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Thread: Ironing area before and after

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    What a wonderful idea. Love the large pressing area and all the storage is great. I'm thinking I could get rid of several small storage containers and consolidate everything into that one cabinet. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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    Interesting juxtaposition!

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    I want one, too!

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    What a great idea. My dh is wanting to get rid of a tool box like that - may paint it and move it to the sewing room.
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    Great idea--I'll bet you love using it!

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    Now that is a great ironing board! I'm going to put that in my to-do project list.

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    Hey! I have one of those, but it is full of tools in the garage.

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    Was wanting to do this also, but was at a loss to find something for the base that was not only sturdy enough but moveable! Never thought of using a tool chest! DUH. You are so smart! Thanks
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    great idea.....terriffffic hubby....
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    I want one!!!
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    Genius. Great idea.

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    Super neat idea and one can never have enough storage areas. Great job for both you and your hubby
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    That is neat. I bet you have your rulers and quilting notions in the tool box.

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    very clever idea and lots of storage area. i like it. and you can move it where ever.

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    now isn't that clever! I also like the one the lady made on an old dresser. So creative!

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    Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice!
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    Pretty awesome! What a nice husband you have!

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    Good planning all around! neat, clean and everything still close by.

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    I want one of these! LOL! Very nice.

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    I love what he did - I bet I could get my hubby to do something like this for me. It would be so nice to have something wider than a regular ironing board - when I am too lazy to pull out my ironing board, I just use the one I bought from JoAnn's and put it on tip of my washing machine. It works for the little stuff, but not so well for the bigger stuff.

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    Very handy husband. Nice ironing board.

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    What a difference! Great job

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    Oh, that's so nice!

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    Awesome idea!!! Your hubby is very clever. I want one Not your hubby....just his idea
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