What a cute scrapping space. I really like the wire scrolly-thing that you use to store your distress stamps. TFS!
Wow! U fit all of this into a bedroom corner? Definitely inspiring! I've been looking for small space ideas :)
Very nice space! I love my 4x4 Expedit, too! Thanks for sharing.
Project - My Scrappy Space
posted 04/24/12 at 07:30 PM
Starting at the top, moving left to right on each row of my Expedit.
Pic 1: The top of my Expedit shelves holds: a cupcake stand and mail sorter with little containers of embellies, some of my wood mounted stamps, a bucket full of paper scraps, and a pitcher full of paint brushes. The leopard print box holds seasonal stamps; I only display them during that holiday.
Pic 2: Watercolor paper, books of quotes, books I use for bookprint, my art journal. A vintage cake stand holds frequently used punches, a vintage bottles holds sequins, a big bowl holds big silk flowers, and a vintage candle holder holds random embellies.
Pic 3: Embroidery floss boxes hold word embellishments, warm, cool, and neutral colors of ribbon, small and medium flowers, 3-D alphas, brads-eyelets-and-bling, office supplies and metal embellies, and themed embellishments. Binders hold letter stickers, organized by color. The bowl holds chipboard letters, and the jar holds star embellies.
Pic 4: Binders will hold stamps. This is all in-progress, they will probably fill the cube when I'm finished. The small metal lunch box holds journaling spots, the vintage teacup holds bird embellies, and the glass jar holds arrow embellies.
Pic 5: The vintage milk glass vase and metal pitcher hold pencils and markers. The wooden box in the back holds mini albums and small art projects. Jars hold small embellies. The little scrolly holder holds Distress Ink Pads. Behind them are photos waiting to be scrapped and my notebooks.
Pic 6: My tool caddy, full of–wait for it–tools. My BIA, staplers, and trimmer live here, too.
Pic 7: My die-cutting machines, and I pulled back so you could see the basket directly underneath them. Those hold my manual dies for use in my CB.
Pic 8: Stickers, cards, memorabilia, oversized embellies, and Christmas all live in this stack. The vintage blue bowl holds randomness, the vintage bottles holds beads.
Pic 9: My paper cubes. 8.5x11, Stacks, then Neutrals, Warms,Cools, and Collections. The wire basket holds my colorants (everything but inks or pens/markers), so glitter, Twinkling h2os, chalk, watercolor crayons, metallic rub-ons, glitter, mists, etc.
Pic 10: My die basket, a small mail sorter holds tags and a vintage saucer holds vintage style embellies. Below, a colander holds spools of tape and string, and 3 accordion folders hold my scraps and themed paper & embellies.
Pic 11: The cube on the left is full of adhesive, and the muffin tin on top of the drawers holds buttons. The next cube is all things stamping–ink pads, blocks, my stampamajig and press, heat embossing goodies. The muffin tin on top of the stamping drawer holds chipboard embellies. My glass mat, a lunch tray for paint, and my craft mat live there, too.
Pic 12: 2 12x12 Sterilite drawer units hold mini albums, alterables, gifts, 3-D alphas, misc materials, and punches.
Pic 13: My stamp tower (this will disappear soon!) and the open closet, which shows my over-the-door-shoe-holder, which holds all of my paint, foam brushes, foam stamps, and masks.
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