If you cannot resist the dollar spot craft section, no matter which store you’re in, this post is for you.
I love collecting “supplies” for my “work”. The truth is though, sometimes I forget what I have if it’s not right in front of me. And some craft supplies are so small they get stuck under papers or drop behind things.
Take my love of Washi tape for example. I have to buy some every time I see it no matter where I am. The other day, I had some that just happened to be sitting on the table in front me because I’d only recently bought it. I was working on another project, saw it sitting there and knew immediately I had to use it for that project. I don’t think it would have ever occurred to me to use it if it hadn’t been sitting right in from of me.
I couldn’t bare to part with the patina of the metal sides so I left those just as they were.
Now, all I have to do is head down that dark scary hall, put on that new, old door to let in the light. And the first order of business will be to hang my Washi Tape & Glitter Storage Shadow Box on the wall!
So what do you think? The possibilities are endless and I have created a Printer’s Tray Shadow Box Inspiration eBay Collection to help inspire you to create your own. You can check it out here: Repurposed Printer’s Tray Collection. And be sure to follow me on eBay for more inspiration. We have so many more projects to complete on The Revival House and eBay is a great source of supplies and inspiration.
What would you put in your repurposed printer’s tray shadow box?
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