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cescrapper
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i know we touched on this subject before but where can i buy magnetic sheets to hold things like spellbinders in place


 
corrie fan
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In response to cescrapper

Vent covers from hardware stores like Lowes.

I have seen them at Dollar stores as well but much smaller sheets in the craft section.


 
aquabunny
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You can get 8 1/2 x 11 sheets at office supply stores and in the office supply sections of other stores, located near the specialty printer paper.


 
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  • GMFTS on 08-06-13 06:19 AM
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Would something like this work for you? I store a lot of my dies in these.


 
Solitaire
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You can get them at Michael's or AC Moore. They come in either sheets or rolls that you can cut up. I used several of them in a loose leaf binder with page protectors, and slid my Spellbinders inside, along with the picture. It's a lot cheaper than buying the special binder and sheets they sell for that purpose.


 
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Vent covers from Lowes or Home Depot worked the best for me. I got the rolled ones one time and it was a pain to cut them because they kept rolling up. I had to cut them and then stick them to the fridge for a day or so and then they would lay flat enough again.


 
cescrapper
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  • Solitaire Said:
You can get them at Michael's or AC Moore. They come in either sheets or rolls that you can cut up. I used several of them in a loose leaf binder with page protectors, and slid my Spellbinders inside, along with the picture. It's a lot cheaper than buying the special binder and sheets they sell for that purpose.



lol another reason to head to michael's thanks


 
950nancy
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They were cheapest at Home Depot.


 
SherylEb
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I used the vent covers from home depot. I attached them to heavy chipboard and bound with my BIA to make my own book of dies.

There's a couple of pics in my gallery.


 
mrsrogers52513
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I've seen them at Wal-Mart in the craft section by all the pom-poms and googly eyes and stuff


 
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I bought the Art Bin case and cut the vent sheets to fit inside (I glued them to thin cardboard). It is much sturdier than the binders and books I made myself and it holds a lot of dies.


 
cescrapper
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thank you ladies for all of your ideas


 
binkiemonstermom
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I just did a blog post showing my system:

http://3monkeysthrowingar oundsomepaper.blogspot.com/201...


 
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