I think everyone enjoys getting to peek into other designers scraprooms, right? It's fun to see how others store and organize the same types of products and tools that so many of us have. And while many of us have totally different ways of setting up our spaces, or have totally different types of spaces that we're working with, you never know when you'll see a new way of storing or organizing products that you can incorporate into your own space.
Scraproom Tour, byJodi Wilton.
Hi everyone! Jodi here today to share with my scrapbook space! We moved close to a year ago, and my room has been a big work in progress (and still is!), but I can't wait to show you what I have done so far! Running a home daycare has always allowed me to scrap during naptime hours, so I wanted a room that would be off of the daycare room. The space I use is a good size, the down part, is I share it with my non nappers, and my own kids as their TV room (or we like to call it the school age room!). As you can see from the photo below, there is a mish-mash of toys and scrappy supplies! Here is the view from the double french doors from the daycare room.
My crafting table right now is our old kitchen table which I have dreams of repainting, but I haven't qutie gotten around to it yet! As you walk into the room on the lefthand side I have an old chest of drawers with cubes stacked on top. In the drawers I have punches, adhesives, tools etc. In the cubes I have paper collections or projects that I am working on. My wall unit hold many inks, mists and paints! In cookie jars I have all my washi tapes/designer tapes that I sort by manufacturer.
I used old mason jars on top of them to sort out my ribbon colors.
I am lucky enough to have a very handyman husband who created my peg board for my room! I love to keep all the things that I love to use a lot! If I don't see it, I don't usually use it!
To the right of the chest of drawers, I have a couple of scrappy carts. The first one I use to store twine, wood veener, dies, stencils, ongoing mini album projects etc. The second card is my project life cart. In that I have a whole pile of supplies that I use just for creating Project life.
Above the carts, I store more favorite products of mine! I picked this up in the garden section of a store, and thought it would be perfect for storing chipboard sheets, and sticker sheets, etc.
Next to the carts is my make shift sewing table, I use to set it up every time I wanted to sew, but then I wasn't using my sewing machine at all. So until I find a table that suits this space, I have my makeshift table. I store all my albums in a toy shelf, with the daycare toys underneath and on top.
Here is the view on the right side of the room. I have an IKEA expedit which I love and store most of my design team papers in thirty-one gifts file folders. I find these are easy to use and can pack them up in a hurry if I am going somewhere to scrap! I also have a variety of stamps that I keep in the wicker baskets. On top I have my clip-it up with many alpha stickers and misc stickers. I have a couple of paper racks on either side of my bookshelf.
Inside some of the cubbies I store embellishments sorted by manufacturer for easy access for assignments too! I also share this cupboard for my daycare resources. Finally I have a kids art table in the corner (photo not shown... due to extreme mess!)
Thanks for letting me share my mish-mash of a room!