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I wish my studio looked like this!

THIS IS AMAZING! I LOVE how you used the American Crafts stripe paper as your inspiration for the walls. One of my favorite layouts of my daughter is with this paper. I WOULD NEVER leave my studio if I had the money to deck it out like that. EXCELLENT JOB!!!

This is one of the best scrap rooms I've seen! Can't wait to check out the link to the other half!

WOW!!! What a beautiful room!!

Wow! This is an amazing room!<img border='0' src='/graphics/mbicons/smilies_v2/smile.gif'>

WOW! I am so jealous...

Project - LEFT SIDE of my new American Crafts inspired Scraproom
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Project - LEFT SIDE of my new American Crafts inspired Scraproom
by Gemm
posted 06/13/06 at 05:42 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

The design of this new scraproom has undergone a lot of revisions before finally getting it ALMOST complete. You are only seeing HALF of the room. The OTHER SIDE OF THE ROOM is on this link – <br>http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?cmd=display&layout_id=900046 [twopeasinabucket.com] </br>

<br>page 1 – my Prima flowers collection </br>

<br>page 2, 3 – Wall Avenue words from www.topline-creations.com. These are wall rub-ons.</br>

<br>Page 4, 5 – All of the upper cabinets and mullion doors were purchased via the internet more than a year ago. They are made of Maple solid wood. I can not remember the site but what I do remember is that the prices of these cabinets are comparable to those cabinets with particle boards that you can get at Lowe's or Home Depot that's why with a little more money, I chose to get these solid wood ones.</br>

<br>The lower cabinet I purchased from IKEA. It is a free-standing kitchen cabinet from the VARDE series. I asked my DH to cut the legs off to a table height (28 1/2") so that it will look like a custom cabinet with the 4 paper shelves units inside. Got those paper storage at www.poorray.com. </br>

<br>page 6, 7, 8 – I used 12 TARGET cubes to make the other part of this L-shaped desk. I purchased 2 PRONOMEN countertops from IKEA and cut it to the desired length. The countertop is WIDER in depth compared to the TARGET cubes so I was able to make it my desk with numerous storage underneath while still making it look custom-made. </br>

<br>Page 9 – My We R Memory Keepers & Prima collection</br>

<br>Page 10 – close-up of my desk where I have my Cricut. Also have the DRAWERZ tilt bins from QVC to store my small embellishments.</br>

<br>page 11, 12 – close-up of TARGET cubes. I use them to sort my stickers and embellishments by different categories like baby girl, baby boy, love, friends, school, Christmas, etc. Some I sort by brands if I have many like Basic Grey, Studio K, Brenda Walton and the like. Others for my adhesive, fastenater staples, frames, tags, etc.</br>

<br>Page 13, 14 – These white MDF drawer chests contain my alphabet and numbers chipboards. Got those at the Container Store.</br>

<br>page 15 – black carousel organizer that I got at Marshall's for $19.99. Quite a steal at that price! I was so happy when I saw it and it's the only one in the store.</br>

<br>page 16 – Lazy Scrapper (www.acrossthest.com) is a paint can that has a turntable base where I keep my decorative scissors, trimmer, ATG 700 adhesive. Lots of mesh pockets to use. Got it at 40% off at a LSS.</br>

<br>Any more other questions just email me.</br>




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