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How to store those framelits & thinlets.

One of my stampers, Nancy Cunningham, shared with me how to store those framelits and thinlits in a very organized way. First, she likes to store the stamp set and the framelits/thinlits together. In this way she only have to pull one box from  her stash and she's ready to create--instead of having to pull a stamp set and then hunt down the corresponding framelits/thinlets.  Keeping them in one container is convenient--since she only has to keep track of one item. Plus, it minimizes her storage space needed for the 2 coordinating products.

Now for the second part, she uses Business Card magnets which already have an adhesive backing:

  Business card magnets (2)

and adheres these to the inside of the stamp case. These she adheres the thinlets/framelits to the magnets.

Succulent framelits (2)

Now when she closes the case, she has her stamp set with the corresponding thinlets/framelis altogether, handy and ready for her project.

So this wonderful tip keeps everything together and handy as well as minimizes the storage space required for the 2 products.

One caveat, be sure that the cutting edge of the thinlit/framelit is not pressing on your stamp image--you don't want to  damage your image. If you find with larger sets that the case is too small to accommodate the stamps and the thinlit/framelit without pressing the die cutting edge into the stamp image--you may want to use the Wide Stamp Cases (item #127551) which allows more room without the die and the stamps pressing in to one another.

Fun tip, right? Do you have a great tip to share with other stampers?  Send me a short email and attach pictures of what you are describing. If it is something we haven't discussed in awhile, you may get your new idea published right here!