Yup! Another storage unit. This time it holds most (well, a few) of my non-distress ink pads such as Ranger Archival, VersaFine, Memento, StazOn, ColorBox and India Ink.
Not only the ink pads but I have two boxes, each holding 25 re-inkers, sitting on top of the "spinning" unit! The top box can be removed by lifting with the handle, to reveal another box underneath.
I have been wanting to make this one for a while now, but it has only been recently that it became an URGENT to-do project as my ink pad drawers were overflowing and very difficult to close LOL.
The "shelves" of the ink pad modules are made in the same way that the S T I C K L E S Spinning Storage Unit was made, with "ledges" that the "shelves" slot into. Creating it this way used less chipboard (I think) and made for a much "cleaner" look.
I used Graphic 45's Steampunk Debutante paper to cover and embellish it. The shelves and reinker sections were sprayed with Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays. And of course the piece de resistance is the Lazy Susan spinner underneath!
I will be adding a Cutting Guide here as soon as I can as well as a link to the YouTube video on the making of it (when I get around to editing the video), so keep an eye out for that! The height (without the spinner) is 17 3/4" to the top of the top re-inker box, the width is 8" (with the ink pads). If you wanted to make this and was wondering about the "spinner" size, I used a 4" round spinner, however the base area of the unit measures 6 1/4"x6 1/4".
Below are some photos of the unit.
On to the next project!