This box is just what I've been looking for. I've been making my own greeting cards for years but could never find a box the right shape for me to store the cards, with their envelopes, until I mailed them. This box is perfect for that. I did improvise a bit, though. I cut each of the dividers in half so that I could store the cards/envelopes on the short side. This also gave me more dividers. I used one divider for each 2 months of the year. Then I used several for misc birthday, Christmas, etc. cards. Lastly, I store my blank white and ivory cards, with envelopes, in the back. They're right where I need them when I'm ready to make a new card. I'd recommend this product to anyone who has a need to store cards.
I had been struggling with how to store the cards I made. A photo box was too small for many of the card sizes I made. This storage box is perfect. Love the size and the ability to close it up without ruining the cards inside.
Admittedly this box is made of cheap plastic, is hard to assemble, and doesn't fit together well. BUT if you're looking for cheap storage for all your stamps and dies, don't overlook this puppy. As someone above suggested, assemble the box (you'll have to use pliers to pull the plastic tabs through, and they will crack) and then put the magic into play. Cut the dividers in half, alternate and label the dividers as best you can, and you have a great box for storing all your stamps and dies that others insist you must have expensive magnetized storage for. Use some Avery Elle Stamp and Die Envelopes to protect your stamps and dies and you're ready to roll. The envelopes are just the width of the box oriented sideways. Perfect for standing up and each envelope can be labeled with a marker with respect to its contents. Can you ask for more? Sure. You can also use these boxes, oriented sideways, to store your less wieldy embellishments--particularly journaling cards, and other text-based media. Use envelopes as with the stamps and dies or just stand the journaling media up in the box. Until it's full you may want to place something at the end to keep these items standing up. I first started using garment boxes like these to contain similar objects but these boxes are so much cheaper. When they become ragged and worn, simply replace them. They're like the CH banker's boxes. Buy tons of them to organize papers, kits, materials of like kind, shuffle and reorganize until the boxes are battered and bruised and then toss and replace. The cloth versions look nice but aren't particularly practical for the amount of use/abuse your materials are going to take. No, none of this is going to give you a stand-out, gorgeous studio but these items will keep you organized until you need to re-organize for the Nth time and until you know what you REALLY want/need to make your crafting studio a showplace.
PS I'm going to buy most of the ones in stock. For the sake of the rest of you, I hope SB.com decides to order more!