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Project - Island w/ Target Cubes



Love the MM Embelishment Center mounted on the side of your island, what a great idea! tfs

Awesome space!!!

Love your island! Very creative and organized. Is that a counter top? Did you have it cut to fit?


You have peamail.


Project - Island w/ Target Cubes
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Project - Island w/ Target Cubes
by scrapping4twins
posted 07/28/07 at 08:48 PM
Galleries: Scraprooms

Someone posted wanting to see islands made with Target Cubes so I wanted to post the one I have. It is very functional and I love that the cubes are on the front and back.

In the front of the island are all 3-drawer units that are color organized and have embellishments and stuff by color; office supply drawer; 2 Heidi Swapp drawers; a Making Memories drawer; chipboard drawers; my CTMH stamp pads; a drawer for finished layouts that need to be put away.

On the back side I have an open cube with KI acrylics & ribbons in a 3-drawer container and a QK binder with my shapes in them; the black canvas drawers all have stamps in them except one which is all flowers; the 4-drawer cube just has misc stuff and older pictures in them; one of the drawers is for my Hawaii album and another is for a Cruise album so stuff I've collected in is there; and then 2 Heidi Swapp drawers.

On one end is my Making Memories Embellishment Center - absolutely LOVE this thing! The other end is magazines and some mini albums and photo albums. On top of the book case are 2 containers that have my QK alphabets in them.

Behind the island against my wall unit are some more Target Cubes for more stuff I hoard and my cardstock collection. I have to say I love the Target cubes - if I only had more room for a few more.

The other picture is of my Container Store embellishment holders and my primas and my CTMH and SU ribbon. Just fun stuff!

When I get a chance to clean up the rest of the room - I'll take and post some more pictures. Anyhow - thanks for looking!

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