My hubby is so handy and is a perfectionist so the rehanging/reinforcing/re-spackling, re-painting took a while. Then replacing all the items took longer than I thought it would. Just deciding how to re-organize took some thought. It was such a good opportunity to rethink the space. Here are the bits and pieces of the room that took "the fall."
|Two hanging cabinets hold embellishments and larger tools.|
A cabinet below has all my stamps and watercolor basket.
This whole counter area faces a closet with dies, ribbons, more stamps, and a sink area.
|The cabinet is up again and re-inforced.|
|The printer's tray had to be rehung and everything put into the slots again.|
|I had to re-organize the whole counter top since everything had to be removed |
while Don was doing his carpentry magic.
Die cutting, embossing, distress inks, ATG, trimmers and score tools.
|All my strangle little collected storage units (less than 11" wide) had to be re-hung.|
Here are some ink pads, Twinkling H2O's, and acrylic blocks.
|Most punches in a drawer but some here.|
|Staz-On and all black ink pads at the ready.|
Love this card stock pad I bought at StampFest last year.
|Promarkers, Copics, and Sakura gelly pens ready for coloring.|
|Magnetic tool hanger under the DT calendar.|
|Ready to start those JFF and play with new stamps! And get going on those MFPSS Blog Hop cards!|
Now I need paper storage ideas.
I have a space that is 24 x 30 x 34 jammed with dp and card stock.
IKEA, here I come!