Ok, so I was talking to my friend Deanna today about this box I have been working on. I've been trying to do a little bit of work on it every time I'm in my room so it's coming along slowly, I'm not sure if I'm happy with it so any advice/feedback is truly appreciated. I got this bright idea to make my own box for my Tim Holtz Distress Inks and the pads and dabbers. I had this shoe box that was just the perfect size for what I wanted so I covered it with cardboard paper and grunged it up. I used mostly Tim products but threw some other things in there too. It's not done yet, I want to add a knob of some sort on the front and I need to glue the lid to the side so it opens and shuts. Feedback PAHLEEASE!! :-p Thanks all!!
This is the front of the box where I need to add a knob
This is the inside, I made a divider and shelf inside for the ink pads and covered them with Tim paper.
This is the inside with my dabbers in, I know the box won't hold all the distress inks once I have more but it was a fun project anyway.
Love your box. Great idea!ReplyDelete
I think it looks great, if you hate it, it can live with me!ReplyDelete
I love it, it can come live at my house!ReplyDelete
Great idea ans it looks fantasticReplyDelete
wow claudine, excellent idea! eco friendly AND totally organized for productivity...i love it just the way it is, kudos!!! :)ReplyDelete
I love your box, its gorgeous.I need a good storage solution for all my embossing folders.ReplyDelete
Very cool masking/stenciling on here.... LOVE your box and all of its color!ReplyDelete
what a great idea and its turned out lovelyReplyDelete
Thank you all for your feedback, it's nice to know others enjoy your work :)ReplyDelete