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Posted 3/27/2012 by thekatsmeow in General Scrappin'
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bestcee
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Posted: 3/28/2012 1:18:58 PM

bestcee, your link doesn't work I tried to look at your projects but it says its blank.


I tried again. When I opened it, it said unpublished (don't know why), but now it doesn't say unpublished, so hopefully it will open.


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Posted: 3/28/2012 1:21:12 PM

P.S. Best, can I have your cat? Cute room!


Some days, absolutely! She's cute, but when I wake up with her on top of my head, like today...


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Posted: 3/28/2012 3:13:53 PM
Hi Kat,
I did a video of my room. It is choppy as that was when YouTube would only let you do 9 minutes of video.
My Creative Space

Hope you enjoy
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Posted: 3/28/2012 3:21:58 PM
Thanks tham29, Jennifer, and Seanna!


Katrina (Katebroccoli) what kind of shelf do you have your WRMK albums on? Are those from IKEA and if so which ones??


Hi Anita - Yes, shelves are from IKEA. They're the Besta shelf system (unit? I don't know... they have strange names for things there. ) On the left I have a double-width one, and on the right is a single width. The single width is just under 24" across, about 15" deep, and 75" tall. On top I have the extension that takes it up another 15" (where the flowers and button jars are).

Here's a link to the shelf: link to IKEA site

eta: Anita, I just noticed your "Prima Breeding Program" ... too funny!

eta 2: Mary Jo - I love your scrapping tree house!! And Syd, I think I've said so before... your room makes me happy just looking at it. It's too fun. Very nice spaces, everyone!



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Posted: 3/28/2012 5:37:20 PM
Here is my room.

My Craft room

No Painted walls yet though. Still have to figure out a color that will not make the room dark.


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Posted: 3/28/2012 6:40:17 PM
Wow ladies! Lots of beautiful rooms! Thanks for sharing and for some great organizational ideas!

now, that video - ummmm I couldn't even watch all of it. It reminded me of hoarders.

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Posted: 3/28/2012 6:48:01 PM

I found this video tonight, I've never seen so much stuff in one scrap room in my LIFE


I'm about 2 minutes in and O.M.G. Maybe I should keep this video handy for the next time DH complains about my shopping excursions.


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Posted: 3/28/2012 7:10:25 PM
Jenny Your room is one of the most organized rooms I've ever seen! I'll be pinning your room pictures all night LOL Thanks for sharing!



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Posted: 3/28/2012 7:20:52 PM
I knew I had pictures of my space after I moved the stuff around again!! Here they are NEW SPACE


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Posted: 3/28/2012 10:42:09 PM
Here is mine, it's in our formal dining room.


http://scrappinsportsandmore.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-scrap-room.html


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Posted: 3/28/2012 11:18:22 PM
Mine is in our formal dining room. You can click the link to my blog in my siggy line to see it. I can't see the link to share it here because I'm in my phone.

There is an official 2peas scraproom thread. I'll try to look fit it tomorrow when I can get to a computer and post the link here.
There must be hundreds of peas sharing their rooms on it. It's been going for years I think


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Posted: 3/28/2012 11:46:57 PM
Well Kat, you know what my room looks like. Soon it will be in boxes and if the people interested in my house buy it and want the desks I don't know what I'm going to do! I'm selling my house and interested parties asked if I would be leaving the desks in the basement, that's the only thing they asked for. Mind you I have a whole built in library/office with computer nook and file cabinets. It never crossed my mind someone would ask for my scrappy furniture. Can you tell how panicked I am about this.

Will need to bookmark this thread for future reference.

I haven't checked out the video yet from Jackie but I know she moved into a smaller room. I can't even imagine how she got everything in there. She is the sweetest thing though but she cannot pass up a sale.



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Posted: 3/29/2012 8:42:25 AM
Here's my hideout; thanks for asking!



