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April 30, 2013

Storing Spellbinders Die Templates-TUTORIAL

Hello all! Today, I'm showing you my method to store my Spellbinders Die Templates! I use these clear DVD cases that Becca Feeken links to HERE.

However, almost everyone I know uses magent sheets to allow the die templates to 'stick' in place. I found these magnet sheets to be a bit pricey for my taste and since Xyron manufactures a cool product called Magnet Tape I thought I'd give it a go.

So, I got out my supplies: Xyron Magnet Tape, a clear DVD case and some Spellbinders Die Templates (this set is from the Card Creator Series):

Spellbinders storage 1

I opened the case and laid down 4 strips (1-4 inch strip and 3-5 inch strips) of maget tape-it's adhesive backed, so it sticks to the DVD case like it's always been there!

Spellbinders storage 2

I added the die templates, following the same efficient layout that they came packaged in....

Spellbinders storage 3

And VOILA! Some fast, efficient and ECONOMICAL storage for my metal die templates!

Spellbinders storage 4

Sometimes I repeat the process on the other side of the DVD case, particularly when the sets are related. I figure I can get about 10 sets stored with a single Magnet Tape Dispenser from Xyron! You could go all crazy and decorate the case too, but I'm a visual person, so I like to see what I'm using, so I've left mine plain, for the most part.

LOVE how economical this makes my die storage!


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Do the dies fall out when the case is opened or tipped upside down? I use this method as well, but some of the adhesive magnets I bought are so thin the dies don't stick well.

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