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Thread: Pics of storage method

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    Pics of storage method

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    Sorry, the pics all smushed together! Hope you get the idea though. I has worked well for me. Also have shelf letter on the little label on each die......

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    Very nicely organized!!!!
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    WOW!!! I want to come and play with all of those dies.

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    Wow that is a LOT of dies! Hope you got them at a discount! Whew!

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    Thanks for posting this Geri! Looks like a great system and you have a LOT of dies!
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesehead View Post
    WOW!!! I want to come and play with all of those dies.
    me too! You have quite a collection...looks like you've got them organized nicely.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Very nice organization. I don't have that many. You haven't opened some of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battle Axe View Post
    Very nice organization. I don't have that many. You haven't opened some of them!
    Only a very few not used yet, I try to keep them in that cellophane sleeve as long as I can between usage.....don't ask me why.......but I do the same with other things too.......

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    Looks great! Makes me want to do a little more organizing on mine.

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    I think I am so green with envy that I can barely write. Your cabinets looks fantastic.

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    Wow! Great collection! I only have about 8 or 10 Go dies. I see you have some Sizzix dies also. Can you use them with your Go? I have a Big Shot for my Sizzix dies because I also do a little paper crafting.

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    nice storage, you sure have a lot of dies
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    That system is really wonderful. Thank you for coming back and posting the pictures for all of us who asked! I'm going to have to do some really hard thinking about what I'm doing now... I like your system better!

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    Before I recreate the wheel, has anyone put together a chart of which dies that you can use together as far as sizes?
    I am in the process of doing this. I have color coded my bundles and BOB's but now want to chart which dies I can put together that are compatible in size. With so many dies, my large one are stored elsewhere I get confused.
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    Picture orientation

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    I love your organization. I can't believe all of your dies. Are you missing any? HaHa! Nicely done.
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    Thanks for sharing.
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    Geri -- I haven't started doing this yet, but will be watching this topic since I am interested in which ones can be used together, too.
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    Ohhhhh! That is an awesome collection.
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    AnnaPP - your idea of putting block pieces together is great too! I wonder if there isn't a chart of some sort on the accuquilt site that has done that......that's where I printed out my "inventory list".......

    sizzix dies cannot be used on GO, butGO dies an be used on Sizzix machine with a bit of a "shim"

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    Great organization! You truly inspire us.

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