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Made from a cut up Drain Spout, then spray painted!

The Inking spot of Crain Creations: My Copic Storage...

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The holders that fit the best for the best price are actually straw holders at Hobby Lobby!

Tinkering Around

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How did I make this?  Well first I sent hubby down to Home Depot to get some Drain Spout, it came in a white PVC material and was less than $10 for about a 12 foot length.  I measured my markers and decided that I wanted them to stick out a bit, so I had him cut the spout in to 5 1/2" pieces.  Then I used some contact cement to glue them together and some spray paint (cause white just is NOT my color, lol!).

salvaged door and porch posts turned into a worktable and I love the colors

Hammers and High Heels

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Cassette tape holder now holds ink pads.

Monkey House: A Complete Guide to Rubber Stamp Pads and Inks

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My Hubby is going to make this for my craft room, I can't wait!!

{capture the moment}: Studio Ribbon Storage

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crafty storage site devoted to craft room organization

spice rack repurpose. Will start looking for one now!

12" revolving four-bin tray from Harbor Freight - $20 @Martha


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