Spellbinder Storage

by Faith

I've got quite a few sets of Spellbinders, and I was having trouble with keeping them together.

I did some research on storage ideas, and finally I came up with this inexpensive idea.

I had an old three ring binder, so I got some plastic sheet protectors and put them in it.

I cut the front off of each Spellbinder package and attached it to a sheet protector, and put the corresponding dies inside.

It's easy to just flip through and find the right ones, and the folder fits right on my shelf, and doesn't take up much room. (which is good if you have limited space!)

Christina says ...

This is an excellent idea for Spellbinders as the cost of these dies means they need to be taken care of ... if you want a lifetimes use from them.

There are many ideas on how to store them ... you just need to find the right one for you. So why not try Faiths' idea if you have limited space too.

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Aug 28, 2015
Die Storage
by: AbbyKidabby

After at least a half dozen different (and expensive) and expensive attempts to find the perfect die storage system, I went with the Artbin case and magnetic sheets. The prices vary greatly between the three major U.S. crafting stores but I found Hobby Lobby is the least expensive. One of the big three sells the pack of three magnetic sheets for $15.99 but Hobby Lobby sells them for $8.99 and I always use the 40% off coupon. I also use my P-Touch label maker and adhere the labels to the magnetic sheets so I know where the dies go. It takes up very little space in my craft area!

Sep 24, 2014
Magnetic storage
by: Cheryl C

I totally recommend the magnetic storage found at Michaels and Joanns. This is because they hold the dies in place. Having the butterflies and other smaller dies slip down together risks damaging them. I made binder of all my dies and which storage box they are in. What I did was lay each die on the printer glass, as many as would nicely fit (most printers copy as well as print) and then made a copy. Each die had the box number where it was stored it. Then I stored the copy in my biinder titled ART SUPPLIES.
A hint - in the storage box, with each die I cut out the die cut company, name and website from the front of the packaging. This way I can go back and find out if there are any more dies that match the ones I have and I don't have to remember where my dies came from. This has already been of great help.

Jan 31, 2014
Spellbinder Storage
by: ScrapperJF

I use bins made by ArtBin. These bins come with 3 dividers which are magnetic so the dies (really) stick to them. I am in the US and they are sold at stores like JoAnn's and Michaels. They are not cheap but the bins and extra dividers are often on sale for 50% off so keep an eye out! I save the packages for my SBs in a separate place. I also keep an Excel spreadsheet listing all of the dies I have along with photos of card ideas using each one.

Dec 23, 2013
Storage ideas.
by: Vee

Great idea! I use empty CD cases for the smaller ones and that keeps them safe too (and they store very easily)

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