I tend to be somewhat of an organization freak. I have to have EVERYTHING cataloged and organized. It saves me so much time, hassle, and headache when I know EXACTLY where everything is when I need it. Who doesn’t love to be organized?
Today I’m going to show you how I organize my dies. It’s a very easy system, far from professional, but easy to follow, catalog, and stick with!
EDITED: IMPORTANT INFO Thank You SO MUCH to a viewer who told me the BLUE backing on the magnetic sheets come off! I totally spaced on that one. I will likely keep using tacky tape though, in case I want to get rid of the dies and use the case for something else. But you can PEEL OFF the blue backing and stick where ever you like 😄💗 I seem to remember this now, but in the beginning when I started this system I decided that I wanted to easily remove the magnetic sheets if I needed to get rid of a retired set.
Feel free to watch the video. I’ve also included a mini unboxing, and I also wanted to share with you the GIFT I got from Stampin’ Up! It’s soooo pretty and sparkly!
Question: What did you think? Could you follow this system?
Let me know in the comments below, I love hearing from you!
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