Having sorted out the pots for my marker pens I decided to turn my attention to the piles of paper on my desk that really needed some kind of storage so I took one discarded cat food box and set to and made a letter rack.
I cut the box down to the required size
then used packaging tape to strengthen the side panels.
Mod Podge and a few sheets of torn up kitchen roll
soon had the box covered and left to dry.
I gave the dry box 2 coats of Tester pot paint 'Powder Purple'
I covered the inside panels and front panel with
Raspberry Rd 'Antebellum No 16' digi paper.
Butterfly was in my stash sent to me by a blogging friend.
Wording generated on PC and printed off.
Faux stitching pricked out round edge.
A mauve colouring pencil used to draw the faux thread.
Papers now sit nice and tidy on my desk.
I have show cased this for my Butterfly Challenge.
#3 A Stitch in Time.
Challenge runs for 2 weeks and I would love to see you over there.
Entering into the following challenges:
Kabooodle Doodles #214 Anything but square.
My Craft Creations # Anything goes.
The Cheerful Stamp Pad #81 Anything goes.
The Paper Nest Dolls #5 Anything goes.
Through The Craft Room Door # Anything goes.
Hiding In My Craft Room #140 Super Scraps.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #115 Use up your snippets. (butterfly, mod podge, tester pot.)
Penny's Paper Crafty #168 Anything goes.