Here’s the scenario. You’ve got an entire afternoon of free time and you choose to stamp. Or, perhaps you’ve invited a friend or two over to stamp with you. It’s been a fun-filled time of laughing and creating. It’s now the dreaded clean up time. You look around and realize that numerous dies have been used and they are no longer in their correct storage envelope (or place). What appears to be a piece that goes with one die set may actually belong to another. After all, we typically have a few bows or balloon dies. Aside from opening up the catalog and identifying each piece, how can you tell which die goes where?
Today’s quick tip video has an easy solution! Did you know that Stampin’ Up! framelits and thinlits, made after 2016, have the item code stamped on them? If you look closely you’ll see the number representing which set the dies belong to. Clean up just got a whole lot easier!
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