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Inspiration Shelf

When I start a new craft project I gather up my glitter, paint, ribbon and washi tape etc in my chosen colour palette and leave them out for the duration of my project. However they always get in the way when they are piled up on the corner of my desk and inevitably I often knock them on to the floor. So I bought some acrylic sheets cut to size and made a little shelf that I could store them on, but still be inspired by looking at them. I attached the acrylic shelf to the wall using the Command™ Picture & Mirror Hanging Strips, which as well as leaving no marks on the wall also enable me to take the shelf on and off the wall as much as I like due to the velcro like technology. I will share how you can make your own made to measure acrylic shelf later this week...

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