Friday, February 19, 2010

A Little Organization

While working on unpacking and organizing my studio, I decided I need a new way to store/organize my Nestibilities die cuts.  I originally had them organized in CD cases like I had seen on several blogs












This storage system did not work well for me, I really wanted something that would contain them all in one place.  While in Hobby Lobby last week I came across a binder designed for storing clear stamps, it contained pocket type inserts... perfect!  I purchased some 8.5 x 11 magnet sheets and cut them in half (so I had 8.5 x 5.5) this fit perfectly into the pocket inserts.  Now all my dies are stored in the binder... I love it. 










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14 comments:

Carole B. said...

Great - I now have a visual image!

By the way, I got the scalloped hearts the other day too.....

Talk to you soon.

ScrappinGalz said...

I love this idea. i will have to go look for this binder TFS

Elizabeth said...

What a great idea! You ought to market it :D

Loretta Rodger said...

Really terrific idea for the storage of nesties, all in one place for easy useage!

MrsRandMrR said...

cropstop.com has the pages to use for orgnizing Nestabilities. May save you a little money.
I am not affiliated with cropstop in anyway except as a customer.

Gina said...

Wow, thanks for this idea. I currently have mine in the CD cases but it isn't working all that great for me either. I will have to look for this at Hobby Lobby.

Abi Bundy said...

What a great idea!

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Great idea! I need to get my act together and get some things in their place here soon.
xo Susie~

cardcrazy said...

Great idea, I am going to have to look for a binder like this!

Jackie said...

That's a great way to store your nesties...tfs!!

Jay Neale III said...

Very interesting work! You are very talented. I've had this idea about making scrapbook covers out of wood for quite some time. When I get around to purchasing a band saw I will experiment a bit and let you know how that goes.

I'm following this blog, now.

Lyn S said...

I love this idea, thanks for sharing!

Gloria R. said...

I found the pages with magnetic inserts already in them, at www.cropstop.com

SaCrafter said...

I love your idea!!! Thank you for sharing. I'll have to buy some of those.