

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Re: Dies in a box
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2018, 03:08:58 PM »
I hung many of my die on the walls near my die cutting machines. That way I could see them easier. But I ran out of wall space so did like Norma for many die. I used magnetic sheets and CD boxes to put all my nestability die in and I also have a zippered carry case that has big plastic pockets in it that have magnetic sheets (designed to store die). If I keep buying die at the rate I have been I will have to come up with yet another storage idea.