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Posted 10/28/2013 by Justlulu in General Scrappin'

Garden Girl

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November 2005
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Posted: 10/28/2013 3:16:18 PM
I finally made my way to an Ikea yesterday.. It's a 4hr drive plus 4hrs in ferry rides so needless to say we don't go often! lol.

So now I have this much loved cart and I can't decide what to put in it!

So what's in yours?

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Sherry C

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December 2006
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Posted: 10/28/2013 3:41:08 PM
Girl, you really wanted that cart, that's quite a trip!!

Mine is full of art supplies. I love it so much, I made a layout about it! lol


PeaNut 463,295
April 2010
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Posted: 10/28/2013 3:49:17 PM
My little cart is home to about 75% of my stash! Top has all letter sticker, sticker, embezzlement packs, most used stamps and stamp pads, a cup with pens and scissors, and PL boxes from SC.

Middle has my flair stash, washi, adhesives, mists.

Bottom is filled with thickers, and then a BH PL page protectors box which houses my current project I'm working on. And the ATG is on top of that box.

I am so in love with it. Oh, the top 2 shelves have Antonius inserts in them to keep it all organized.



PeaNut 426,629
June 2009
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Posted: 10/28/2013 3:49:59 PM
Mine has my pictures in the bottom along with a couple small containers that have my distress inks and some tags.

Middle is a bunch of containers - washi tape, die cuts, sequins, clips, resin pieces, etc.

Top is most used and currently love stamps, acrylic blocks, basic inks, basket with flair badges, buttons, frames, journalings spots, gems, etc.

It holds so much stuff! I just love it. I got the grey one and it fits perfectly between my desk and 2x2 expedit.

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July 2006
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Posted: 10/28/2013 4:10:43 PM
Up until yesterday, mine held all of my punches, die cutting stuff, a box of journaling boxes/sheets and random other stuff. I have rearranged this cart a couple of times for scrapbooking and it really didn't seem to work in my tiny space.

Yesterday, I rearranged my pantry and moved my cart. It now holds snacks on the top shelf, condiments such as catsup, sauces, etc. and bottom shelf has the dog/cat food, treats and some spill over from the 2nd shelf.

I will wait awhile to see if I like this setup.

Worker Bee

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September 2003
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Posted: 10/28/2013 4:20:37 PM
I keep thinking, "no, I don't need that" and then I see threads like this or pins of these carts on Pinterest. . . the good thing for me is that the closest Ikea is 9 miles away and I can run down there during my lunch break!

Brooklyns Mama

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Posted: 10/28/2013 4:39:58 PM
How much are these in the store?

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Sherry C

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December 2006
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Posted: 10/28/2013 4:41:46 PM

How much are these in the store?



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Posted: 10/28/2013 5:13:09 PM
I have one that holds all of my project life stuff. The top shelf has my wood veneers, 6x6 pads and planner. The second shelf holds my Picturemate charm and the refills for it. The bottom shelf has all of my PL cards.
However, this one was always overflowing, so my Husband surprised me with a second one for my Birthday. He also surprised me with the SC December Daily, because he didn't know that I had already ordered the Gossamer blue one. So for the time being, my second cart is home to the DD kits, along with other items I have pulled to use to coordinate.
To be honest, Santa may be bringing another two to live with us. I have a four yr old and a 1 yr old, and they are both fascinated with them. Even when they're empty. They are a great size to tuck away and so handy. It's win-win.

Brooklyns Mama

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Posted: 10/28/2013 5:14:38 PM
STEAL! I may be getting one then! Amazon has them for $75+ and almost $20 shipping. JOKE.

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February 2005
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Posted: 10/28/2013 5:47:13 PM
Love that cart but absolutely don't need, nor do I have the floor space for it since I have other carts/shelves in my room...but I always swoon when I see it.


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June 2006
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Posted: 10/28/2013 5:56:36 PM
You are bad, you enablers! The last time I went to Ikea they were out. Now they are showing in stock again.

Sherry, I love your layout. I think it is special enough to have its own layout too.

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Sherry C

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Posted: 10/28/2013 6:01:22 PM
Thanks, Terri! The shipping isn't bad at all, buy it tonight!!


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Posted: 10/28/2013 6:16:34 PM
Sherry, I would but I also have been waiting on the Ectorp ottoman that was out of stock when I was there and got my chair and tables. Guess I'll have to make another trip. And just think, I'll have to hit A's while I'm there.

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October 1999
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Posted: 10/28/2013 6:45:37 PM
I really love mine! I believe seeing Sherry's awhile ago definitely pushed me over the edge of deciding to get one.

Mine is messy at the moment. On the top I have 2 baskets.
  • one has brad packs, enamel dots and button packages
  • one has PL style journaling cards/ misc cut aparts/newish sticker sheets/asst tags

The middle rack has mists, gesso, gel medium, modge podge, some wooden stamps, my clear stamp mounts, my brayer.

Bottom rack has my Tim Holtz Distress Ink holder, my twine packs, baby wipes/ overflow photo storage.

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August 2011
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Posted: 10/28/2013 6:51:54 PM
I keep going back and forth..thinking of ordering it online..also I'm not sure if I absolutely need it!!Does the top hold kits and 12X12 papers?

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August 2005
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Posted: 10/28/2013 7:08:21 PM
Love my cart! I take it to my semi-annual crops and I load it with my rulers, tape gun, glues, pens, silhouette blades. I also usually put my photos and stamping supplies in it.

