This page is titled ... Storing your Spellbinders... but it can apply to any make of die that you have in your collection.
But storing them safely has to be one of the most important things you can do.
That way you will get a lifetimes worth of use from each and every one.
The video will show you one idea that you may like to try
Lots of companies are now starting to make dies in many different shapes and sizes.
Some are words that can make up many sentences for your greetings, others can build scenes that you can add to your cards.
Others will create the most gorgeous patterns and backgrounds.
More still will give you shapes to add to your designs that are so intricate you would never be able to replicate them by hand.
But once you start to collect dies, of any make it, becomes something of an addiction.... ask me how do I know this ????
And the reason for this is because they can help you to produce so many beautiful looks for any of your projects.
I am always mindful of the cost involved in having a collection of dies and so the need to collect carefully and look after what you have is paramount.
And so the tutorial will show one way to store and protect them safely on magnetic sheets.
You can buy the magnetic sheets from many places and here are some of the places that you can get them....
Magnetic Sheets are ideal for Storing Your Spellbinders and if you follow the tips in the video you will always know when one of your precious dies is missing because you will see instantly the gap on the sheet.
Keeping the original packaging is always a good idea too, and then I store some of mine in a large plastic box so that I can instantly flick through them to find the one I need.
I hope you will find the storage ideas useful to you
But a little word of caution.... magnetic sheets come in different thicknesses and if all you want them for is storage then there is no problem with any that you buy.
But if you want to use them to hold your dies in place to make frames and run them through your die cutting machine then choose carefully.
The EBosser ... for example, uses a magnetic sheet and it needs to be a thinner one so as not to damage the machine.
Just go cautiously at first until you are sure that the sheet you have will work comfortably with your die cutter.
I cannot be held responsible for any damage that you cause to your die cutter by using a too thick sheet.