I have so many things I want to share with you all, but I thought I’d start by showing you my Stampin’ Studio. It is pretty amazing, if I may say so myself. I hope I can shed some organizational tips. I love to be organized. That is very important to me. Just call me Mrs Monk! (NO, Steve is NOT Mr Monk… ugghh:) It enables me to be more creative and enjoy card making, scrapbooking and other craft projects.
My Stampin’ Up! Classic & Craft Ink Pads are all in a Stampin’ Up! Storage Caddy for easy spin access.
TIP: With the help of a Lazy Suzy which makes it turn smoother and faster:)
My rubber stamp sets are organized by categories such as Word Stamps, Floral, Two Step Stamping, Animals, Male, Baby, Children and so on. I tried to alphabetize them, but that was mind boggling:) aka – not a good thing.
This was my desk area, but we are currently being revamped… So stay tuned for a new work area! I’m so excited! I know I’m very blessed to have this, but I really love the new look I’m getting:)
The photo (below) is the left side of my stamping room. They are Closet Maid Cabinets from Lowes. You measure your area, and then design your space…
The photo to the (left) is my workstation. As you can see, my darling husband needs to finish up the window… 🙂
The photo (below) is the right side of my stamping room.
The photo (to the left) is behind my door. We put up these awesome black plastic file holders I purchased from Staples. I store my current Designer Series Paper and the current In Colors both 8 1/2 x 11 & 12 x 12 cardstock. I store my cardstock scraps of the In Color’s in large flat cello bags in the same pocket for easy access:)
The less I have to think where things are, the more time I can spend being creative!
A HUGE thanks goes to my darling, wonderful & supportive husband, Steve who designed & created my office! I love you! He’s especially my Angel when He’s Sleeping! (wink) He does not like stamping, but he is very happy I found a hobby/part-time business that I enjoy so much! xoxoxo
So what do you think about my Stampin’ Heaven?
Thank you for taking the tour with me, I hope you had fun. And remember, admission is FREE, so come back anytime!