Saturday, January 3, 2009

The Studio in Preston

This is my grandmother old Hoosier cabinet...I use it for storage of inks, glues, tape, envelopes, etc...Next to the Hoosier is some of my 8.5 x 11 papers, cardstock, mulberry, glossy cardstock, etc...The white plastic shelving next to that holds some of my personal albums, design projects, other instructional materials, magazines, books, etc...and class use paper and cardstock scraps...
This is the Sizzix and Big Shot die cut machine area...All of my Sizzix dies and Alphabets, as well as Big Shot and Cuttlebug dies and Embossing folders...I have some of my larger punches on the shelf too, until I get another shelf to put the larger punches on...
This is my 12x12 cardstock and paper storage area...one of my wood mounted stamp racks is on this wall...
This wall section has another wood mounted stamp rack, most of it is hidden behind the door at the moment, the door also holds my punch storage, this table has my heat tool, embossing powders, etc, so embossing can be done away from other work areas...The larger shelving unit, holds lots of my unmounted stamps...
This is an overview of the class room or work tables area...More plastic drawer storage holds, stickers, scissors, ribbons, beads, and assorted supplies...I have a tv area with various instructional tapes and dvds, as well as music...The bar height table holds paper cutters and a scoring board...I still have some more organizational elements to get worked out, but for now, at least I can scrap/stamp/paint...

2 comments:

Victoria said...

I love your scrap room. So cozy!!

Qasar said...

I found your blog about 2 weeks ago and boy have you inspired me to get my act together and get organized. We have so much stuff with no place to store it all. You actually inspired me to put our coat closet to better use. I built an entire closet shelf system last weekend and installed it and now have 4 new shelves 30 inches wide to store things that were previously homeless.
Storage Preston