Thursday, March 13, 2008

My Scrap Rack

I saw the scrap racks on the net and had to have one BUT they were 225.00 plus. Sooo I put on my thinking cap and made one for about 30.00 And I love it! I had forgotten how much cool stuff I had in all my binders, now it's out where I can see it. How cool is that?
Now I have all my acrylic stamps, ribbon, stickers, page kits, coluzzles, templates and more where I can lay my hands right on them
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10 comments:

jediflame said...

Wow!! This is great!! I have often thought of getting one of these, but they are really pricey. Will you be posting instructions on how you made yours? I'd love to make one of my own!

debbie said...

O.K. I put up the directions on how I did it

Tricia911 said...

WHere are the directions? I can not find them!

debbie said...

Look one post up!

DOTS766 said...

I love your homemade scraprack. I too cannot find your instructions! ~:o( If at all possible would you be kind enough to repost them?
Blessings and Happy New Year!
Dorothy

debbie said...

Look in the archives under March 2008 and you will find it

chrissangel34 said...

Hi, I just was looking at how you did the scrap rack and loved the idea, but was wondering where you got the pages that hold everything at?

debbie said...

the scrap barn

Tracy O'Brien said...

Love it, I have decided to use a 240 cd/dvd ringbinder case, as a scrap rack as the originals are too expensive.

Tracy O'Brien said...

great idea I decided to used a 240 cd/dvd case this only cost me £7.93.