This is the first shelf. It contains all of my 12 x 12 papers, (mostly Stampin Up), my copic markers, my Stampin Up markers, my re inkers, colour swatches and my Stampin Spots.
This is the second shelf and it contains, from left to right, my unopened Designer Paper, the first box on the left and continuing down is mt embossing tools, kaiser craft paints and Making memories paints. The middle stack includes my watercolour pencils and miscellaneous pens, pre scored blank cards and envelopes. The last stack includes, Miscellaneous stamps, clear cling stamps and foam stamps.
The next shelf includes, from left stack, completed cards x 2 boxes and the third is for photographs ready to scrap. The large box stack in the middle is for completed box sets of cards and other projects and Making memories foam alphabet stamps, the stack on right has all spare tools, eg adhesives, cutting blades etc and the box underneath that is for the electrical stuff. i.e my photo printer, ipod cords, printer ink, USB and computer cords.
Here is the whole of the wardrobe put together. The large baskets on the very top shelf contain, tools I no longer use all the time, stickers and other items of scrap booking that I don't use all that often. The very bottom shelf had my large format printer sitting there and the photo papers i use constantly. The printer is really heavy, so it is easier to slide it out and hook up my laptop, rather that having it set up on my desk all the time. I use the printer this way, as I usual save my printing and wait until I have a few pages to print all at one time. So there you have it, this one little cupboard has taken up quite a considerable amount of my weekend. I will post the other side when I am finished. I still have one shelf to organise yet.I decided that it was time to alter my punch rack to accommodate my Stampin Up punches, both old style and also new style.
Off to the hardware store I went to gather my $5.00 worth of wood.
The first thing to do was to empty the rack. Then I gathered all punches together to sort out what went where. I grabbed my saw and began cutting away four of the dowel pieces and after measuring each punch, replaced the dowel with shelving. The newer style punches are on the shelves, and the older style punches are still on the dowel pieces.
Everything has a place, and everything in it's place.
Like things together.
Above that, to the right, is my notice board with my latest cards displayed on it.
Below that is my "working cart" which I will go into more detail soon.