Amy here, and what can I say? When you hit on an idea that's truly amazing, you want to share it, right? Well, this is one of those things! Watch the video (at end of post) to see the very cool, inexpensive, space-saving, and adaptable system I've developed for organizing your dies. All you need is some CD- Cases, ScraPerfect's Best Glue Ever, and a sheet of overhead transparency.
Die cutting takes punching paper to the next level, and it's fun for fabric, too! There are many different systems, and the first choice is electronic or manual/hand crank; I use both for different reasons, depending upon the material, applications, available dies, accessibility. and cost. Today, I'm talking about hand crank machines and their dies, and even within this category there are so many brands and models, each with their own advantages (and disadvantages).
In the video, I'm using Cheery Lynn dies (which I love and wish I had more) but please realize that this system will work with most brands of dies as long as they fit into the case. Need a bigger case? Use the rectangular DVD Netflix type boxes, or even the old VCR tape case!