My home may not always look that way, but it is one of my passions. I lay awake at night thinking of the different crafts I could be making. Or how best to organize a closet or cupboard. I know its a sickness really.
So anyway, I love my craft room, and I love to stamp. So I want to make this area into my stamping area. You know like in kindergarten there is a designated area for each activity. Well my craft room isn't that big, but I want to try and do this. This is a large pegboard that I painted the same colour as my room.
Now that is all cleaned up I have a clean work space to work with.
I know I need a light above this work area, and some type of back splash or trim so nothing can fall behind the bottom cupboards.
I want to store my stamp pads, sponges and cleaner/pad. Some stamps, alcohol inks (which are in the tiny baskets), embossing powder (I was going to put those in the baskets too. but emboss the colour on the lid), heat gun and other stuff related to stamping.
I was also thinking of having my cuttle bug and folders on one half of this as well.
If anyone has any suggestions I would truly appreciate it.
On 2 peasinabucket website last year Wookiemouse did an organizational challenge. I started late in the year, way late in the year. I will share with you my process of the paper challenge.
1st I pulled out all of my paper. There is a pool table under all that paper. I took all my stacks apart and organized them by colour. This took about a week, no lie.
Here is how I separated my paper. Each scallop matches the colour that is in the drawer. This one is red, then yellow/orange, then green.
At the very bottom those containers have snap lids and I can take them with me if I want. The 1st one is projects that I am currently working on, 2nd is Christmas paper and embellishment and anything related to Christmas and winter. 3rd is my camp/cottage journal that I am working on. 4th is empty....room to grow.
This is how all these container look like inside my cabnet.
Here is how I store my card stock. First one is plain card stock, then textured card stock, pattern card stock, and then my 8 1/2 x 11 card stock.
Well hope you had a good Thursday.