Before I saw this idea for die storage on Youtube, I stored my dies in c.d. cases in a drawer, but some of them didn't fit in the cases, so they ended up in plastic bags. It wasn't really the best system so I decided to make this storage album. I can already tell that this is going to work much better.
The cover measures 11 inches x 7.5 and the pages inside are slightly smaller. The papers I used are from the "Lace & Linen Stack" by DCWV. (below)
I raided my pantry for cereal boxes and that is what all my pages are made with. The cover is just a piece of cardboard. I edged all the pages with a black marker and then added the designer paper to each side. This paper is quite thick, so the pages are pretty sturdy.
I added a pocket to some of the left side pages, In this one I have the instructions for cutting and embossing with dies and also a picture of how it looks when done. I cut these from the packaging the dies came in.
I used sticky back magnet and cut it to the sizes needed & rounded the corners, just makes it look a little neater.
Pocket on left for future use.
This is a larger die, I still have room to add a couple of smaller ones on this page. I don't know the name of this one, didn't keep the info. from the package. (Thanks Lynn for the name) There are 3 more pages in the album that I didn't show pics of, they are for future purchases.
I used 2 pieces of cereal box mod podged together for this.
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