As promised here is the first of a series of quick photo tour of my sb room. I've decided to break it down into segments . . . too many photos otherwise. :-) You may click on any photo to enlarge. Here we go.
This is one of the first pieces of furniture I purchased for my sb room. I found at Fred Meyer. FM no longer carries this piece but I've seen something similar at Joann's.
At this station I do most of the cutting (see the guillotine on the floor), painting and embossing.
The drawers store a variety of items; photo paper, tools, adhesives, punches, embossing powders, ink pads and a few wm stamps.
Above the desk I have a shelf with a few jars. The big jars are used to store ribbon 12" or shorter. They are organized by color; two colors to a jar. The smaller spice jars store acrylic alpha. Witchy woman proudly perched on the shelf keeping me company as I scrap. :-)
Below the shelf is a unit that currently stores some of my chunky embellishments. I started to create labels for each drawer and stopped for I am uncertain if I want to keep them in a drawer.
To the right of my sb desk is my bookshelf that displays my wm stamps. I purchased the bookshelf from a LSS that closed. One day before I die I'll paint the thing but for now its functional.
The bottom of the bookcase has larger shelves capable of holding some bigger items.
On the top of the larger shelves I have a decorative clothes pin used to display a recently completed LO. To the right of the clothes pin, amongst other things, is an altered box used to store photos that are ready to scrap.
The lower shelves store several 3-ring binders; two of which hold LO/sketch ideas the other which currently houses my acrylic stamps. Below the binders is a basket w/my alpha stamps and my Cuttlebug.
Tune in next time . . . same bat time . . . same bat channel.