My Scrapbooking Spot

Okay, I have a scrapbooking room, so to speak, it has a door, a table, a cricut, lots of paper–as well as the water heater and no real walls 🙂 
It’s okay, though–because it is my space and it is functional.  I have been doing a little rearranging and decorating in there, so I thought I would take some pictures to share with you. 

Note the “walls.” 🙂  It does not allow the possibility to hang anything, but one day I will have drywall…

I, with the help of a scrappy friend, improvised by hanging ribbon from the ceiling from hooks- and then lacing ribbon onto that ribbon.

This is the shelving cabinet my husband picked up for me to store scrapbooking stuff– The top filled up with magazine holders, and a cute chalkboard box from Hobby Lobby.  I also decorated the trim 🙂

The inside of the cabinet is full of scrapbooks, scrapbook reference books, card making supplies, wet embossing supplies, and pictures/momento to scrapbook. 
I cricutted the heart on the front 🙂
This is my favorite section of the room-it is on the right side of my long desk.  The white blocks are paper organizers- paper facing my desk.  The extra decorated box on the side is actually a free usps first rate box, I turned into a paper organizer, that contains paper packs.  I then used velcro to attach my color coded Prima Flowers and my Stickles.  I read that it is better to store them  upside down, to keep them from clogging.
.This is the top of the paper holders- the cute pink “bug” with a Zebra print ribbon in her “hair”.  The dotted organizer behind the bug is my scrap paper organizer.
This is my Cricutting Station- to the left of my desk.  The pink cricut sits ontop of the drawer organizer my sweet husband picked up for me.  My vinyl and cartridges are down below, along w/ my mats.     My pink light is in the corner, which I also accented w/ zebra pring and pink ribbon. 
This is the last organizing tool my husband bought me–and is now decorated with zebra and pink! It contains picture boxes, all my stamps and stamppads– (I am going to have to change out that red box for a pink one.)  The third shelf has a cd player, distressing kit, and another ribbon organizer.   The fourth shelf has my “themed” and printed papers
I wanted my Big Shot to have her own station–so she didn’t feel less loved than my cricut.  I put her on the black organizer (which has wheels) so I can just roll her over to my work station when I need her.  In the drawers,  are the embossing folders, along with extra adhesives, and border punches. 

The binder to the right has all of the a2 and border embossing folders.  The binder was picked up by my friend, Kathy at Wally world for $3 🙂

The quarters in the front were put in there by my darling, Alexis.

The inside has photo and page protectors to hold the cuttlebug embossing folders, borders and the sizzix embossing plates.  My husband came up with the idea to velcro the tops shut, so they’d quit sliding out 🙂  (thus, starting my velcro obsession)

Decorated holders for my most-used tools.  Glue, spatula, rhinestones, etc. 

A shoe holder- holding my punches, on my door.  I’ve counted, I have room for 16 more punches :).  But, I have to wait til they go on sale- lol

This beautiful thing is where I sometimes sit– because I usually stand when I craft.  The chair was given to me by Kathy–and I painted it w/ spray paint and acrylic paint.  The top has an array of ribbon and a rhinestone 🙂
The zebra rug, I came across at Target for $20.  I couldn’t pass it up!
Okay I think– that about sums it up!  I know it is not PERFECT, but it works for me…and one day, I might even have walls 🙂


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