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Instructions to the be Creative! MDF Inkpad storage kit!

be Creative! MDF Inkpad Storage Kit Instructions


Sections:

Section A - Semi Circular cut on one side x 3


Section B - Three opened Grooves on one side x 3


Section C - Three Closed Grooves x 2


Section D - Top and Bottom Section x 2


Section E - Backing Section x 1



Assembling your storage unit:

Step 1: Assemble Section A and B, by slotting all the open ended Grooves together

  • TOP TIP: The semi-circular cut end facing downwards


Step 2: Put Section C on each end of the stand and make sure the pieces click together.
  • TOP TIP: If the pieces do not fit, turn C 180 degrees, protruding edge facing up

Step 3: Place section E on top of the stand and make sure the pieces click together.
  • TOP TIP: If the pieces do not fit, turn E 180 degrees.



Step 4: Turn the stand upwards, and the semi-circular cut end should be facing you

Step 5: Place Section D, on top of the stand and click the pieces in place. Repeat for the bottom end.
  • TOP TIP: The Rounded end should be facing towards you, and if the pieces do not fit, turn Section D 180 degrees.


Your stand should now look like the above picture - congratulations, you've built your stand!


Make sure you get your InkPad Storage kit from Hochanda.
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