Welcome to the Scrapbook Room Reveal Blog Hop!
Don't you just LOVE seeing where other crafters create? and get ideas for how to organize your own space? I know I do!
We hope you will join us this weekend and take a peek into our craft spaces. Our hostess Cicily, at www.PinkDalmationScrapper.blogspot.com has a couple of great prizes to those who take the time to check out our spaces!
This is my scrap room.
As you can see I keep my Cricut and Gypsy on my desk. My gypsy is sat on the Creative Cutter Room exclusive bow maker (love that thing too!). I also keep my ATG and my giant can't-live-without Tonic paper trimmer along with a small notebook.
The silver rod below the curtain rod comes from IKEA's kitchen department. I purchased 4 cups that clip onto the rail. They hold markers, glue, everyday tools (ruler, scissors, bone folder, etc) and misc. The open spot is for a hanging basket the IKEA offers but was out of when I bought the system. I'll use it to store my glitters, mists and liquid pearls.
My Cricut mats and Lawn Fawn stamps are simply hung on the wall with nails.
I have four of these square plastic boxes that I use to hold similar items.. One of them holds all the my Disney stuff (paper, embellishments, memorabilia, photos, etc.). Another has everything Christmas. The pink one is baby/pregnancy memorabilia and the fourth box has class kits from last years ScrapFest (I really should finish these before ScrapFest starts this year).
I use these small divided boxes to hold brads, eyelets, buttons, epoxy flowers, leather embellishments and other tiny embellishments.
On the floor, next to my desk, is my scrap folder. I trim all my scraps down into rectangles and then sort them in this 12"x 12" plastic accordion folder (patterned, black, white, brown, red, pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple (and I still have some open space at the back)). If a patterned piece of paper is primarily one color it goes into that colors slot.
Next to that is my Martha Stewart score board and the Huggies wipes box hold all the Close To My Heart stamp sets until I can find something a little more aesthetically pleasing.
Thank you so very much for stopping by today. I hope I've provided you with some inexpensive and unique storage and organization options.
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Jearise - http://lorbysworld.blogspot.com