Amelia Edwards

Amelia Edwards

Leicester / I am a student at De Montfort University in my final year studying Contour fashion.
Amelia Edwards
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An old dresser with no drawers used for storage https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=621867327843359=pb.565415993488493.-2207520000.1366864240.=3=https%3A%2F%2Fsphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-ash3%2F44825_621867327843359_696932516_n.jpg=240%2C320

An old dresser with no drawers used for storage https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=621867327843359=pb.565415993488493.-2207520000.1366864240.=3=https%3A%2F%2Fsphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-ash3%2F44825_621867327843359_696932516_n.jpg=240%2C320

I love this craft storage idea from a toolbox. love the paint color. this would be great for stamping supplies. - Crafting Is My Life

I love this craft storage idea from a toolbox. love the paint color. this would be great for stamping supplies. - Crafting Is My Life

You have a simple craft project that you know you can finish in a few hours. But instead of being productive you end up wasting your time trying to find the things you need. This simple craft table solves your organizing problems: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/bik3 Find the storage system that will get your craft station organized now!

You have a simple craft project that you know you can finish in a few hours. But instead of being productive you end up wasting your time trying to find the things you need. This simple craft table solves your organizing problems: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/bik3 Find the storage system that will get your craft station organized now!

String Dispensers Here’s a great way to reuse empty CD/DVD containers. Drill a hole in the top for the string to slide through, then screw the lid under a shelf and snap on the string-loaded container. Pull down and snip off the desired length and never worry that your ball of string will roll away across the floor dragging its tail behind it!

String Dispensers Here’s a great way to reuse empty CD/DVD containers. Drill a hole in the top for the string to slide through, then screw the lid under a shelf and snap on the string-loaded container. Pull down and snip off the desired length and never worry that your ball of string will roll away across the floor dragging its tail behind it!