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Published on June 5th, 2008 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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a charging station to organise your gadgets





we have too many gadgets, don’t we? here’s a charging station from jamie to help tame those wires.

jaime writes, “i have been looking for something to keep all my chargers and devices organized and i haven’t found anything that i could afford and still pay back my student loans! so i started looking at diy ideas for charging stations. these required lots of parts and tools that i just don’t have.

charging stationcharging stationon one visit to my neighborhood ikea, i purchased a mackis storage rack for my crafting space. i got to thinking that i could hack it and turn it into what i needed, with very few tools or extra parts.

charging stationin the end, i made the station in two hours while watching tv. i was able to use tools i had around. the only cost was the mackis rack.

see jamie’s charging station instructions on her myspace blog or more photos on flickr.

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3 Responses to a charging station to organise your gadgets

  1. Brandee says:

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE tell me where that paper came from. I love it!

  2. prue says:

    on myspace it says the paper is from old navy.

  3. Jaime says:

    Yes, I got the wrapping paper about two-three years ago from Old navy around the holidays.

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