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Saturday, November 13, 2010

BEAUTIFULLY MADE WOODEN INK HOLDERS BY COL CRAFT

My husband Col (A.K.A Super Crafts man),  has suddenly developed a thing for crafting (I guess all my crafting has finally paid off or should say rubbed off) and has come up with this beautifully crafted pine wooden ink rack holder. 
This ink rack holds 12 distress inks and 36 ink pads (stazon, stampin up, versafine and other quality pads), and each of the small shelves are removable and have a scalloped edge for easy access to your inks.
And it has another great feature added to it....a top rack that will hold all your ink bottles and what ever else you want to put there.
It can been a free standing unit or...you can mount it to the wall..
IN 2011 THERE WILL MORE DESIGNS AND SOMETHING TO SUIT ALL CRAFTERS AND THEIR CRAFTING NEEDS.. SO WATCH THIS SPACE IN THE FUTURE...

21 comments:

TRACEY said...

LYN, this is awesome, and if i had just brought one i would dearly have loved to order one from you and your hubby.

I am wondering if your husband would be able to make one with the slots a little higher apart, so that it would fit the new style of stampin up punches and if he could i would definately order one. the punch measurements are 7.5cm width, 3.5cm high and depth 12cm.

If each of the slots could be these measurements and you could give me a price, i will be exceptionally happy to purchase one and i know of several others who would also purchase them as there is nothing available in oz like it to fit them. my email is info@traceyhanshaw.com.au
you lucky lucky lady.

paperpapier said...

this is fantastic Lyn because it helps to store the ink pad in proper manner. Love that it can be mounted to wall and thus, save the space.
hugs, heaney

Rae said...

Wow Lynn, you are one LUCKY LADY! (but I know you already know this). This shelf looks fabulous!

Annmaree (Emu) said...

I really love it!!!

Great enterprise!

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

Wow! love it, want it and need it! My hubby needs to talk to your hubby and then maybe the craft bug will rub off on him too! lol

Micki said...

Love it. He did an awesome job!

Chris said...

what they all said - completely awesome.
*jealous*
:-)
-Chris

Cassandra said...

Ow WOW this is awesome, your hubby is very special!! I can't wait to show my DIY hubby hehe. I think it is brilliant!! And best of all it can be decorated in any way to suit any craftroom. :o) *hugz*

Glennis said...

Looks absolutely perfect for the job Lyn, you really are one lucky lady

Priyanka said...

this is mind blowing,amazing furniture,but I dont have material which is needed for this furniture, I am very much thirsty for all those material like distress ink,copic etc etc etc,hope one day my dream come true.

Laura said...

Stunning! Looks great to me. I have a problem though. How to hang things on my walls which are eaves. Now that would be a problem needing a solution!

angelique (anlou) said...

oh my hun
this is amazing
your hubby is very handy
a huge complimnet to him
i dont have a space to put something like that to hang on or place it on my table, but if i'll have a space it's very handy to make of my own
thanks for the idea
hugs angelique

Alizabethy said...

You are lucky to have such a talented husband!

Rosa-kreattiva said...

la trovo un idea molto bella, anche se io non posseggo tutti questi tamponi, credo che gli spazi fossero un pochino pi├╣ grandi sarebbe utile per contenere i timbri che teniamo sempre in giro ;-)
kiss rosa.kreattiva

craftymum said...

Wow This is fantastic. What every crafter needs!
sarah

Gale Varland said...

Pretty cool Lyn! Tell your hubby what a great job he did and that we are all jealous!

Cheryl said...

OMG WOW this is fabulous,your husband is a very clever man....lucky you!!!
Hugs xx

Sue W said...

What a clever husband!!! I love your new Ink pad holder......What every paper crafter needs is sensible storage! We need to be able to see things but still have the place tidy.......well that's me anyway!!

Love it Lyn!

Pat (mspfd) said...

What a wonderful rack! Your hubby did a fantastic job. Lucky you!

Annika said...

Oh I'd LOVE to have this!! What a good design!!

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