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03/17/2013

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Awesome Tami! Beautiful and functional.

Tami, this is awesome! You know what would be even better, along the exact same line, but with a notebook that stood up, like the ones we had in choir (way back when). The bottom of the book would bend back and the pages could be turned easily.

Thank you for sharing! This is a great idea!

Tami- Where did you purchase the magnet sheets? How much were they? I didn't see them mentioned in your questions above regarding if this is an expensive way to organize. Thanks for sharing. This going to be super helpful as I try to downsize my stamping room without downsizing my collection.

I used the Stampin' Up! magnet sheets originally, when they retired I purchase a large package of magnet sheets from Oriental Trading. The quality isn't great but inside the sleeve they work.

Tami, Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. This is a great storage system. Where did you buy the binder?

I love these great ideas, Tami!! I will be making a trip to the office supply store very soon. My stamp room is actually an extra bedroom (yes, I'm blessed). It's quite small but I'm making the most of it and hopefully with careful planning, it will make all my supplies very handy. I'm like you, must be organized (to a point) in order to create :-)

Great idea, can't wait to try it.

Oh wow...I just bought a binder and magnet sheets from My Favorite Things and I am pretty sure that the magnet sheets will be the same as SU if not better. Ty for sharing!
I should get all this sometime this week and I am so excited.

Thank you for your wonderful idea! I have been wanting to get mine out of the plastic envelopes - I can just see me bending one! This is fabulous, and keeps them all in one place.

I have heard of people using sheets of magnetic vent covers from WalMart for their Framelits. I'm sure they could be found at a hardware store or Home Depot or Lowes.

RE:Kitty...online? My Favorite things?? I wan to buy them too..please post url

You can purchase the magnetic sheets at many crafting stores (ie Michaels, Hobby Lobby, sometimes even Walmart). I have not had luck with the printable varieties, the ones I found were not strong enough. The magnetic vent covers can be found at Lowes, Menard and Home Depot or online at Amazon. Just search for magnetic vent covers.

does Staples also sell the 1/2 sleeves to go with the 1/2 notebooks? Cannot believe I have never seen this since I peruse the aisles like an addict :)

Where do you buy the sleeves? I have looked online but I guess I need the exact name or stock number, please.
This is a WONDERFUL idea! As a new SU demonstrator this is quite helpful--no more baskets and this is easy to carry to class.

Can get magnet sheet or roll at Michael's and use your coupon or you can get sheets at Joann's if you have one close to you

The sleeves are these actually page protectors?

This seems like a great idea, I am not finding sleeves on the supply sites but I do find page protectors. Just want to make sure I get the right item.

Thanks for the great idea.

Hi Im new to useing dies,
im looking for storage,this looks like it would holds dies very well as binder im worried will ruin dies,
but im confuse,the photo u are refereing too you say there framelets, but they looks like my dies.
Can u please tell me what is the difference between Framelets and Dies & what do they do please.id be greatful for yr help many thanks x

Wonderful!!! Just love this! What size is the binder?? Thank you!

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