Thursday, January 10, 2008

{ storage solution for your nestabilities }

Hello,

Here's a pretty and functional storage solution I came up with for the nestabilities dies, a "Nesties Frame"!

Supplies:
-Any size picture frame
-Magnet sheets
-Patterned paper
-Adhesive

Step by Step:

1. Adhere magnet sheets to the top of the glass on the picture frame.
2. Cut the patterned paper with your paper trimmer to the size of the glass and adhere it to the magnet sheets.
3. Put your nestabilities dies on. The magnets will hold them in place!
4. Decorate the frame with ribbon and buttons.
5. Hang your pretty frame on the wall near your die cut machine.

-Cindy

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14 comments:

  1. What an awesome idea... Say... does that store you bought the dies at still have some and do they ship????

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  2. That is a fabulous idea! Now I just need the dies!! hee hee. One step at a time right?

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  3. Great idea. I just received my first 2 sets of nestabilities and a cuttlebug for Christmas...so I am ready to play!

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  4. what a great idea!!! I just threw all of mines in a plastic container for large stamps. At least you can see where and when you've removed some of these....

    hugs,
    Jen

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  5. Cindy, you are brilliant! Thanks for sharing this wonderful method of storing the Nestabilities.

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  6. Great idea! Santa brought me 4 sets & I wondered how I was going to store them. Thanks. - Marlene

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  7. What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  8. OMG, this is an awesome idea!! Thanks for sharing with us! :)

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  9. I was picturing something like this, but hadn't gotten this far! Great idea. Where did you find magnetic sheets, though?

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  10. Apparently, you can find magnetic sheets all over the place! I went to Google and found plenty of options. Never mind ... :)

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  11. Thank you so much for such a wonderful idea...I have my dies in a drawer...and they are always coming apart...Thanks again ;)

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  12. Wow, just found your fab idea. I wonder if it will work with frame less photo mounts, I will have to see if the magnetism works through the perspex!

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