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Posted: 3/29/2012 8:59:49 AM
If anyone else has a mental block - like me! about posting photos, here's your chance at redemption. I have it bookmarked and it's foolproof. how to add photos to a post



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Posted: 3/29/2012 9:29:48 AM
Practicing adding an image -


Thanks for sharing how to do that Gulfcoastgirl!


eta 2: Mary Jo - I love your scrapping tree house!! And Syd, I think I've said so before... your room makes me happy just looking at it. It's too fun. Very nice spaces, everyone!


Thanks, Katrina! I LOVE your nice organized shelves. And your WRMK albums organized by color. SWOON


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Posted: 3/29/2012 10:26:06 AM
Great spaces, ladies! Thanx for sharing and thanx for the thread, Kat.

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Posted: 3/29/2012 12:51:07 PM
For those of you with really pretty and matching rooms...how did you do this? I mean, did you start out with mish mash stuff and slowly work up to having everything matching and pretty or did you plan ahead and design your room? Everything I have I have bought over time mostly from thrift stores or Michael's or Ikea and I can't even pretend to figure out how to make it prettier or matchy matchy how I want it. lol Like I said earlier, my rooms are functional but not pretty.



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Posted: 3/29/2012 1:33:44 PM
I like those rooms that are all matchey too.. but mine didn't turn out that way! I started with everything custom built in, but I took all that stuff out because it was not functional for me to work in. So over time I moved different stuff in, mostly free stuff I got from work, things they were throwing away that was fabulous storage!!! The only think in here that I bought was the Ikea drawers and the iris carts - but even the iris carts I got on clearance and with my double discount so they were dirt cheap!!

I need to find a place in the house to put on of those IKEA book shelves so I can put all of my albums lined up on it. I love the way that looks - right now they are all over the place, but they are not stable and I don't like that.


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Posted: 3/29/2012 1:35:25 PM
One of the things I did in my room to make things match was to pick out a color of acrylic paint that I liked (my color scheme is peach and green and the paint is Ceramcoat's Green Tea) and paint several things in my room with it. I got the wooden light switch and outlet covers from Lowe's and painted those, the little wooden boxes from Hobby Lobby and MDF drawers by Kaisercraft that house my embellishments, and some canvas containers from Target that I keep in my JetMax cubes. My room is far from what I would consider "done", and I just pick things up when I find them in the right color, and I'm working on making some wall decor and other pieces (utilizing that same paint) to help pull it together. I'm hoping to do a room tour in the near future when I'm done revamping my storage and doing a bit more decorating



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Posted: 3/29/2012 1:45:53 PM
So, Jenny G - when will you start your national tour to organize all of our scrap spaces for us? Your room is AMAZING. Very nice!

But seriously... I'll expect you at my house around 9am tomorrow?

There are some really impressive rooms and ideas in this thread. Wow.


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Posted: 3/29/2012 2:33:44 PM
Great spaces!!


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Posted: 3/29/2012 2:40:05 PM

For those of you with really pretty and matching rooms...how did you do this? I mean, did you start out with mish mash stuff and slowly work up to having everything matching and pretty or did you plan ahead and design your room? Everything I have I have bought over time mostly from thrift stores or Michael's or Ikea and I can't even pretend to figure out how to make it prettier or matchy matchy how I want it. lol Like I said earlier, my rooms are functional but not pretty.


I slowly worked up to it. I started out totally utilitarian and as I figured out what I wanted, I just started collecting little boxes and drawer sets. And I used plenty of spray paint! Practically all of the cute little white things in my scraproom have been a different color before.



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Posted: 3/29/2012 2:48:43 PM
I always love looking at how everyone else is organizing. So many great ideas!

I just redid mine earlier this year - here's a photo tour of my scrap room. It's a small attic space, but it works great for me. It's more functional than pretty, but I kind of like it that way



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Posted: 3/29/2012 2:52:20 PM

For those of you with really pretty and matching rooms...how did you do this? I mean, did you start out with mish mash stuff and slowly work up to having everything matching and pretty or did you plan ahead and design your room? Everything I have I have bought over time mostly from thrift stores or Michael's or Ikea and I can't even pretend to figure out how to make it prettier or matchy matchy how I want it. lol Like I said earlier, my rooms are functional but not pretty.

