Die Cutting Storage Solutions for Small Craft Rooms
Hello, Friends! Are you searching for Die Cutting Storage Solutions? Then today’s video is especially for you! I’m inviting you back into my studio so you can see how I store, organize and care for my cutting dies.
Whether your crafty space is large or small, I think you’ll find some ideas that will help you develop a storage solution that will work for you.
Why I Love Dies
I’ve been an avid die cutter since the very beginning of my paper crafting journey. Dies are such a great investment! While I love paper, flowers, paints and inks, these items get used up and have to be replaced. But dies are tools. This means they last for years and years and can even be handed down to the next generation. That makes them a very good value.
I also love the way a die cut shape, frame, doily or image elevates a card design. It’s like magic! Even a simple circular die cut (which I use often) adds a layer of interest in almost any composition.
Because I love my dies, I want to store them in a way that preserves their integrity. And because I have a LOT of dies in a fairly small space, I have to maximize my storage. We’ll talk about both of those topics in the video tour below.
Die Cutting Storage Solutions Video on YouTube
If you’d like to explore these topics with me, why not grab a cuppa and join me in my studio?
I hope I’ve shared some tips you can use to help you maximize your storage space and organize your dies. I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
Thanks for stopping by, friends!
Favorite Die Cutting Storage Solutions
- Clear Over the Door Shoe Organizer
- Magnetic Vent Covers (Kelbert’s are discontinued, but these are even thicker and stronger)
- Plastic Die Cutting Envelopes