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Design Your Own Spinning Supply Caddy »
InstructionsThis is a great project to make for yourself or as a gift for a friend with a hobby that requires tools and supplies.
Complete instructions for the project are available for free at the link, but here are a couple of special notes:
This project requires some (very basic) use of a drill.
It also requires a Lazy Susan bearing, which is a basic and inexpensive piece ...
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Type of item: Functional
Style: Whimsical, Funky, Eco-Friendly
Raw materials: Wooden Kleenex cover, cigar box, chipboard from the backs of two drawing pads, Lazy Susan bearing Additional supplies: Krylon sealant or DecoArt Triple Thick spray, book cover art from secondhand paperbacks or comic books, Mod Podge or gel medium to serve as glue
What was your inspiration?
Black plastic supply organizers always seem to have the wrong size compartments for what I want to store, so I decided I would figure out a way to make my own and still have it spin.
What are you most proud of?
This is an incredibly versatile project that will work for any sorts of supplies, because you build it (and decorate it) to suit your own needs.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Don't be put off by my difficulty rating! If you aren't comfortable using a drill, you will be happy to know you have to make exactly 8 holes through cheap wood, which means that you'll be done in no time.
Be sure to read the complete instructions at http://www.wonderstrange.com/2012/design-your-own-spinning-supply-caddy/?preview=true&preview_id=9924&preview_nonce=38280c2685.