My husband built me this Copic marker storage box. It will hold 288 markers. There are three clear marker storage boxes inside. I just ordered a fourth. That way I have room to expand if I want. It's going to make it so easy to see all the marker numbers now. He offered to stain it. I'm debating if I want it stained or not. The box is designed to use two ways. the markers can be displayed at a 60 degree (shown) or a 30 degree angle depending how you position the box. Now all I need to do is get some alcohol and clean my markers. I tend to be a tad messy with them. He definitely earned some points with this!!!
I've been married to my best friend for 40 years and we raised three pretty great kids. It's been a wonderful life so far and now that our children are grown it's time to have fun. My husband just got into making guitars and I got into making cards. I started with stamping, but very quickly fell in love with coloring digital images. I'm learning a little more every day. My passion is coloring animals. I can't get enough of them. I also enjoy sewing, crewel and counted cross stitch, although my eyesight makes that a little difficult now. I just retired and need to add quilting to my activities. The fun never ends! If you would like to email me it's: email@example.com
This is Tom's first guitar. It's made out of mahagony. His second guitar kit just arrived. It's going to be a beauty. It will be made out of Koa and will have abalone inlays on the fret board and gold hardware. I can't wait to see it completed.
This is Tom's second guitar project. It's made from Koa and has abalone inlays and gold hardware. He let me pick how this one would look. The inlays are absolutely beautiful!
This is the third guitar that Tom made. You can't tell in the photo, but this has a much glossier finish on it. It took weeks and weeks to get the finish right. I believe this one is mahagony also.