We just brought home another cockatiel to keep our first one Tikki company. She has been aggressive and unhappy so we thought this would be the perfect solution!
The new one is named Crash! He is sooo sweat!
Though he was posturing like a she today trying to get Tiki's attention. Hmmmm. It's always so hard to tell boy's from girls. Guess we'll see?
Any who after deciding the cage was much to small for both of them and a bigger one was WAY out of budget. The twins and I took a drive to Lowes and picked up some supplies. $47.00, lot's of cuts and scraped and five hours of working in the sun check out out accomplishment!
I was short staples so I wasn't able to get the rest of the Trim on, It's easy to tell where it's missing!
We are quite proud of it. It slid right into the corner like butter!
I thought I would share a quick idea I've found on storing copics and pens. I keep most of my copics in the set boxes they come in, but I do tend to pick up a few strays that don't have a home.
I found one of these caddies in the tool section at fred meyers. It was in the same area that all the peg board supplies are kept. I just leave the drawer sections open and it works perfect! YOu can see the last drawer is closed. It's the one with the pink piece of paper taped to it. Lol I have to keep my shipping box sizes handy when I'm shipping cards. :) Plain view always makes it helpful!
Then of course I have my curtain rods strung through out the craft room to hold my punches. I usually secures a small 1 inch by 1/4 inch thick board behind it so that I can store the smaller punches as well with out them falling out the backside...