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Cleaning your letterpress printer drawer

This was not a fast project but I am in love with how it came out.

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I was excited about this upcycled project. Too excited I’ll admit …. And I had to chuckle when I would show my kids and friends, and be all excited, and their responses would be to look at me and say, “and what do you plan to do with that?” Haha. So, now I’ll show them! This is why I wanted it.

[caption id="attachment_1219" align="alignnone" width="627"]How to Clean a Printer tray How to Clean a Printer drawer[/caption]

I saw a few of these redone on Pinterest and fell in love with the idea. My first job was in a print shop over 20 years ago. I continued doing graphic design after leaving that job, so printing has been part of my life for more than half of it. When I found this gem on a local garage sale website for $20 I ran over to grab it that night. I couldn’t wait to have a place to display my first embossing die from my graphic design studio that is currently celebrating it's 20th Anniversary.

[caption id="attachment_1183" align="alignnone" width="1024"]How to Clean A Printer Tray Dirty Printer Tray[/caption]

My SIL and I LOVE our garage sales. We find so many unfinished projects just waiting for us there. LOL! This last summer we found this $5 steal! I was looking for something that would work for a bench by my front door for clients and house guests to use. wcmt-bench-before

Vanity Redo | Turn a vanity into a bench with these 5 steps: