Recently, I have been buying some very nice cling stamps on clearance at JoAnn and Michael's. I think I was attracted to the space-saving feature, but every tool needs to be organized so that it can be easily used. The rubber stamps can be stored in a regular size CD case, and the acrylic clings sometimes need only the thin case (the type that came with free online service CDs - remember those?)
Another hoarder's-dream-come-true project came together when I decided to use my collection of free (from junk mail) sheet-style magnets to create a die storage wall. The metal dies that are used in a Big Shot or any die-cutting or embossing machine needed a home. I used double-stick tape to mount all different shapes and sizes of magnets to a closet door.
The magnet sheets can be cut with a scissors, so it was very easy to fill in the entire top half of the door inside the molding. A modern flat door would yield even more space, but I decided to stay within the framed panel. I still have the bottom half of the door if I need more space. And if I had the wall space, that would make a really spectacular display.
The die storage is appropriately next to a set of punches.