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Rubber Art Stamping & Card Making.
Wednesday, 30 March 2016
And onwards. Mine is more of a 'Whats IN your workdesk' this week, the reason being something I spotted on Pinterest a while ago. A lady had made some sectioned storage for her Stickles/reinkers etc. It caught my eye, as I'd already got fed up with mine sliding all over the place whenever I opened the drawer, and there were always just too many for one size of storage box, or too few for the next size up, bringing me back to square one.
What she had used was plastic canvas, and created dividers for all her bottles, making the sections the right size for the bottles. I'm sure you've all seen the cardboard dividers in boxes of wine for instance in supermarkets- well this is done exactly the same, by cutting part way up each strip, then arranging them together.
There was quite a bit of mess made in the process, this is one of the tidier shots!
One thing I like about these IKEA drawers is that they pull out far enough that you can access stuff at the back of the drawer.
Distress Stains- I've only bought colours that really speak to me, and if I do get any more, I can move a row of the Adirondack re-inkers back.
I coloured some stickers with each colour, then punched out a circle for the lids. For the Adirondack re-inkers I used small circular dot stickers, and just coloured them with a bit of ink on a cotton bud.
Just looking at that space, I'm wondering if I can re-jig it a bit, and get my Brusho's in there too.
The DI's have the same small dot sticker on top of each one. It's not perfect, but it works.
I'm thinking that if I moved the random re-inkers to the top drawer, I could definitely get my Brusho's in that drawer.
Mind you, I'm working on doing the bottom drawer at the moment, to hold spray inks. I don't have a vast number of those, so I may have room in there for them. We'll see.
Well, I hope you all have a lovely Wednesday, and we'll all meet up at our lovely leaders place, The Stamping Ground, and leave her a virtual hug.