If you’re a paper scrapbooker, you’ve likely tried various approaches to storing your die cut pieces. Have you found one that’s just about perfect?
I think I have.
Almost two years ago I saw an image on Pinterest of embroidery floss being stored in what was essentially a very tiny album. I was intrigued and began scouring stores to find the product.
At first I thought a brag book might work, but the open pockets meant the items could fall right out. When it comes to all those little, mostly-paper pieces, durability and portability are key.
And then I saw the most perfect option at Hobby Lobby: the Yarnology Poly Bag Floss Organizer System with Floss Binder. For just $6 (two sets of bags and 1 set of covers) I could have a compact system to store 48* different groups of die cut pieces!
*Each bag set now comes with 36 pieces. You might need two cover sets.
Prefer not to shop at Hobby Lobby? Here’s a similar bag system from Amazon.
It’s kind of like a baby ScrapRack, just for my die cuts.
The best part is that each bag has a zipper close, so nothing will come out – until I want it to!
Unless I was working with a kit, my die cut pieces used to get overlooked. Now I keep my die cut binder open all the time, making it easy to flip through and find just what I need.