My friend and I are trying to design a supply caddy that we can attach to the ends. Kind of like the locker organizer kids make in home ec. I have a prototype sewn up, but it needs some work. We are planning to add some pockets for photos, a pocket for your phone, and another for ruler storage. I just need time to tweak it.

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Posted: 10/28/2013 7:21:54 PM
I store the majority of my PL supplies in my cart.


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April 2004
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Posted: 10/28/2013 7:43:20 PM
I from the minute I saw it in a few magazines and pinterest.

My top shelf has all my tools that used to live in my tool tote on my desk. Much easier to grab the tools from there, and more space on my desk

The middle shelf has most of my PL cards, even though I don't do PL. I have managed to collect a bit that I use on my reg. LO's. And also some asst. embellishments. Plus a 12x12 CH envelope of cut apart papers and journaling papers. It stands up and goes along side the top shelf.

The bottom shelf has all my 6x6 pads, more embellies, like my wood veneers, sequins, enamel dots.
I like that the trays are tall enough to hold most things quite securely.

I take it to crops as it will stand up in the backseat of my Ford Focus and I don't have to take anything out of the top but my ruler

I want to get another for my pantry.

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Posted: 10/28/2013 7:56:57 PM
Everything scrabooky! I love my cart!

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Posted: 10/28/2013 8:45:53 PM
I have two. One is going to be used for tools: markers & watercolor pencils in the top shelf and my ATG, crop-o-dile, corner rounder, etc. in the other two shelves. The other one is going to be used for stamping supplies: ink pads, embossing powder, etc. I may order another one to use for sewing supplies.


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Posted: 10/29/2013 3:50:46 AM
I love this thread! I just bought my cart yesterday for my brand new scrap room. I can't wait to fill it up and I love all the ideas here.
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Posted: 10/29/2013 4:06:25 AM
I loved it so much I bought three!
One holds supplies I'm using right now along with all the leftover bits and pieces and of course new supplies. This means my desk is usually clear and I can sort all the stuff out when I'm ready.

I have one in the bathroom. It holds all my daily makeup and skin care stuff, hair brushes, deodorant in the top shelf. middle and bottom shelf hold hairdryers, cotton buds and other bathroom essentials.

My last one is used at work- I'm a librarian so I attached those colourful clip on cups that normally go an a rack to the edge of the trolley and they are filled with coloured pencils. The top and middle shelves contain little containers filled with rubbers, rulers, sharpeners etc. The bottom drawer contains paper and worksheets needed for the day's lessons.
I bought them all in grey and even better bought them on special for only $59! Usually here in Ikea, Australia they are $89.

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November 2005
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Posted: 10/29/2013 9:24:32 AM
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March 2008
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Posted: 10/29/2013 10:07:33 AM
Right now mine has all things December Daily.

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Posted: 10/29/2013 10:18:10 AM
Mine has my Quickutz tools and dies. It all fits perfectly.


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Posted: 10/29/2013 10:31:50 AM
Project life cards
Letter stickers
Border strips
A big stack of 4" doilies
Water color pencils
Craft knife
Tiny attacher
Corner rounder
Corner chomper
Extra ATG tape
A trimmer
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Small craft may
A jar of sequins
A box of little printed die cuts
Silhouette mat
Silhouette spatula
Journaling pens

I have a small basket hanging from the side if it with the scissors, pens, spatula etc in it

ETA: the second Raskog cart is in DGDs room filled with art supplies. She loves her cart.

DD and DS want one too.

So I'll probably end up with at least 4 in my house, but maybe 5 because I'd like a second one for other stuff

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April 2009
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Posted: 10/29/2013 10:45:33 AM
Nothing, mine's still at Ikea. DH and I made the 66 mile drive to Ikea last Tuesday. I showed him the cart, and we found a cabinet for our living room. Wanted to head down to the next level in the store for a bedspread for the spare bedroom but decided to have some lunch first. After we finished eating I got a phone call from my son's employer. He had gotten injured and broke his arm and was taken by rescue squad to the hospital. It was a long 90 minute drive to the hospital. Even though he had a broken arm, he was very lucky. It was a clean break with no crushing, no damage to his hand, and the injury was to his non-dominant arm. He's doing fine and I'm grateful for that. There's never any question that people come before things. He may be 6'2" tall but he's still my baby. But, I was so close...

We're going to try again in a couple of weeks. I won't be eating until after I've made my purchases, though!

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October 2006
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Posted: 10/29/2013 10:51:42 AM
I bought the aqua one awhile back and have not put anything in it yet. Thanks for posting this and thanks for the ideas ladies.

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April 2004
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Posted: 10/29/2013 11:03:41 AM

Top has all letter sticker, sticker, embezzlement packs,

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December 2004
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Posted: 10/29/2013 12:20:15 PM
Mine is still at Ikea, but I WILL be getting one soon, if not two. I have a weekend crop coming up later in November and I think this would be great to take with me.


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April 2005
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Posted: 10/29/2013 6:42:39 PM
I have, er, had the aqua one. 'Got it home and DD17 loved it so much that she batted her pretty little eyes and now it houses her makeup, hair stuff, lotions, potions, etc.

IKEA is two hours away but is on the way to older DD's home so I'll be picking up ANOTHER one in a couple of weeks. This one will be mine, all mine!

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