How to Store Stampin’ Up Dies

Storing Stampin' Up Diea

Stampin’ Up Dies
Art Bin magnetic sheets
Art Bin storage case
Brother Label Maker

Recipe: In this video demonstration, I share an organizational tip for storing my Stampin’ Up dies. I use magnetic sheets by Art Bin and trace around the dies. This helps me know which die I’m currently using so that I put it back in the correct place. I label each magnetic sheet with my Brother label maker. I store all of the sheets in a plastic storage bin by Art Bin. At the end of this video, I share another tip that I learned about from a friend who has the Creatively Homemade blog.


I would like to thank Jen at Creatively Homemade for the great organizational tip about including coordinating dies within the stamp case. Please visit her blog for great Stampin’ Up tips and tricks.

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  1. Love your methods of storage, while I agree you don’t need to draw every nesting die, I would write the number of dies in the center.


    I found you quite by accident but I am so glad. You are a really good demostrator.
    I would like a Stampin Up catalog. I am especially interested i the cut stamp and die.
    I wnt a Scan and Cut but I am technolgy challenged. But I understand you and think I could master the basics. Do you have a suggestion as to model? I know you are busy and if you can’t answer I certainly understand.

  3. On the card of detailed dragonfly, there is a die with 5 small dragonflys linked together. I really would like to find this somewhere, for purchase. If you know of any dealers or customers with this die, and they would be willing to sell it, please let me know. Thanks.
    Brenda Miller.

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