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Cute space-love the colors!!

I'm in desperate need of finding the Store In Style 3 drawer cube. I see in your closet you have them. Where did you get your Store In Style Cubes? Specifically the 3 drawer. Your help would be wonderful.

Hey Tracy, I love your closet!!!

how fun!
i love that color in the closet.
and it cracks me up that you have your stuff in the's disguised really well.

Project - My Scraproom
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Project - My Scraproom
by TrayChic
posted 12/28/09 at 12:43 PM
Galleries: Scraprooms

My scrapbooking space is in our guest room closet. I have Crop in Style Modular furniture and the existing closet shelf. On the tabletop, I have my Cuttlebug, portable DVD player (I like watching TV on DVD, and the DVD player on the TV in the guestroom is broken, so I plugged in the portable player. So convenient!), FRED board with Ott light, letterbox that holds my trimmer, ruler, Crop-a-Dile, Cricut mat, and cutting mat (behind the FRED board), and Clip-it-Up.My stuff has overflowed onto the entertainment unit. To the left is the TV (the one with the broken DVD player) and my pink Slice apron that Suz got for me at CHA. On the top shelf are my Circle Journals from the Crop Circle and white boxes that hold my paints and foam letter alphas. The middle shelf has my CHA mini book, decorated card box, and Basic Grey buttons in Making Memories jars. The bottom shelf has my Stacy Julian books, Slice, and Library of Memories albums. The drawer under that has some tools like my Dymo label maker, spare staples, and glue gun. The bottom cabinet has my mom's knitting. The storage cubes on the right have my templates, extra adhesive, and memorabelia. On display on top are some mini books I have done.

Inside the closet, my mom and I added some extra shelves and an extension to the desktop. Up top, I have old magazine issues and a few school projects. On the wire shelf are some beads and stamps. The bottom shelf has more current magazine issues, jewelry making supplies, Big Bite, and embroidery floss. On the table extension is my Cricut, cartridges, glass cutting mat, circle cutting system, Kodak photo printer (in the black bag), and my little sewing machine.

Here is another shot of the wire shelf. My stamps and more embroidery floss are on the left, extra FRED board, basket containing my card making supplies and projects that I haven't finished, and my heat tool.

My Clip-it-Up is full! I'm the kind of person that has to see everything I have (tools and embellishments alike) in order to use it.

The top-left drawer labeled “Tools”. Here are all of my frequently used tools: Glue glider, Glue Dots, liquid adhesive, scissors, pens, corner rounders and Post-its.

Middle left drawer labeled “Stamps”. These are my frequently used stamps like alphas, journaling stamps, and flourishes. I also have foam brushes and my embossing Tidy Tray.

Lower-middle left drawer “Tools”. Here are all of my punches.

The bottom left drawer “Solid Papers”. These are all of my solid cardstock sheets. I have them labeled by hue (jewel tones, neutrals, cool water, etc).

Top right drawer “Embellishments”. These are the embellishments that don't hang to put on my Clip-it-Up. Prima flowers, colored wire, bling, eyelets and brads, etc are stored here.

Middle right drawer labeled “Ink”. All of my stamp pads and Distress pads are here.

Bottom right drawer (the most fun one!) “Patterned Paper”. I have my paper filed by manufacturer.

And underneath my table is my scraps bin (all scraps are filed in 8.5x11 folders by color), ink bin (Glimmer Mist, alcohol ink, etc), and trash bin (which I actually keep plastic bags in to use AS trash bags) and Grungeboard.

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