New Project Revealed – Ink Pad Storage

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I have been wanting to store my SU stamp pads and ink refills since I signed up as a SU demo and purchased my first ink pads.

2 and half years later and I decided to make my own. I know there’s ones out there to buy but I wanted to see if I could create one myself. It’s not perfect, it’s not perfectly square, it has imperfections but I’m made it with my own two hands, and I love it. I love how I now can keep all my ink pads and refills together, with a few little extra places for my staz on, versamark, and even a little compartment for my Stampin’ Mist.

It turned out exactly how I pictured it in my head. All materials are SU except for the chipboard and the black paint. I would have to say my favourite is the balloon DSP on the front, it’s the Birthday Bouquet DSP from the Occasions catalogue 2016.

Unfortunately there are no instructions or a tutorial, I made my Ink Pad Storage Unit as I went along and just cut and measured everything as I wanted them. The whole unit is approx. 24″ wide, 12″ high and  5″deep.

I hope you enjoy looking through my pictures of my handmade SU Ink Pad and Refills Storage Unit as much as I enjoyed making it.

As you can see in the pictures I’ve have place my unit on to a cupboard where I store my embossing folders aswell, I made individual magazine holders for those, all in alphabetical order. I also place another project next to my Unit and just filled it with extra refills at the moment until I decide to do with it.

Happy Crafting

Vicki 🙂

5 thoughts on “New Project Revealed – Ink Pad Storage

  1. OMG I love it, I love them all, it is such a shame u didn’t do a tutorial I wud lurv to re create ur storage units, gutted but very well done hun superb 😃

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