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Unread 08-10-2007, 10:47 PM   #1
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Forgive me if this has be asked and answered... I am wondering how everyone stores their plates, dies and embossing folders when not using them?
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I have all of mine in a sterlite tote box that has the lid with clamps on the sides. I put the enmossing folders(large ones) into the sleeves of a photo album with the cardboard they came with. I am looking for better storage ideas since my collection is growing.
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I only have a few, so right now, they are in an empty diaper wipes container.
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I put mine in empty SU stamp boxes from background stamps, since I don't store my BG stamps in the case. Then they can be shelved with my stamps and be nearby and easily contained.
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I also use a Sterlite tote box to store all my dies. I also do like bensarmom does too using the empty stamp boxes, and I have Cuttlebug alphas in those.

Now that I am thinking about this and typing this out...I am remembering I needed to buy a bigger Sterlite box. When I used my dies the other day, I thought I needed a bigger box.
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I got a few free stamps from TAC....the ones you get for every $30.00 you spend. I put the stamps in with other TAC sets and use the empty plastic boxes to store small sets of dies. One set fits perfectly in each.
I just use plastic zip-lock bags for the embossing folders and larger dies. I store all this, together with my CM cutting system templates and blades, in an open plastic box for easy access.
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good ideas! Thank you.
Any other ideas?
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I have quite a few, both the card-size folders and the smaller ones.

For the smaller ones, I use the plastic sleeve sheets you get for trading cards (9 pockets to a page) and keep them in a 3-ring binder. There are sheets with larger pockets that fit the card-size folders.

I also use the trading card size sheets to store the little clear $1 stamps that came from Michaels.

I got the plastic sheets at Office Depot.
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I use the Cropper Hopper stackable drawers. I have photos in my gallery:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/....php?cat=10155

Scroll down to the bottom to see the three pictures I have of my CB storage.
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my CB folders and in an SU! stamp & store box (will hold about 6-

and the little die sets (4) fit nicely in a CD case (will hold 2 sets)

then i have them on a shelf like my stamp sets.
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I love the snapware containers that you can find at JoAnn's, Target, Lowes. It has three rectangular plastic containers that stack on top of each other and snap togther. It has a plastic lid with a handle to complete the set. I usually get mine at JoAnn's when they have 50% off on containers. It will even hold the platforms and acrylic plates. This way I have all my Cuttlebug stuff together in one place.
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I have all my embossing folders in a large recipe box (plain wood - keep meaning to dress it up with some pretty paper!!). The small embossing folders I have stowed into a little album that's designed for baseball cards. And the small square dies I have in holder from Sizzix (designed to fit their Sizzlit dies, which are the same size)
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I only have the CB BG embossing folders and I had an expandable check holder (from Wal Mart) that I'd bought for small scraps of card stock. Wasn't big enough for that. Anyway, I put tabs on it and my folders fit just fine. I have 2 or 3 to a "pocket".

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I don't have many so right now they are in a Longaberger bread basket on a ledge right above my machine!
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I love the snapware containers that you can find at JoAnn's, Target, Lowes. It has three rectangular plastic containers that stack on top of each other and snap togther. It has a plastic lid with a handle to complete the set. I usually get mine at JoAnn's when they have 50% off on containers. It will even hold the platforms and acrylic plates. This way I have all my Cuttlebug stuff together in one place.
I have these too and they're awesome! I find mine at Target in the housewares section (like where they have the plastic wastebaskets and laundry baskets.)
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I have quite a few, both the card-size folders and the smaller ones.

For the smaller ones, I use the plastic sleeve sheets you get for trading cards (9 pockets to a page) and keep them in a 3-ring binder. There are sheets with larger pockets that fit the card-size folders.

I also use the trading card size sheets to store the little clear $1 stamps that came from Michaels.

