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Do you have a younger elementary age boy? Do they love Beyblades?   My son Isaac has loved shouting “3-2-1 Let It Rip! since kindergarten†  That is Beyblade speak for those of you who have no idea what I am talking about.   I made this project years ago when we needed a storage option for all of their parts.   I got a case and personalized it with some vinyl.  This would make the perfect gift for Christmas for those that plan on getting Beyblades for a special little guy or gal in your life.  Here is one I made as a gift.


Beyblades are basically little interchangeable metal and plastic discs that, when pulled with a rip cord, spin around.   The last Beyblade spinning is the winner of the round.   You can trade them and switch out parts to “make them stronger,†so my son says.


Now as fun as these are for young boys, they are the bane of any mother’s existence once your child accumulates a bunch of these.   When taken apart the pieces are everywhere.   So to help corral the pieces and make it easy to travel I purchased an organization box (Plano Double Cover Stow N Go Organizer – from Amazon) and then used my Silhouette Cameo machine to cut out some vinyl for it.   Don’t have a Silhouette machine?   No problem — Say it on the Wall carries the design here for $4.50.

It has two storage areas with little compartments which makes storing and viewing them perfect for both child and mom!   Whoopidy whoop!

plano lockjaw organizer

beyblade locker

beyblade organizer

This case we gave as a gift for a birthday party of one of Isaac’s friends…

personalized beyblade case

For added protection you can spray the sticker with Krylon Triple Thick Clear Glaze, so you don’t have to worry about little fingers peeling the vinyl off.


Click here if you want the Silhouette Studio Files

font used: Chanson Heavy SF

Click here to purchase the vinyl from Say it on the Wall

Click here to purchase the organizer from Amazon

If you are thinking about getting a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas the best deals of the year are running through this Monday.  Now is the time to purchase!



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  1. I cant believe how on target you are with this! I am so going out today to get one of these!!! Thank you for the tip!!!!!

  2. My son’s birthday is in May and this is sure to be a favorite gift for him (and for me so I’ll stop tripping over all the pieces in his room!!!). Thanks!

  3. I’m just amazed that there’s another parent who actually knows what these things are! Our 6 yr old learned about them via his after-school daycare crowd, who are mostly older kiddos. “3-2-1 Let Her Rip!” quickly became an integral part of our vernacular.

    I used a double-sided thread organizer to do much the same thing for my son’s extensive Cars car collection, but I wish I had seen this Plano Double Cover Stow N Go Organizer first. The removable dividers would’ve accommodated the larger Cars vehicles better.

  4. By the way, any idea if there are replacement parts available for BeyBlades? The top screw (a.k.a. Bit Chip) has broken on “Ray Striker.”

  5. Wow. I had never heard of these things until now but I fell in love with this project because it looks like this is how you buy these things, all neatly tucked into their respective slots. So cool. Great idea Beck!

  6. I LOVE this project and I JUST got a silhouette so now I can actually do it!! However, I’m still learning…so I downloaded the file. Now do I cut it out with 3 different colors of vinyl and overlap them? Or do you print this on white vinyl? Its probably a dumb question. Thanks!!

  7. Great idea! I just wanted to know if an assembled Beyblade would fit in the top section of the case.

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