This is a terrific old Vintage Train Case, which had a lining that was too far gone, so we resurfaced the interior by decoupaging it with vintage sewing patterns. The case is now in excellent condition to use for craft and sewing supplies, or anything else you want to organize, hide, or store. The case definately has an aged exterior patina, which just adds to it's vintage charm. One of the clasp does not catch, but the one clasp does do the job for both for light use, not really recommended…
Upcycled 1970's Vintage Plastic Wilson Wil-hold Case
Upcycled 1970s Vintage Plastic Wilson Wil-hold Case for storing sewing notions. Decoupaged with vintage McCalls and Simplicity sewing pattern envelopes. Case is sealed with polyacrylic varnish to protect from scuffs and water damage. Comes with an organizer tray to hold scissors, bobbins, and all
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) click thumbnails for larger picsCafe Cartolina led us to these creative storage ides from Better Homes and Garden‘s DIY publication. In our small space, we’re always looking for ways to create more storage or to better organize the storage that have. Some of them are indeed a little cutesy, but we love that vintage suitcase. Two of these ideas utilize inexpensive kitchen objects. Can you guess what’s their actual function is?