Thin metal die storage to be exact.
I have always loved dies for their ease of use and the impact they give a project. I still have my first Sizzix, you know the one w/the handle that pressed down and I have a cabinet full of thick Sizzix dies. But I'm not going to talk about those today, because honestly they don't see the light of day that offend this days.
Since joining the Die-Versions' design team, I only have eyes for thin metal dies and my collection has grown a LOT. I'm currently storing my dies in three different ways. This Artbin cabinet is my first method... here's a photo of it:
It's a good system. The cabinets were super cheap and several can be stacked if you have the space. It fits most of my dies and the drawers allow me to sort them into categories like spanish dies, medium fonts, small fonts (large fonts don't fit), animals, flowers, etc.
Since the large fonts sheets didn't fit in the drawers, my second method of storage is on an adhesive back magnetic sheet that I put on the side of a bookcase. Here's a photo:
I LOVE that I can see all my large fonts in one quick look. I would love to display more dies this way, but I don't have the wall space.
My third and final way of storing dies are in these StampinUp clear stamp cases. I'm using them to store my holiday dies. In this photo you see my birthday dies all in one case. I LOVE this method for how little space the case takes up. I also like that I can add any coordinating clear stamps in the case.
Just so you know, these cases are not tall enough to hold the Die-Versions 4x8 font dies... the case is only 7.5 inches long.
Well... that's how I'm currently storing my thin dies. How do you store your thin dies?