I will let Susan explain her idea:
I wanted a system which I could add onto as my collection grows. I am on a very tight budget and hate spending money on storage when I could use the money on new crafty bits. I found the perfect answer in foam board. Not only can I taylor make it to my own requirements it is cheap as well.Once I worked out what size I needed I cut out all the foam board with a craft knife, then armed with tacky glue and a packet of pins glued all the pieces together. As I stuck to a modular system can have any size shelve I want. I had enough pieces left to create a solution to how to store my ribbons.
Hope you like this ideaSue Moore aka tasker rose.
Great idea and very versatile!!
I love this idea! I've been looking for an economical storage for ink pads. This might work!! Thanks for sharing!!
such a great idea, sue! tfs!
Wow - I sometimes stop and look at this stuff and wonder, what could I do with it? You are very clever!
Very clever, and kudos to you for thinking of something so affordable. I am also on a tight budget and often repurpose random items around the house for my craft room.
What's the thickness of the foam you used to hold the heavy dies & where do you buy the foam? LOVE this idea & that you can continue to add to it as needed! :)
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