|I told you it was many steps!|
I won this wall decor by filling out a survey for DCWV. I think it's perfect for my craft room door! And it looks pretty cool from the other end of the hall!My main purchases for this room were the shelves from Home Depot, two work tables from Walmart and THREE Ott lites from Joann.com. (But they were 60% off!) Bedroom overhead lighting just wasn't going to cut it.
There are two work stations. DGD has already claimed one, as was my intention, but she will share--like it or not!
All my stamps, except the background stamps are unmounted and in binders on EZ mount. Love this system. Two or more stamp sets will fit on each side of a double-sided page.
With the help of a small step stool, everything is in reach--and visible, because "out of sight, out of mind!"
Finder's keepers! My daughter left this apothecary CD cabinet behind in our garage. The many drawers are perfect for holding glitter, embossing powders, Stickles, paint brushes, and a million other things. It sits in front of, but out from, the storage area created by removing the closet doors. The built in desk in the corner is perfect for my sewing machine.
Ikea towel racks on plywood hold lots of punches. This was blocking the fireplace in the family room. :o( Works better in here!
This is the wall behind the door. I have my Fiskars border punches in Ikea baskets hung from Ikea towel racks.
My stamp pads are above that in a Napa Valley cassette holder. The few that don't fit in the slots sit nicely on top.
The drawers hold a kajillion small punches, including corner punches.
On top of that are all my embellishments, i.e., buttons, brads, etc., with a container for each color. The small containers fit into the larger box-like container.
Next to this, on a wooden cabinet under the window, sits my beloved Fiskars Fuse. I can't believe I forgot to take a picture of it!
The room will never be this neat again, but there will always be room for anyone who wants to play at my house!