Well, I don't know if mine would count as one of the pretty & matchy spaces (considering that it's just a wall and not a room ), but what I did was stick to mostly black and white items (easy to find, easy to match) and then have just a few "pops" of color. The colors stand out against all the black and white, but I didn't have to worry much about matching them to each other, or trying to find functional storage items in hard-to-locate colors.

So, all my major storage pieces are just white or black, and most of the color comes from my supplies themselves (clear jars for buttons and flowers sorted by color and organized into a rainbow across the top of my shelving) or my albums (also organized by color). I have a few decorative items that "match" with the bright rainbow colors (an art print, and my little kimmidolls) or are also neutral in color (the black and white Audrey Hepburn poster, the silver butterflies).

Aside from it looking more "matching" and pulled together, doing it this way makes it really easy for me to change my color scheme later, should I get tired of it. If I get tired of the whole rainbow look, I could easily put certain colored supplies into closed storage and swap out a couple of decorative things for a new look.



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Posted: 3/29/2012 3:18:10 PM

For those of you with really pretty and matching rooms...how did you do this? I mean, did you start out with mish mash stuff and slowly work up to having everything matching and pretty or did you plan ahead and design your room?


It took me YEARS to get my room the way it is now. One of my previous scraprooms was painted a dark purple color & I had a mis-mash of furniture, plastic storage, shelving, etc. It wasn't until about 3 years ago that I decided to go with the black & cream/white damask theme, but up until recently, I finally pulled it all together, bought white cabinets for my room, got rid of my brown desks & my Iris carts & made it the way I've been wanting it for a very long time. I added red accents for a pop of color & came up with that idea after hanging my Mom's memorial board in my room since there was a touch of red in that. I've been considering painting one wall red, but haven't gotten up the courage to do it just yet


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Posted: 3/29/2012 7:01:00 PM
mine is recently loaded up in the gallery.


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Posted: 3/29/2012 7:41:03 PM
Here's mine. And no, it is not that clean right now.

Scrap room

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Posted: 3/29/2012 8:16:37 PM
here is my room. the only link I have is to the post I made here on the board.

Scrapbook space

This is was the "formal dining room" in our house. it is smaller than our kitchen and would not even fit our family. So I knew when we bought this house it would be my scrap room. I recently moved things around and put a loveseat and TV in there so that my hubby and i would have someplace to watch TV besides our bedroom all of the time ( can not watch tv in our livingroom/family room, think Huge celings with an open floor plan and kids laying in the hallway upstairs to watch tv too instead of going to bed!) Anyway.. here are the pics, I still have some pictures to hang and some curtains to add.

Good luck re organizing and decorating!


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Posted: 3/29/2012 8:20:10 PM
Sorry no pics but I scrap in my diningroom. We only use the diningroom table for Easter and Christmas dinner (and on the rare occasion that we have company for dinner) so that is not an issue. I have 4 black Iris carts with faux wood tops from Target along the wall underneath 2 windows. I have a few organizing pieces on top of the cabinets. I also had a bookshelf made for my albums but it also holds my Cricut, my laptop and 2 black 12 x 12 cubes that hold paper. I like being out in the open and we have a lot of windows so the area has a lot of natural light. It works for me!


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Posted: 3/29/2012 9:36:08 PM
Wow some of you ladies have the most beautiful scrap rooms (and homes). Thanks so much for sharing, I never tire of seeing new spaces!



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Posted: 3/29/2012 11:14:08 PM

Thekatsmeow... That room made me a little claustrophobic and think of that show Hoarders

Y'all - I could hear her breathing heavy and actually felt like I couldn't breathe during the video - it was so much stuff. I feel so much better about my own stash now! LOL I honestly cannot help but think when I see all that stuff, about all the people who have nothing and children who don't even have clothes to wear and here people are, spending that much money on stuff they couldn't use in a lifetime. I get convicted about my own purchasing sometimes so I'm not saying it's just other people. There is an amount you can have where you will honestly use it and do something good with it and then there's just being wasteful. I'm sure I'll get slammed for saying that because it's a free country but I just feel like there is so much excess in this hobby. I think it attracts people with addictive personalities - me included! I will literally "jones" sometimes to go to Michaels or Hobby Lobby and then spend like $2 on stuff and walk out with a weird smile because I got a shopping high!

