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Old 03-30-2008, 04:53 AM   #1
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I've been using nugget tins except for the square ones. They'll have to go in a DVD tin.
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I made a piece of cardboard and lined it with magnetic tape, then I use a CD case to store all of them. The CD case that has the pages inside. It then zips up and is all contained. I really like it I will try to post a pic.
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I made a piece of cardboard and lined it with magnetic tape, then I use a CD case to store all of them. The CD case that has the pages inside. It then zips up and is all contained. I really like it I will try to post a pic.
I'd love to see a picture of this -- I need a visual!!!! Please post one if you can. I have Nestabilities coming and need to figure out storage.
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Ok I posted pics in my gallery for my Nestibilities CD storage. I also posted some of my stamp area. I couldn't figure out how to put in a thumbnail on this thread my picture was too big. Any ideas? But you should be able to view my gallery tomorrow. I think they need to be approved before you can see them.
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Thanks Kelly, I will check it out tomorrow!
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I just put mine in clear CD cases with the middle removed. I put magnetic tape on the one side to hold them in place. I like being able to see them.
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Ok I posted pics in my gallery for my Nestibilities CD storage. I also posted some of my stamp area. I couldn't figure out how to put in a thumbnail on this thread my picture was too big. Any ideas? But you should be able to view my gallery tomorrow. I think they need to be approved before you can see them.
They don't approve uploads on sundays so I'm going to check it out tomorrow. I can't visualize it either.
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Ok I posted pics in my gallery for my Nestibilities CD storage. I also posted some of my stamp area. I couldn't figure out how to put in a thumbnail on this thread my picture was too big. Any ideas? But you should be able to view my gallery tomorrow. I think they need to be approved before you can see them.
Hi! I checked out your gallery ... that is a great way to store them! Same idea as the CD cases, but it zips up ... thanks for sharing the pictures! Sometimes I just need a visual!
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I use CD cases with magnetic tape. You can put 2 sets in each case - one on each side. For example, small and large circles, small and large scalloped circles, etc.

I've been using this method since they came out and it works for me!
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thanks for the pics. I actually found a cd case the other day while cleaning up my craft room so I can use it for this! I hope I can find magnetic strips too...
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I bought magnetic strips at Michaels, but I'm sure you could find them at an office supply store too ... Staples or something like that.
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I just put mine in clear CD cases with the middle removed. I put magnetic tape on the one side to hold them in place. I like being able to see them.
That's exactly how I store mine. Works like a charm!
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I've been storing mine in CD cases, but I'm planning on makeing a storage system like a bulletin board covered in magnetic tape so I can store them on the wall right above my Big Kick. I haven't made it yet, but this is my idea.
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Instead of purchasing magnetic tape....just recycle those magnetic business cards that you get in the mail and one your phone books. Free and they work just great.
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Yup, that's what I did. Here's a sample: nestabilities storage

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Good idea! My fridge is covered with those things.
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Thanks for all of these great ideas!
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sorry for the post - i should have read the entire thread... i do the same thing with CDs and magnetic 'ads'...
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Vistaprint has an offer right now for 10 free magnetic calendars (5.59" x 4.33"). http://www.vistaprint.com

Shipping (at least to my address) is $4.74.

That's a darn good price if you want to get some thin magnets to cut up. (And you'll have some left over to actually use as a calendar!)

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I've been using this method since they came out and it works for me!
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I hope the pics post correctly since this is my first time trying to do this. I use a magnetic binder from quicKutz. They were normally around $12 at HL but then I used my 40% off coupon so they were a lot cheaper. I plan on organizing any new ones I may get like this as well. It is easy for me to have access to all the sizes of a particular shape this way because I don't always know what size I will end up actually using.

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I set up my current set in a cd case but then realized I won't be able to use it for my long rectangles that I have on order. So I'll have to figure out a different method or else have them stored in 2 places.
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I keep mine on 2 Quickutz magnetic storage books and they are great! No space at all and I can take them all with me.
QK also came out with a great magnetic wand that I use to take them off the book without ruining my nails in the process
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I keep mine on 2 Quickutz magnetic storage books and they are great! No space at all and I can take them all with me.
QK also came out with a great magnetic wand that I use to take them off the book without ruining my nails in the process
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I think I might like that better. I wonder if M's has it-I'll be going on Monday.
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M's does not carry QK, but lots os online stores do.
I really do love this storage system. I have 12 sets of large nestabilities and they fit perfectly in 2 super thin books.
I can take them to crop with me and they take no space at all.
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I keep mine on 2 Quickutz magnetic storage books and they are great! No space at all and I can take them all with me.
QK also came out with a great magnetic wand that I use to take them off the book without ruining my nails in the process
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I just bought this at Hobby Lobby today using the 40% off coupon. (The magnetic book.) I hadn't read your post or else I would have been looking for the wand too. They only had the one magnetic storage book so I put it in my cart and wandered around. I was trying to decide if this was something that I HAD to have.. since I do have some magnetic calendars already that I can use in the CD cases that the nestabilities come with. Granted, I don't actually have any nestabilities, but I did order some from Cutathome last week and I will be ordering more this week with April's coupon. Anyhow, I was thinking this would be a nice way to store ALL of the sets I buy in one place.

I'll have to check back at Hobby Lobby to see if they carry the magnetic wand.

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Thanks Kimberly. I might be able to hit Hobby Lobby monday too so I'll check there.
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Thanks Kimberly. I might be able to hit Hobby Lobby monday too so I'll check there.
When I was at the LSS on Monday, they had this storage book too -- even in PINK! I didn't buy it then because I wanted to think about it. HL had it only in black, although maybe they had the other color but it was just sold out.
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Oh I'd rather have pink. I'm doing my scraproom in pink and green. I might check HL but if they don't have the pink I'll look online. No LSS around here but there might be one in the town that HL is in.
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OK, so I really liked the CD wallet idea, but couldn't find one that I really liked. So I bought the inserts for the CD wallet and am using my BIA to make my own book! I punched all the holes and have the nesties in the little sleeves, but I need to get a bigger coil before I can bind it. I also have to figure out how I want to decorate it. Hopefully I will get the right size coil on Monday and get it all done that night. I am so excited! I get to combine my nesties with my BIA!!
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i broke down and bought the tins from gina k and magnetic paper from staples that will make it easier to organize as i have alot of regular spellbinders also
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I love that QuikKutz idea - and 8x11 storage works best for me for just about everything I've found... but I was too impatient to order the QuikKutz and wait -

So I took a thin piece of 8x11 cardboard (the kind that is in cardstock packs in the back) and ran it through my big Xyron with the laminate/magnet cartridge twice (so magnet was on both sides) - then trimmed it down a bit smaller than 8x11, cut 1/2 inch off the top of 2 sheet protectors and slid the magnet sheets with my nesties and wizard dies stuck to it into the sheet protectors and put them in a plastic 3-prong portfolio.

Works perfect and I didn't spend a dime or have to wait!!
Easy to see every set, flip through them, easy to pull the sheet in and out of the sheet protector and keep everything safe, clean and compactly stored!

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I went to the Quickutz website and apparently I was wrong about seeing this in pink. It only comes in white or black. I must have been thinking about the storage binders for the smaller dies. Oops!!

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Thanks to all you wonderful ladies for mentioning the Quikutz storage binders for the nesties. I just got mine and they work beautifully!
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