share her beautiful scrapbook room with you today.
Take your time reading through this picture-filled post ... as there's lots to see!
Hello Imaginisce friends, I'm excited to be sharing with you where I play with paper and glue. My scrapbook studio is actually what use to be the formal dining room in our home. After my husband pointed out that the formal dining room was only used on holidays, and my scrapbook supplies are used every day, the decision to have my studio in there was an easy one!
I store my cricut machine and various punches in the baskets below in this cabinet.
Some of my favorite stamps are stored in this three-tiered basket.
Photo printer and scanner are on this cabinet, camera equipment is stored inside
Paints, mists, glitter and other mixed media supplies are all kept in the cabinet above the printer.
Next in the room is my computer desk. I have two monitors side by side which make surfing the web and photo editing so easy!
Beside my desk is a built in storage area with cabinets below, and nine cubes where I store albums that are currently in progress, cardstock, punches, alphabet stickers separated by color and other miscellaneous supplies.
This cabinet of small drawers is one of my favorite pieces in my studio, it stores my chipboard alphas separated by letter. In the left over drawers are chipboard pieces and extra adhesive.
Older patterned papers are stored in these two towers. I got them for free when a scrapbook store moved!
I keep embellishments in these baskets separated by theme.
I hang layouts before putting them into albums. This is a curtain rod mounted to the wall, then drapery rings to attach the layouts. I like being able to see the layouts before they are hidden away in albums.
The island/storage table is in the middle of the room and is 42" tall since I like to stand when I scrapbook. I have tall chairs for when friends come to crop.
My studio has two walls with windows. Natural lighting is perfect for scrapbooking although it's not always the best for taking pictures of the room ;)
My husband built everything in the studio except for the shelf unit that the embellishment baskets are in, and the 2 paper storage towers. I am so grateful he supports my hobby. Right now my patterned papers (the new stuff) is in the island, separated into Cropper Hopper paper holders, he's working on storage for them ;)
I hope you enjoyed this peek into my creative space, I love having my own little place where I play with paper and glue!