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Old 01-07-2021, 02:43 PM   #1  
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Ok here I am with one of my weird searches...

I use cardboard for storing my dies in pockets to protect them from bending. I usually get it from my local stationary store who sells it to me for 30 cents for a letter size piece. I like it because it is strong but only maybe 1/16 thick?

Chipboard to my understanding is thicker than that? I cut up what cardboard comes my way but I use more than that.

Any ideas for sources? Cereal boxes are not strong enough. Other boxes are too thick.

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Would gift boxes be the right thicknesses? If so, you might be able to find some in holiday clearance at Target, Walmart, etc.
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Unfortunately too thin but that was a good suggestion thanks

I was looking at chipboard tonight at blicks but I dont know how to gauge it. What is .10 inch on a ruler? I dont have tenths marks on mine. I am going to assume a little less than an eighth. Still too thick.

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Would 2 layers of gift box be too thick?
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M, I use mat board meant for framing pictures. If you have a frame shop nearby, they often give the center cut pieces away for free or charge very little for them. My craft room is done in shades of aqua/turquoise; I found a pad of patterned paper in these colors and covered the boards to coordinate. I love the look!

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Is the backing from letter/legal pads, or old notebooks thick enough? Or from patterned paper pads?

Does chipboard come in different thicknesses? Or still too thick?

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hmmm...the mat thing is an interesting idea!! I could ask at my blick....they certainly would be prettier than just cardboard!

That sounds very pretty with the wall decor!

I am trying to avoid having to glue pieces together to make them strong enough but needs must....

Some of the backs of writing pads would be perfect...the ones I have are too thin...but again I could glue them together. I do save them but dont have any left.

chipboard comes in multiple thicknesses but I am having trouble figuring out which one would be good as the measurements they use are foreign to me.

I guess I am the only one who does this. (uses cardboard to support dies in pockets) I just feel dies are expensive and I want to protect them....
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I just started buying thin dies. (I only had some old Sizzix dies) For the dies that didn’t come on magnetic sheets, I’ve been using a piece of magnetic vent cover stuck to the package insert. Then I’m putting them in storage pockets/envelopes - with their stamp set if there is one. Since I don’t have a lot of these (yet), this works for me.
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Here's a chart that tells how chipboard is measured for thickness.

Chipboard thickness is measured by a point system. Each point is 1/1000th of an inch. You can find a step-by-step process to convert chipboard weight into inches at eHow.
  • Light - 20 pt or 1/42nd of an inch, about the thickness of a cereal box.
  • XL - 32 pt. or 1/32nd of an inch, about the thickness of a credit card
  • Extra Heavy - 50-52 pt or 1/20th of an inch, about the thickness of a penny.
  • 2X - 85 pt. or 3/32nd of an inch, about the thickness of 2 dimes.
How does the chipboard that you like measure out on this simple chart?

Amazon, Walmart, Joann, Michaels, etc all carry chipboard packages or singles.
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Diane, you never cease to amaze me with the depth of knowledge and/or research that you have/do... Helpful, to say the least!
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Also a big fan of the magnetic vent covers to hold the dies. In some cases you can use the thinner cardboard the dies are originally taped to and, as has happened a lot, you rip that getting the dies off, I currently use the cardboard that comes with DSP. The vent covers make the thickness of the backing piece less important. I just tape them into place and none have fallen off.......yet.....LOL
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I use vent covers when I have multiple dies. Then yes I could do thinner cardboard.

But when say I have a A2 solid cover die or something like that with no extra bits...I don't use magnet for that. I just put it in with the nice cardboard.

I need to change my text settings. Since the upgrade it is so tiny. I know I can fix it in the now but I want to fix my permanent....

Fionna is the Goddess of Information! Ok let me see if I can grab a piece and figure that out. Thank you!
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I found a piece of it. It equates to the penny thickness. What a great way for me to figure this out.
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This is the chipboard I use to back my magnet sheets for dies, in case you need a source for more:

https://www.amazon.com/Grafix-Medium.../dp/B00161W6L8
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Thanks Dina! I unfortunately just did an AZ order 20 mins ago but I put it in my shopping list for the next one. That looks like the perfect weight!
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I guess I am the only one who does this. (uses cardboard to support dies in pockets) I just feel dies are expensive and I want to protect them....
I too use cardboard to protect my dies. I usually use the backings from paper pads or the inserts that come with the magnetic vent covers. I have also tried the Scrap Matt boards from Michaels. Sometimes I can get some freebies other times low cost.
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Ebay also carries chipboard, but I don't know how their prices compare to others.
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Here's a chart that tells how chipboard is measured for thickness.

