28. August 2012 18:36
Want to see where Kustom Kissers lip balm is made? Welcome to the tour of my spare bedroom!
This L-shaped desk is made from two bar-height kitchen islands purchased at Ikea. They're awesome because I can sit or stand while working. Those pink tubes along the wall are from Ikea's kitchen section too. They are meant to hold plastic grocery bags, but I filled them up with lip balm for easy access and organization.
I write all my blog posts from this computer wardrobe minus the door. It opened the wrong way and was generally annoying, so I took it off. The globe on top is covered in chalkboard paint thanks to my dad.
The shipping station is comprised of two end tables my dad found on the sidewalk.
A thrifted library card catalogue is a crafter's dream. It holds odds and ends from stickers to ribbon, markers and glue, etc.
My college degrees are proudly displayed to remind me that smart people make custom lip balm for a living. Ha!
The storage unit (also from Ikea) holds a printer, paper, several types of labels, letterhead, business cards, Design Your Own Lip Balm Kits and lots more.
Each pink tube is filled to the rim with blank lip balms, one for each flavor and color. When fully stocked, they hold 4,000 tubes waiting to be labeled. That thought makes me happy.
This concludes the Kustom Kissers portion of our tour. Any questions?