Last night after coming home from scrapping with my girlfriends at the LSS, I was feeling quite ambitious. I started cleaning my scraproom. I did some rearranging and organizing, and am very happy with the results.
The 2 main counters of my space. Zane built them out of plywood when we first bought our house 5 years. Cost less than $100 and have held up very well
The other side of my room is where the TV, file cabinet, etc. are
The main area I work. The little tin buckets hold odd n' end embellies.
The cutting area, with my scraps of paper above on the shelf. I keep all the 12" strips in the bucket, works great for a quick border.
Cricut, cuttlebug area. The black box holds Cricut cartridges, Cuttlebug plates, spellbinders, some stamp sets, and embossing folders /dies. This is my favorite box to take with me scrapbooking because I can have alot of options in there without taking up alot of room. I also have accryllic blocks, baby wipes, sanding block, and cat eye inks in here. I just recently took the important parts out of the cricut books so they all fit nicely on this binder ring and store neatly in the box. The cartridges are on a piece of pullout chipboard with Velcro. The CD cases have stamps / spellbinders in them. Love this box!
The "eye candy" area. My friend Sharon at the LSS found this great MM embellishment box for me, she knows how I like my boxes.....I was up until 3 am filling it up. I think this is going to work out great!
Up above on the shelf are more stamp sets in CD cases, ink pads, some punches, and markers.
Under the counter is a pullout rack where I store chalks, chipboard, grungeboard, any other odds and ends I come acorss. This is actually a pull out for a cupboard, we just assembled it upside down. There is also a rolling cart for extra cardstock, and specialty papers.
Hanging on a curtain rod are all my kits. I love the kits over at http://www.scrap-room.com/ , when you get a minute, check them out. Now, whenever I buy PP, I always buy 3 pieces and 4 coordinating cardstock, so I can hang it together in a kit when I get home. I have also been working on putting my older pp into kits, so hopefully I start using some of it up.
So this is my space. I love being in here, especially with a big cup of coffee and a good movie or some Celtic music in the background.