The issue of storing dies was raised recently so I thought I'd show you my new storage system in case anyone was interested. This is the first of three photos.
An American scrapbooking company called Stampin' Up (SU) makes storage cases for their stamps. They are the same size as a DVD case and are not overly expensive. I bought a stack of them to store stamps. I tried using ordinary DVD covers for the stamps but they have a raised circular platform inside (that the DVDs snap onto) which makes them unsuitable for stamps as there is not enough room for the stamps to lie flat. However, because dies are so thin, I guess it is possible that you could use them to store dies on the flat side - perhaps someone could try it and let us know if that works. However, I happened to have some leftover SU cases so I used those. An advantage of the SU cover is that you can see the dies inside the case without opening it so it makes searching through your collection easier
Inside the case, I stuck down some strips of magnetic tape for the dies to cling to. You can buy magnetic tape from a stationery or office supply store. It comes on a roll just like sticky tape.