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    • Cammie Jordan

      She covered a board with small magnetic pieces from the Dollar Store $1 each... and covered the edges with cute tape. She then made labels for each of the die sets she has & put the metal dies on top of the label. Looks so nice! Canadian Scrapbooker Blog » Tuesday with the Team by Sue Sykes

    • The Crafty Lady

      thin metal die storage. I think I might adapt this idea to fit in the lower inside of my armoir

    • Sherrie Hendrix

      thin metal die storage. I'm gonna make one! do this and use magnetic that I already have

    • Kathleen Wright

      thin metal die storage. I'm gonna make one! Wonder how that magnetic paint would work?

    • SaraAnne Williams

      thin metal die storage. Im gonna make one! Brilliant#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    • Maureen Schafer Ellis

      Canadian Scrapbooker Backstage Pass by Jackie Ludlage Blog - die cut storage idea

    • Melinda Abrahamson

      magnetic sheets on a cavas to store thin metal dies on a wall

    • Judy Ciminillo

      thin metal die storage. I'm gonna make one! Brilliant==

    • Joanne Mower Graves

      Paper crafting organization: thin metal die storage.

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