I got the plastic sheets at Office Depot.
I also use a 3 ring binder with sheet protectors as my storage system. And its easily expandable too. I got the supplies at an office supply store (office depot or office max). Back to school time you might find them on sale.
The CD storage sheets will hold A2, and alpha dies
3x3 diskette sheet protector sleeves will hold 3x3 dies
trading card sleeves hold the smaller dies
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I also use a 3 ring binder with sheet protectors as my storage system. And its easily expandable too. I got the supplies at an office supply store (office depot or office max). Back to school time you might find them on sale.
The CD storage sheets will hold A2, and alpha dies
3x3 diskette sheet protector sleeves will hold 3x3 dies
trading card sleeves hold the smaller dies
Yup, what she said. I actually purchased some protective sheets from someone here on SCS about 3 months ago. One sheet has two slots and fits the embossing folders okay. The slots were a little large and if I tipped the notebook too far, they would slide out but I fixed that by putting some rivites (with my Cropadile) close to the folder on the slot to shrink it's size.
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Thanks to everone for their ideas. I am going with the 3- ring binder system I think!!
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I also use a 3 ring binder with sheet protectors as my storage system. And its easily expandable too. I got the supplies at an office supply store (office depot or office max). Back to school time you might find them on sale.
The CD storage sheets will hold A2, and alpha dies
3x3 diskette sheet protector sleeves will hold 3x3 dies
trading card sleeves hold the smaller dies
Thanks for this info too.. I was struggling with ideas for storing my growing collection of CB stuff which is all smashed into a lunch box tin and is really not user friendly! I think I will go the way of the 3-ring binder as well.
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I also use a 3 ring binder with sheet protectors as my storage system. And its easily expandable too. I got the supplies at an office supply store (office depot or office max). Back to school time you might find them on sale.
The CD storage sheets will hold A2, and alpha dies
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trading card sleeves hold the smaller dies
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At present, I keep my Cuttlebug embossing folders in one of the drawers of a large pattern file drawer ( like the ones in the fabric stores for sewing). I was able to purchase several from fabric shops when I worked for fabric companies. Right now, they are loose in the drawer (not in any type of container other than the package), but I may begin storing them in a plastic container my DH brought home to me a few months ago, but still in the drawer if it fits. Before the file drawer, I had been keeping them in a large round paper mache box, but had to switch to the drawer because I have more than a few now. The pattern file drawers are excellent for storing. The sections are a perfect fit for the folders when stored crosswise or I guess that could be horizontal while still being kept in the package so that you will know which folder you are using. I also use them to store my SU! stamp sets as well. They also have a space on/in the drawer pull which can be used to label drawer contents. You can always check the stores; ie., Joann's or Hobby Lobby and even Wal-Mart to see if they may be replacing or down-sizing and want to sell what they no-longer need. These file drawers/cabinets hold an incredible amount of crafting supplies and access to the items is really great because you don't have to climb to unstack in order to find ( not saying that I don't have some of that, too), but it is a tremendous ease in access to things that I use more than others. Well, I know that this is a lot to answer your question, but I hope that it does help you out. If not with the Cuttlebug storage, perhaps with other storage issues that you may have or someone else may have concerns with as well. Plus, you can use those little storage bins or baskets or dividers or whatever your preference may be to separate things so that they don't shift around in the drawers and you don't have to dig all through things and have and even bigger mess than before.....OK, I'm stopping now...HAGD
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I keep my Cuttlebug embossing folders in a Altered Lunch Box with file dividers. It is a perfect size, and I purchased it from Oriental Trading for under five dollars. It still has room for more, and I have most of the current folders. I don't have many dies, because I own a cricut too, so use my bug for mostly embossing, which makes the lunch box the perfect storage for me.
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There is a store on ebay called "Everything By Hand". They have all kinds of storage sleeves for Cuttlebug, Boss Kut, Sizzix, etc. I have sleeves to put every die cut, embossing folder, etc in and they are all in 2 - 3 ring binder. They even have sleeves for the Cuttlebug Alphabet. It's nice to have all of them together. They are very reasonablly priced and you can get any quantity you need. You don't need to bid on anything unless you want to. Check it out - it's great!!
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I'm a visual person and have to see everything, if I store it away, I'll never use it. I love the cute little pink, black, and white storage boxes made for Quickutz, but if I store my dies in those, they'll never be used. I went to a photoshop and bought the plastic pages that photo slides are stored in. I put all my 2x2 dies and 2x2 embossing folders in the clear little pockets and then put them in a black 3 ring binder. Now all I have to do is flip through the pages and pick out what I want to use. I also put the Cuttlebug Alphabets in these, the dies are not completely covered, but they stay put. This system works great for me as I can SEE everything.
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I made a box for my dies using two chipboard coasters as the front and back with a suspended box sandwiched between. I have a pic in my gallery : http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=63705
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We have a Rockler wood workers store near us and about 4 years ago, my husband started buying me the big square box that holds drill bits (I think) and after 4 of them he decided to make me three more. But anyhoo, I put my EFs in the plastic container that the Sizzix Simple Impressions brass dry embossing templates came in. I bought so many of them when they were 80% off that I bought the case and then I had all these clear plastic envelopes and the EFs fit in them perfectly. I then store them in a wooden box which is placed inside a cabinet that my husband made. However, I didn't know what to do with the small folders or the dies and thanks to Momis Mama I know do. I have a question, however. You said you can get 2 sets in a CD case. Did you take the plastic holder for the CD itself out? I can only get one set in a case. It sure is nice to get that weekly inkling. Thanks.
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Provo Craft has a new Cuttlebug storage binder. I am not sure if it is available yet but it is on their new products page.
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I used a different color of card stock and made a sample of each embossing folder I own. Then I numbered the card stock and the embossing folder with the same number. Card stock samples are on a notebook ring and the folders are in picture plastic cases that you can buy and just fold together. They are in numerical order and are very easy to find the one you want. I also use them for the cutting dies as well. They lay flat in a drawer.
I sure like the idea about the lunch tin storage!! I just covered 20 of them for Christmas gifts. Maybe someone will be getting something else!!!
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For my folders, I covered a lunch tin and store them inside. For the dies, I covered a little drawer I picked up at Target a while back. Only the bottom drawer is filled right now.
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I love the snapware containers that you can find at JoAnn's, Target, Lowes. It has three rectangular plastic containers that stack on top of each other and snap togther. It has a plastic lid with a handle to complete the set. I usually get mine at JoAnn's when they have 50% off on containers. It will even hold the platforms and acrylic plates. This way I have all my Cuttlebug stuff together in one place.
Wow...thanks...I have 2 empty ones right now and I can move my stuff into that!!! WOOHOO....thanks for the idea!
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I received my latest Sizzix order yesterday which was Bigkick cutting pads and they came in a flat plastic container that snaps shut and holds 3 sets of the small dies. Just another possibility.
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I don't have a lot, but what I have fits nicely in the Designer Label Punch Box, which I emptied as soon as I got it. Free storage!
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