Monday, May 11, 2009

"How do you store your dies?"...

is probably the most asked question our Design Team receives. There are many ways to store them but with SO many different dies available now, it's becoming increasingly difficult to find a multi-purpose solution. Quickutz released 4x8 adhesive backed magnetic paper earlier this year and Jenn has found a great way to use them to help store her dies.

Jenn has cut her magnetic sheets down to 4x4 and puts her dies on them. Then, she slides them into the pages of the Revolution Storage Binders.

This photo shows sets of Quickutz Cookie Cutter Dies. This is great because it allows you to keep your die sets together.

Here, Jenn has a set of her Quickutz Nesting Dies on the 4x4 sheets.

And, as you can see, this is a perfect solution for your Spellbinders Nestabilities too!

If you have a unique storage solution that works for you, we'd love for you to share! Email your pics to me at

Now onto some projects! Here's a layout from Veronica showcasing her son, Melker, and his "Funny Face!"

Veronica used the Quickutz Nesting Stars Rings , the Small Nesting Labels for her journaling and the Aquarius font for her title. Don't you just love it when you capture one of those unexpected shots of your child?!

Here's another layout I created using the new Making Memories Sports Design Card.

After I cut the baseball bat I used my Copics and added different colored strokes to give the bat a wood grain look. The title, bat, cap and silhouette of the catcher were all cut from the Sports Design Card.

Tammy received her Spring Gift Set, Relax, and couldn't wait to get scrappin'!

Don't you think the font looks like Spongebob's?! In addition to the Relax Gift Set Tammy used the Quickutz Nesting Flowers and Nesting Circles. What Gift Set did you get?

Thanks for stoppin' by today! We'll be back on Wednesday to thank a sponsor and share a project from our NSD challenge week. We hope to see you there!


1 comment:

BonnieRose said...

these two layouts are fab.. great job!