Sorry to hijack your thread! I'll try to take pics of my space and then y'all can all criticize me.

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Posted: 3/30/2012 1:50:50 AM
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Posted: 3/30/2012 4:57:12 AM
I love to see all of your scrap spaces! Thank you for sharing! I will take some pics of my own, as soon as I have... ahem... cleaned it up a little.

Oh, those videos from the hoarding lady on YouTube are infamous. I watched a couple last year (couldn't stand too much of them) but I hadn't seen this recent one. I'm just baffled when she says "I have three working areas", I'm just: "Where???" lol! Every space is filled with stuff, you couldn't even make a small card in there.
Does anyone know if she's actually made one layout or a card ever?? I'm not judging, I'm just so totally flabbergasted. I really love a good stash myself and it's inspiring to have a lot to choose from, but with all these things I'd be depressed and wouldn't get any scrapping done. It's just too much for my own taste.




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Posted: 3/30/2012 7:36:42 AM
Such beautiful rooms! I have my scrappy table and supplies set up in a corner of our living room. I am jealous of having more space but I do like being in the middle of the house where I can still interact with my family. I saw a really nice space once that a lady had created behind the sofa in her living room and am hoping to make mine prettier like her's one day


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Posted: 3/30/2012 1:14:13 PM
The video Kat posted is INSANE. That space dose not look inviting and relaxing to me at all!

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Posted: 3/30/2012 5:31:12 PM
Has anyone ever seen pictures of those who have their own scrap houses? They are like really nice sheds that are built on their property but they are just for scrapbooking. Does anyone here have one of those? I'd LOVE to have something like that someday! My own little scrap shack! hehe



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Posted: 3/30/2012 6:39:59 PM
That video was insane. I wanted so badly to go in there and just PUT STUFF AWAY! As for scrapping space - she had plenty of room on the floor, I do know of some scrappers who do that!


For those of you with really pretty and matching rooms...how did you do this? I mean, did you start out with mish mash stuff and slowly work up to having everything matching and pretty or did you plan ahead and design your room? Everything I have I have bought over time mostly from thrift stores or Michael's or Ikea and I can't even pretend to figure out how to make it prettier or matchy matchy how I want it. lol Like I said earlier, my rooms are functional but not pretty.


I was one of the few who planned ahead and designed. I had an old computer hutch stacked with Sterilite drawers in the corner of a bedroom in my old house! When we bought our new place, I had the cabinet guys in there taking measurements before the old owners even moved out. I spent months inventorying what I had, systems I liked and wanted to keep, ones that needed overhaul. I decided what needed to be in arms reach and what could be stored elsewhere. When I finally took my cabinet drawings to Home Depot to order them, each and every cabinet and drawer was labeled with what was to go inside. For the decor, I had a color scheme in mind but also wanted to keep cost low. I re-used as much as I could - many of my old plastic pieces are behind closed doors - and my "nicer" storage pieces were already in my style and worked fine in my room. For new items, my go-to sources were Hobby Lobby (over many months, with a 40% off coupon a few times a week!), Ikea (chair and slipcover were insanely cheap) and Home Decorators Collection (great source for inexpensive rugs). The key is to never buy a piece without knowing it's use first. Otherwise - it's just clutter.

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Posted: 3/30/2012 6:43:19 PM
I don't have a room anymore..we live in an apartment right now. Here's my little area in our dining space: My scrap space

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Posted: 3/31/2012 7:58:33 AM
There are several FABULOUS scrapbook rooms found at

CraftStorageIdeas.com !!


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You can see my scraproom -->>HERE<<--


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Posted: 1/9/2013 6:23:27 PM
Here is my scrapbook room.

My scrapbook room

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I posted my office as it was in March of last year. I'm in the process of getting more shelves and a window seat too...

I went through and love the colors of all the other rooms. My room is drab by comparison (but I love my pewter walls!)


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