Umbrella Lula and how I store my thin metal dies…

For today’s card,  I used Umbrella Lula and colored her with Promarkers and Flexmarkers… scroll down to my post from yesterday for  the color information.  See that cute paper pieced umbrella?  That’s a new die and the umbrella stamp and sentiments are from the Umbrella Logos set!  Very cute!

I’m sharing a video I made quick the other day…I know… I got carried away with videos…hohoho!  I wanted to show how I keep my thin metal dies… so without further ado… here’s a 2 minute quickie!

Stamps and Such…

First link is the magnetic holder… it’s in stock now! Thanks!

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25 thoughts on “Umbrella Lula and how I store my thin metal dies…

  1. Adorable card, Pam! I really like that little cutie pie – she’s on my wish list 🙂 Thanks for sharing another fun video of your storage ideas. All of my spellbinders hang on a narrow curtain rod, on really cheap S shaped shower curtain hooks. The CC cutters, Magnolia, Memory Box, etc., I also keep on magnets, but I’ve taken a 16 x 20 photo frame, put a fun Basic Grey DP behind the acrylic ‘glass’, and attached magnetic strips for the dies. It’s actually the only wall space I have, and right below is a 2 drawer file cabinet with my cuttlebug and dreamkutz on it. Handy, but not as neat and tidy as yours!

  2. Wow! Perfect storage ideas for the small dies. Please tell me where you bought the folder so I can get me friend in America to get some for me. I’m in South Africa and can’t find anything like this here.
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    Hugz
    Moz

  3. Cute as punch Pam – you put the pretties papers together and I for one am very appreciative of your videos! I keep all my dies in magnetic books. Love your posts Pam!
    sandy

  4. Great paper selection !!! You did a great job of coloring and also of paper piecing. Loved the video but then we have stored metal dies like CC Designs like that for years.

  5. Darling card and like the colors. Like your die storage ideas, but I put mine on a magnetic sheet and then into plastic sleeves in a big 3 ring binder. Works well for me. Edna

  6. Love your card Pam with the red accents on it 🙂 And great way to store your cutters – I use our CC binders and then place magnetic tape on them to hold mine.

  7. Your card is gorgeous, Pam! Fantastic colours and I love all your papers! Thank you for sharing your die storage, I can share mine too… I have none:-), it is completly unorganised at the moment… I think English is not the only thing I need to learn from you LOL!!! BIG hugs Delphine xx

  8. I love this card. That stamp is so adorable. The papers are adorable. Of course, your coloring is ALWAYS amazing! Thank you for sharing everything you do with all of us. I love your videos. Keep ’em coming! I’ve posted how I store my dies on my blog: http://www.nancysniceities.com
    We all have our own way of storing things and I just love to see how everyone else is doing it. YOU are my mentor!!!

  9. Love, love, love your card. I have a question about the difference between copics, Promarkers, & Flexmarkers. Do you prefer one over the other or do you find you use one for one thing & another for another thing or that they are interchangeable or what exactly? TIA 🙂

  10. Great, great card! i love the colors! It just makes you feel happy looking at it! I love the umbrella die. I can see one in my future….ha ha Keep the videos coming. They are wonderful & give us all a lot of information too.

  11. Pam I love, love, love her!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want her. You need to sell her to me, so she can sit on my desk and inspire me with all your stamping mojo. The colors just make me smile. Another favorite for me. Thanks for another great video too!!!!

  12. oh gosh, this is pretty!!! i love the color combo and how bright the colors are! this is one of those card you can look at and not help but smile. love it! as with my SB dies I keep the cc cutters in their packaging and have them in a shoe box. i know not very organized, but still working on all that. i love the idea of the magnetic boards storage tho. thanks for sharing!! 🙂

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