Stamp and Die Bundle Organization Tip

Here is my favorite Bundle organization tip with your favorite Stampin’ Up stamps and dies, perfect for a small crafting space or crafters who like to find what they’re looking for! Never lose your coordinating dies again!

I’ve looked at a LOT of ideas for organizing my craft room, but a tricky part is where to put the coordinating dies while taking as little room as possible (small spaces!) AND still being able to find them when you need them.

What can you do to organize your stamp and die bundles?

Large beautiful craft rooms can have space for:

  • separate bins to store the dies in separate envelopes, or
  • large magnetic walls to store the dies.

While either of these organizing ideas may look nice, if your craft space is of the more modest size, having a separate area for your dies may not be feasible. Additionally, this introduces the issue of taking the time to find your coordinating dies while you are stamping. This was a major problem for me — It’s not Laura’s Craft “Closet” for nothing! Therefore, I needed to find another solution.

I loved how the giant magnetic walls showed all of your available dies –very crafty! But, I didn’t have a large open wall, and definitely not one I could stick magnetic sheets to! And guessing how large I would have needed would have been a nightmare, ha ha!

See below for a quick and easy tip for organizing your stamp and die sets, no matter how large your collection is.


Once I did this for my stamp and die bundles, it’s now easy for me to keep them organized and, likewise, allows me to craft creatively and more efficiently. No hunting for that one die that matches this stamp!

Furthermore, when I get a new stamp and die bundle (yay!), as soon as I open it, I put them together. This eliminates any chance of losing a die, as well as gives me a chance to open my new set with no pressure to create something. Wanna know the cool part? After I do this and organize a bundle together, I then typically find myself playing with the set. I also then find it very easy to create. Organized AND Crafting!


Supplies featured in this Bundle Organization Tip Video:



I really hope this quick tip helped you, especially if you are on a journey to clean up your craft area or looking for an easy way to keep it organized. Please subscribe if you would like more tips and tutorials for crafting and craft organization.

In the meantime, check out a few other organizing tips:

Repurpose & Upcycle your Paper Pumpkin Boxeshandmade ribbon holder organizationClipboard designed to keep track of ideas featuring I'd Rather Be Crafting papers by Echo Paper, with a small notebook and post-it notes

Happy Crafting!

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