Sunday, July 12, 2009

The Most Beautiful Custom Made Project For ME!!!

About a week and a half ago - several people on LNS were talking about storage for their stamp pads, re-inkers and markers. There were some samples posted and links posted to where you could purchase some. I told my husband about them and he said he would make me one! *Bonus* I showed him some pictures and gave him a stamp pad, a re-inker and a marker and he went to town. Now I thought he was going to make something that everyone would want and would want to purchase from him. Everything he makes as a Master Craftsman Wood Worker is so amazing and I am not sure why I thought he would come up with something that the everyday SU person would want to or be able to purchase! No - NOT MY HUSBAND! Everything he makes has to be quality, almost perfect and a work of art! He came up with the most beautiful piece of furniture you can imagine! It is made out of cedar and probably weighs about 20 lbs. and he even left the "natural look" of the cedar on the bottom piece for me to enjoy. Take a look - isn't he amazing??? I am very lucky that he loves me so much!
Here are the pictures I took as I am very happy with my new treasure. See you soon!



















22 comments:

  1. You are a very lucky girl, Renee! Beautiful!

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  2. That is completely beautiful! You are one blessed lady! :o)

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  3. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT...I especially love that you have the marker and reinker right next to the stamp pad...So is hubby going to sell them to us or are you afraid to ask being it took 5 days...PS good luck with the album holder...

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  4. Renee - does your husband have a single brother?! This is gorgeous!! Lucky you. (Lucky him too!)

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  5. That is soooooo gorgeous!!! Your dear hubby gets extra brownie points for that work of art!!!

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  6. Your husband is a diamond, and you're the lucky lady!

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  7. Renee: I had to come back for a second look. I love how he cut a place out where you load the stamp pads so their easy to get out. Then a place for the reinkers and the markers. This is really a fantastic design. Way to go Ron!

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  8. Renee: I had to come back for a second look. I love how he cut a place out where you load the stamp pads so their easy to get out. Then a place for the reinkers and the markers. This is really a fantastic design. Way to go Ron!

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  9. Oh Renee this is just awesome! wish i had a handy man hubby but i got a pc geek one which is good when i need anything done or 'fixed'. Mind you i dont mind the money I save when i need a new puta ;) Do you think your hubby would make me one and send it to OZ???

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  10. Ron said since it took him 5 days to make it - he would be delighted to make one for anyone who wanted one, but it would be $350 and I just laughed right out loud! He gave me a very dirty look. I explained though - he is happy again! He is my sweetheart! Renee

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  11. Renee - He is definitely a "Keeper"!! Love his work! Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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  12. WOW! Such beautiful storage for your ink pads. We are lucky to have husbands that do such special stuff for us. My husband took 2 bedrooms and took the wall out to make me a fabulous craft room.

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  13. AMAZING!!! Simply AMAZING!! That is an absolutely beautiful piece of art. Anyone would be so lucky to have one of these. I guess YOU are that lucky one. :0) Please tell Ron his skills are incredible and I am very proud of him for making this awesome creation! Happy stampin' to you. That is, if you can take your eyes off of this gorgeous furniture piece.

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  14. AMAZING!!! Simply AMAZING!! That is an absolutely beautiful piece of art. Anyone would be so lucky to have one of these. I guess YOU are that lucky one. :0) Please tell Ron his skills are incredible and I am very proud of him for making this awesome creation! Happy stampin' to you. That is, if you can take your eyes off of this gorgeous furniture piece.

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  15. You're a lucky woman! This is stunning...!

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  16. This is amazing. Beautiful work! Your'r one lucky gal.

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  17. You are right, it is beautiful. I love how the classy the cedar looks.

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  18. It's beautiful and so functional at the same time. Great job Ron. Renee, I would have that man building something all the time if I were you! LOL
    Enjoy your new piece of art!

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  19. Wow! That is gorgeous, and you are one lucky girl :) If he ever decides to start a side business I bet he would be VERY busy!!

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  20. I would sure love to have one, but I can't afford $350. Could he maybe use some less expensive wood? Thanks, Kristi
    kellyklan@cox.net

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  21. Wow, wow, wow! This is gorgeous. Worth every penny.

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