Great Way to Store your Thinlits and Framelits!
I have tried several means of storing these wonderful tools. First, I purchased a box and stored them on magnetic sheets that came with the plastic box. Soon I found that I was spending to much time going through the box looking for what I wanted. Each sheet had to be taken out. This was expensive and bulky.
I liked the idea of the magnetic sheets to hold the Framelits and Thinlits. Off to the craft store I went to buy magnetic sheets. Those were expensive also. A roll was around twenty dollars. My handy man saw what I was doing one day while he was doing a job. He wanted to know what I was doing. When I mentioned the price of the magnetic sheets, he looked at them and then suggestion that I use a magnetic furnace guard. Well, I found these at Lowe’s and the pack of three furnace grate covers cost around $5 and they provided more magnetic sheets than the one roll. Plus, they are white on the back side where I could write the name and number.
Cut the magnetic sheet a fraction smaller that the folder the dies come in. After you struggle getting them off of that horrible tape they are on, put them on your magnetic sheet and slide the sheet back in the plastic holder. Now these folders can be stored standing up so you can see the names in a plastic shoe box or something about that size. They are now at your figure tips and ready to be used.