If you want to save some paper when you cut your dies, make sure to save the scraps you've already cut in. Maybe another die can fit in there if you twist and turn a bit?

Also, if you cut alphabets, you can save the "holes" in the paper you cut in for later use. It's not only saving papers, but can really add a personal touch and a little spice if the next time you diecut that letter, you use the "hole" from last time to make a frame for the letter. (I hope someone understood what I meant? Sometimes I try to explain in a way that even confuses myself! lol)