Friday, 21 February 2020

4 Drawer Mini Ink Pad Storage!

Mini ink pad storage unit

Hi Everyone,
Thank you for visiting my Blog today. I am back with more craft room storage :-) I love this little project & i am super proud of myself for coming up with this! Its a 4 drawer storage unit that hold 40 mini Ink pads ( 10 in each drawer) . So adorable & simple to make. I hope you like it & will maybe give it a go.

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This unit is a nice size so if you don't have a large craft area or much space it will be great. Its all made from Grey board and its super strong. The handles i got from Aliexpress last year. I will try and find the link and put it under my video in the description.

You can find all the measurements listed below in imperial and metric. This little storage unit just makes me smile when i look at it! Its so cute & i am very proud of myself!

DIMENSIONS

CHIPBOARD FOR THE DRAWS MEASURES
7 X 3" 
2 PIECES MEASURING 7 X 1 1/8" 
2 PIECES MEASURING 3" X 1 1/8"
YOU NEED 4 DRAWS 
OR
17.8 CM X 7.6 CM 
17.8 CM X 2.8 CM 
7.6 CM X 2.8 CM 

DRAW SLOTS X 4 
CHIPBOARD MEASURES 7 1/4" X 3 1/4" 
3 1/4" X 1 1/4"  X 2 PIECES 
OR 
8.2 CM X 18.4 CM 
8.2 CM X 3.1 CM 

BOX UNIT
BACK PANEL MEASURES 7 3/8" X 5 1/2"
5 1/2" X 3 3/8"  X 2 PIECES 
7 3 /8" X 3 3/8"  X 2 PIECES 
OR
18.7 CM X 14 CM 
14 CM X 8.5 CM 
18.7 CM X 8.5 CM 

YOU WILL ALSO NEED YOUR HINGES WHICH ALL MEASURE 1" WIDE AND SCORED @ 1/2" JUST CUT THEM TO MEASURE THE LENGTH YOU NEED.

Please check out my video which you can find linked below.

I will be back tomorrow with some craft goodies :-0

Love
Ann xx



10 comments:

  1. Wow! this is fabulous Ann, will watch the video as soon as I can xx

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  2. Bravo, Ann. and thank you. This is just what I have been working on but only got 1 drawer made so far and it holds 12 ink spots - 3 rows of 4 spots. I can't wait to watch the rest of your video. Thank you so much.

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  3. THANK YOU ANNE...Getting all of the materials together to make this one. I need 2 of them. Agsin, THANK YOU SO MUCH...

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  4. This is amazing will watch video later. Xx9

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  5. Ann: I enjoyed so much your video. It was fabulous to see how the cute little box was built, step by step. Your storage series has been so helpful . . . I am collecting my cereal boxes to double them up and make them sturdier. Thanks again for all the time you invest to please yourself and your followers. Great job!!! . . . and many, many THANKS!!!

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  6. Great storage idea, Ann. Thank you and another for my to do list.
    Roxene in Oz

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  7. this is so awesome, and I'm proud of you too! Let me ask you....what is gray board...compared to the chipboard I can get here in the US. Also, what is the thickness of the board? Won't that matter on the piece sizes if mine is different? Thank you, Anne

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  8. Ann, that's lovely, going to try and make today. As my cat is at the vet for wee op and my hands have been in biscuit tin already. Plus my wee pads are in an old shoe box at present xx

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  9. Going to try and update the one that I did earlier. Will post on site if it's any better. Got some lovely paper at the craft show last weekend xx

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Thank you for taking the time to leave me a comment!! Happy Crafting xx