OMG!!!! i would love to have one of those!!! so cute and very handy for all the nicknacks that don’t really have a designated place or group they belong to. you could also use it to devide the different pieces that do belong together in a specific groupn f.ex. all the chipboard elements, all the metal parts, stamps, …
just an incredible versatile piece that would be a very good asset to use in my craft space! show pics in the comments if you have one like these and what you use it for. love, jolien
I saw this for sale in the local charity shop when I was making my daily trip to drop donations off. It was only about €15 or so. I wanted to badly to buy it but I figured I did not need another one, and my goal for this year is to downsize (hence my reason for being in the charity shop in the first place!)
I love printer’s trays!
I trained as a journalist from 1979 onwards, so I have always had printers’ trays (or printers’ drawers as they are also called). We actually used them in those days and I used to take any old drawers they threw out and use them for display.
These two I bought here in Sweden – they still have the old metal letters in some of the drawers.
The top one holds all my clay animals and African matchbox puzzles. The bottom…
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this really made me see the world in some different ways! especially the one with most photographed places. i live in belgium and apparently we are in the highest level. but also that some many places in the world never have been photographed!