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Friday, January 9, 2009

Making a Recycle Jewellery Keeper

So yesterday I was really frustrated with all my messed up jewellery tangling with each other. Took me soooooo long to finally sort them out separately. Once again, my over flowing brain juice comes out with this silly recycling idea. Why don’t I make an easy to keep box for all my bracelets?

So that’s how it all started..

You’ll need:

  1. Cutting Pad
  2. Long Ruler
  3. Blade
  4. Corruboard
  5. Old File
  6. Push Pins
  7. Pencil

Steps are soooo simple:

  1. Measure the size of your old file.
  2. Draw the measured size of your old file on the corruboard.
  3. Use a blade and cut the corruboard. From my industrial training experience, I've learned that using a blade at a 45 degree (the lower the better) will cut out a nicer surface. *according to the experts of blades (",)*
  4. I use double corruboard to have a better thickness so that my push pins won't fall out easily.
  5. Use your pencil and mark the desired location to puncture the push pins.
  6. Place the push pins as you desire.
  7. Wala! Just start placing your bracelets in.
  8. Decorate your box as desired.

Look! I can just slot my bracelets into my bookshelves where I always like to dig things from there.
Save space right?


Claire, the sleepy head

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