Well, not for long!! I finally got my scrap room totally cleaned and organized!! WOOHOO!! I have been a little apprehensive about posting pics of my room online because it is messy but I hosted a crop for my WhoGAS pals today so I HAD to clean it.
I stayed up late last night and got it all cleaned, dusted, organized, mopped, and beautiful. I am so excited to work in it!! Since we were all cropping I actually set up tables across from my room and we all just cropped out in the front room. My room really can only hold 2 people comfortably. Anyways, without further ado, here it is!!
The view from outside of the room. I am working on installing some doors. This is kind of a 180 degree view from outside the room:
The shelves below are Floating Shelves from Ikea. I originally saw these in Nora Griffin's room on her blog and they looked so cool! I hope to create some fun inspiring stuff to put up here some day. I have pics to be scrapped in those white boxes. The magazine files have paper and mats for my Silhouette. The flowers I use to decorate my Girl Scouts' cookie booths each year but in the meantime they can decorate my room–hehe.
My AMM Tote with a Scrapbook Royalty Clock Tote Hook–a MUST HAVE!! Keeps my tools close but my table top clean.
Bulletin area. For really important stuff and it is all important, isn't it?! LOL The wire thing is from Pier One for $10. Pink Paislee actually had these in their booth at CHA Winter 2008 which was soooo cool!! The white metal boards are another Ikea purchase.
- Paint- Lowe's/Olympic
- Bookcase with cabinet on bottom – Home Depot
- Flooring – Lumber Liquidators
- Cubes – Crop in Style/Store In Style
- Wire Note Holder – Pier One
- White Metal Bulletin Boards, Floating Shelves, Chair, Tables, FIRA boxes for Alpha letters, Stamp Storage, Extension Wall brackets for Cafe Rods for ribbon, Sewing Table, Magazine Files, White Boxes – Ikea
- Cafe Rods, Bins for Sizzix Dies – Target
After years of scrapping on the bed, the couch, the kitchen table, and anywhere I could, I finally have a space that is 100% bonafide scrapping and nothing else. It is really great to go in there and just be in the creative zone for hours. I feel really lucky and really appreciate the sacrifices my hubby and family have made to help make this possible for me. Sometimes Xaver sits across from me and works on his own projects. In the front room we are creating a library/office instead of a formal living room and hopefully will have chairs and such in there soon. My vision is that my family can hang out in there and read or draw and I can scrap and we'll all be in the same area together. Right now I am heading off to go break in the completed room! LOL