Chipboard thickness is measured by a point system. Each point is 1/1000th of an inch. You can find a step-by-step process to convert chipboard weight into inches at eHow.
  • Light - 20 pt or 1/42nd of an inch, about the thickness of a cereal box.
  • XL - 32 pt. or 1/32nd of an inch, about the thickness of a credit card
  • Extra Heavy - 50-52 pt or 1/20th of an inch, about the thickness of a penny.
  • 2X - 85 pt. or 3/32nd of an inch, about the thickness of 2 dimes.
How does the chipboard that you like measure out on this simple chart?

Amazon, Walmart, Joann, Michaels, etc all carry chipboard packages or singles.
Thank you for this, but I'm confused about the comparisons to the 20pt being the thickness of a cereal box and the 32 pt being the thickness of a credit card. While credit cards are stiffer than a cereal box, mine are all quite a bit thinner. Don't eat cereal at all, but my stamping friends use them to protect the fronts of cards they send.
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Confession!...I am "thrifty", "discerning", "frugal", "Scottish heritage"....OK already....CHEAP!!!
At Costco they line between layers of product on skids with sheets of paper/chipboard/cardboard. When I need some I just look for the thickness I want and there usually is something that will do the trick. At Costco I find the boxes that the Quick Oats come in is really nice and strong, but doesn't go very far.
The other freebie I pick up is at the grocery store. In the produce section the boxes of tomatoes sometimes come with this very thin bubbly plastic which I cut up and use to cover the front of embellished cards I put in envelopes and envel-boxes for protection. Sometimes it is white and sometimes it is dark grey. My friends are very forgiving they know it's the card inside that matters not the package it came in; although I try to dress that up a bit too, if I have time.
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I’ve splurged on canvas frames. I use the magnetic strips from Home Depot and completely cover the frame. I hang them on my wall in my craft room. So far I’ve covered ten frames. I can keep my dies in order and see everything I have in a short look over the boards. Now that I’m buying stamp sets and dies that coordinate I will probably keep them in the same pocket but I will still back the magnetic sheets to the cardboard that fit in the plastic holders I order on line. I’ve taken ideas from several different places and made it to fit my needs. This was a process over several years. I don’t order a stamp set that has dies without buying the dies and stamps. I’m now going back to stamp sets I bought that at the time didn’t have dies or I couldn’t afford them. When I’ve done that, I’m going to take a good inventory of what I have and buy only what I really need. I have at least 200 stamp sets. I’ve probably got duplicates. But I’ve been doing this a long time and you wouldn’t believe how things have changed. I also have come to realize I don’t need everything that comes on the market. Since the trade show in Orlando has been canceled because of China Virus, I’m not going there to be tempted.
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I keep about half of my dies on magnetized chipboard sheets on my wall and half in plastic bagging with adhesive-backed magnetized sheets on chipboard. I don't eat cereal but I do have plenty of granola bar and cheese cracker box chipboard. If I need a thicker chipboard, I glue or tape or staple two together! Has anyone mentioned that?
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I guess I am the only one who does this. (uses cardboard to support dies in pockets) I just feel dies are expensive and I want to protect them....[/QUOTE]

Oh you aren’t the only one! I reuse the packaging that comes with dies, glue 2 pieces together, then attach magnet sheets for my die storage. My mom bought some sturdy 5x7 box board cards and the magnets to go with them from a US source a while back and they worked very well. I’ll ask her if she recalls the store. I bought some from her and wish I’d bought more!
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We buy the BIG boxes of Kellogg's cereal at BJ's, the ones that have 2 bags inside. That cardboard is pretty heavy, and I save the boxes to use in my crafting. The big Ritz cracker boxes are even heavier, and I save those too. When we can finally get together, @wavejumper , I'll give you some.
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I want the like button back! I want to like all the answers! pffft

Well I am glad to hear I am not the only one who stores dies this way

G-d bless you guys...I would never put dies up on my wall. It is all I can do not lose them, esp the little ones on my desk!

Thanks Jeanette-I really look forward to that visit!

I am just scared of bugs by using food cardboard. In NYC that is a thing....((knock wood)) I don't have a roach problem but others in my building do. One of the joys of apt living
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giggling over here!!!!! Need the like and emogis. and how the heck can we increase font size my old eyes are watering.
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You can also you the roller button in the center of your mouse. While I hold down the ctrl button I roll the button forward to enlarge and backwards to decrease the size.
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On my computer it's Command and the + or - key.
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Edited to say: We can pick a font style and four ways to color it but for some reason font size is no longer an option in text. But at the bottom of the edit profile page is a font size choice for some items like pull down menus.
And yes! What happened to the emojis??? :P Now I typed the colon cap P and it changed to the emoji (not the right one btw) so some may show up that way.
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I'm another matboard user. My hubby is an amatuer photographer so i have a freebie supply. check with framing shops because often will sell the salvage at a fraction of the price.
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