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    How does everyone store their cuttlebug dies. I have started to get a good collection of them and need to find a good way to organize them. Thanks for any ideas.

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    How does everyone store their cuttlebug dies. I have started to get a good collection of them and need to find a good way to organize them. Thanks for any ideas.

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    I am stumped too, I only have 4 so I just toss them in with my Boss Kut dies.
    bonnie


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    I use the small silverware drawers by rubbermaid to store my dies. I also have one for my sizzix green dies and embossing folders.

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    I once found someone on Ebay who had some nice system but I didn't want to jump out there until I investigated the choices. I have the same problem. I want to contain everything and be able to cart it around. Hmmm.

    What do yall think about this: (cut and paste into your browser)

    http://cgi.ebay.com:80/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2...idgettype=osi_widg et

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    I did see those on e-bay but I don't see any for the 2 x 6 ones. I think for now, I am gonna have to go with the silverware drawer storage, I have heard a few people say that is what they are using. I won't normally be taking the cuttlebug with me to crops so this should work fine for me right now. If anyone comes up with anything else, let us all know.

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    those listed on ebay look like the diskette holders you can purchase at office supply stores:

    office dept diskette holders

    it looks like you can get a better price at the office depot (or probably staples, office max, etc.) i have purchased the "slide" holders (picture slides) to store the quickutz dies and they work great.


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    GREAT idea. Thanks Scrappin-wannabe. I'll check out the office store.

    Laura
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    I also store the QK Revolution dies in CD holders found in office supply stores or any places that sells similar products.
    bonnie


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    When I was at good old Wal-mart, I found the storage thing that I wanted. I think I looked in every department trying to look "outside the box" for an idea. In the fishing/hunting department they have Plano Prolatch Stow Away 4-15 adjustable compartments. It's just a clear storagae container with dividers and I got all my dies in it. I think I will get one more when I go back so as I get more I will have a place for them. It was only $4.88.


 

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