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Ink Storage - At Last!

I have finally got around to buying some storage for my Distress Ink Pads and decorating it didn't take long at all!






I ordered two from C&C (made by Creative Expressions)and just left off one of the top pieces so I could stack them on my desk. I gave them a couple of coats of acrylic paint (no glue required!) and then covered the sides and tops with Craft Consortium decoupage papers.  Finally I added a top coat of matt glaze.

Now I can happily find the right colour when it's needed instead of searching through the box they were originally stored in.




Comments

Kath said…
It looks great, I've been after something to store my distress inks, I have a couple of options just not too sure which one, but I intend to use the Craft Consortium decoupage papers to decorate it x

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