While I was doing this, I decided it looked way too functional for our traditional Victorian home. So I decided to go vintage and spent a joyful few hours cutting grungy collage style papers to fit all the little drawers. I used my Stampin Up envelope punch board to cut out the spaces for the little handles, and round the edges, it made what could have looked quite messy into a very neat job. Then I edged the papers all round with Stampin Up crumb cake ink to finish it off.
Then I was looking for a cool way to label the drawers, aiming for a sort of apothecary drawer effect.
Believe it or not, I made it by cutting stampin up's gold card into 2.5cm x 10cm strips, and used the scalloped square punch like this:
Here's how it turned out
(I got this great idea from Mary-Ellen Stites' website www.createwithme.com.)
I am so pleased with the final result; here's before:
How do you store your crafting stuff? I'd love to see a piccy, just put a link into the comments section...
When I bought this unit my aim was to reduce my craft materials so that they all fit inside this unit. Ha! What was I thinking? I have a whole wardrobe and large drawer upstairs still stuffed to the gills! So much for good intentions...