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TIPS: Storage Idea for “Nested Framelits” & How I Store All of My Framelits

What are nested Framelits you ask?  They are the ones that you can use for creating layers .  Some are called ‘collections’. 

Current Framelits that meet this definition are

I also mark most of my Collection Framelits with a 1, 2, 3, 4 etc specifying (to myself or readers) exactly which framelit I’m using.

Stampin' Up! Ovals Collection Framelits (129381)

Check out the numbers on all except the scalloped framelits.  I used framelit #3 for the Easter Egg cards.

 

I store all of my framelits and thinlits in (retired) Stampin’ Up! 8″ x 8″ albums.  I have three albums:

  • Collections
  • Current
  • Retired

I layer retired Designer Series Paper on a piece of 8″ x 8″ stiff cardboard (like the backing from a package of Designer Series Paper.  Then I attach strips of magnet sheetsHint:  do NOT use a roll of magnet stuff.  It is not strong enough.  I got my 5″ x 7″ packages of Magnet Sheets in either hobby or hardware stores.

Stampin' Up! Ovals Collection Framelits (129381)

I also attach the name of the Framelit set plus the product ordering number.

 

Blythe's Framelits storage system

There’s nothing fancy-schmancy about my storage system but for me it’s very efficient.  If you don’t have a retired, unused 8″ x 8″ SU! album, I’m sure you can find one, with sleeves included in a (shhhhhhhh) big box store like M….. or H…L… or J…..

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