Thursday, August 11, 2016

Craft Organization - Wafer Thin Die Storage **Deflecto & Beacon**

My wafer thin metal storage is a mess and I desperately needed to organize it so I could find my dies and actually use them!!  They were in such a huge mess that I hated to delve into the stash and find the one to use since they would just spill on to the floor when I opened my cabinet.  So here is my way to fix this problem so I can find the die I want to use and not break the bank on a way to store them!!

I used a couple of different methods to store the dies, but the main idea is to use a thick cardstock with a Deflecto magnetic sheet glued to it with Beacon Power Tac glue and slip these magnetic sheets into a plastic Deflecto pouch (or when I ran out a plastic wrapper the dies came in) and then place the pouches in a Heidi Swapp Memory book I had laying around.  

Check out my full video tutorial on how I made this DIY Wafter Thin Die Storage below!

Now I can find my dies very easily so I will use them more and also store them on a shelf and they look pretty and not just a giant mess!!

I can even store my stamps and dies that work together in one pouch!!!  Double win!!

I am hosting a 700 subscriber prize for my YouTube channel - all you need to do is
1) comment on the DIY Wafer Thin Die Storage Video
2) subscribe to my channel (link HERE). 

Please comment that you are interested in the prize and that you are a subscriber!!  Open to EVERYONE and ALL COUNTRIES.  Prize is various dies and other fun crafty goodies!!

Now it is your turn, what are you going to organize today?!?!

Supplies Used
Book - Heidi Swapp
Pouches - Deflecto
Magnetic Sheets - Deflecto
Various Dies - Spellbinders, Die-Namites, Craftwell, Heartfelt Creations, MFT, etc
Various Papers - Robin's Nest, Websters, etc
Glue - Beacon



  1. I store my wafer thin dies on magnets also but just put them in a case. This is a great idea to make them easier to access. Thanks for the great idea!

  2. Cool system. I
    use magnetic
    sheets also,
    and store in
    a large plastic
    box. Message
    left on U-tube.
    Carla from Utah

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