Hi everyone :-) Had so fun making this storage organizer carousel with the beautiful Song bird collection. Also used a lot of metal staples all from Graphic 45 . The small hooks are from 7 gypsies.Made this carousel from chipboard and glued to and 3 together to make it study. Here i can store my ink pads, copic markers, scissors and all the things i use most in my crafting
Here is the link to Jim at thegentlemancrafter,
And here is the link to scrapcrafts4you store,
Hook`s from 7 gypsies. Curtan hanger for the tools
pictures from the sides
Metal butterfly for decor
4 doors hold tohether with G45 hinges and label holders
Inside the box
Drawers with brads
Storage for my Copic markers
Inside the oher side.Used door pull\ s for the drawers and folded door
Here are some pictures with my ink pads and tools
Thanks for stopping by :-)
wow! this is amazing! everything you need in one place!ReplyDelete
hugs and kisses from Serbia!
wonderul storage ideaReplyDelete
Hi, Anne!! This is absolutely wonderful!! Would you make us very happy with a tutorial? Thanks for sharing your amazing ideas! Hugs and kisses from Brazil!!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your kind comment Nana. I am glad you like it. Sorry there is no tutorial on this, but i will make an other with an different style and try to take photos as a go and post them here on my blog. Have fun creating :-)Delete
this is just so colpletely amazing Anne it would be great to have a tutorial I learn so much from your tutorials and feel like I can actually attempt something like it. Hugs SaraDelete
I would also love a tutorial. What a wonderful thing to make for yourself. Beautiful and useful! You did a marvelous job on it. thanks as always for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your kind comment Teresa. I am glad you like it. Sorry there is no tutorial on this, but i will make an other with an different style and try to take photos as a go and post them here on my blog. Have fun creating :-)Delete
Anna, this is so beautiful i loved it. And so you see wy ask on a tutorial to make this kabinet.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your kind comment Margreet. I am glad you like it. Sorry there is no tutorial on this, but i will make an other with an different style and try to take photos as a go and post them here on my blog. Have fun creating :-)Delete
Incredible!....looks like a finely crafted piece of furniture....your workmanship always amazes me...I so look forward to every new video.....thanks.ReplyDelete
This is so wonderful, I love it. But I have a question about the multi medium you have used. Are you glueing every part of the project apart or are you glueing the whole project when you have finished it and glue it then. I hope you understand what I mean.
Thank you so much for your kind comment Petra. I am glad you like it :-) I glued all the small pieces together first ant painted over with multi matte. Then i glued all the larger pieces together and went over with multi matte again. Used a lot of glue lol. Hope this is was you asked for. Have fun creating :-) Hugs, AnneDelete
Omg this is absolutely beautiful your so inspiring, your creations get better and better each time.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see the video. I deffinetly want to try make one of these.
You give me so much inpiration and confidence to try new ideas and techniques.
Big hugs Rachael tfs :) xxx
What a qreat useful itemReplyDelete
This is absolutely amazing!!! You've done something I've only dreamed of doing to such an amazing extent!ReplyDelete
I'm so aweinspired by your work!
Thanks so much for sharing!
I have long admired your work, but this is absolutely amazing! What a useful project. I would love to make one also.ReplyDelete
Anne it is absolutely stunning! Hugs, NatashaReplyDelete
Anna, I am in such awe of your talent! This is the most ingenious design of yours I have seen yet, beautiful & useful at the same time. You are what I want to be when I grow up (LOL). I have not seen a single item you have made that I have not drooled over. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing pieces with all of us. BobbiReplyDelete
This is fantastic.... I want one but don't even know we're to begin. Thanks for all that you do :)ReplyDelete
This is just to awesome for words ..... are you thinking of selling them .....ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your sweet comment Linda. Think it is to much work for selling them lol. Have fun creating :-)Delete
My goodness. This is an amazing project and so useful too. I am rethinking the area around my work station after seeing your project. At least using a carousel would be a step up from how I store things now. Thank you for sharing your extreme talent with all of us.ReplyDelete
Helt underbar, du är superduktig.ReplyDelete
Oh Anne. This is so amazing. What are the chances of you sharing with us. I would love a tutorial. I need this so bad. It is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Hi Georgia, Thank you so much for your kind words. Plan to make an other one in a different style and will try to remember take photos as a go and post them here so you can see how it is put together. Have fun creating :-)Delete
Anne, this is just absolutely fabulous! I love to see all your creations, thankyou soo much for sharing.ReplyDelete
You never cease to amaze me Anne! Once again you have wowed me with your creativity. Stunning!ReplyDelete
such beautiful and useful things you make, very inspirational, I have signed up to follow your blog, its exciting to see what you make and thank you so much for sharing with us, have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
Har aldri sett makan jeg!!!!!! Speachless.................ReplyDelete
Wow! What a fabulous creation! Such a great storage cabinet and so beautiful! You are so talented I love all of your projects! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us and inspiring me! Can't wait to see what you create next!ReplyDelete
Hello from Canada, this is my first visit to your blog and shop - and I am sure glad I came by!!! My first thought was that you might want to consider taking up an additional hobby of woodcrafting OR do as I do and pay a local wood craftsman to construct your designs in wood. I designed a beautiful puppet theater for my daughter which he made from Swedish pine and then I painted it, But I have used him to help with small projects or larger ones when I need a custom table for my hobby. I think simple woodworking skills would be helpful for us crafters! I've also dreamed of custom storage.ReplyDelete
Your project is a wonderful labour of love, very pretty!