Saturday, April 20, 2019

Stamp Room Part 1

Hello & Happy Saturday!

I promised you some pictures of my stamp room so here goes.....

This is my Punch hutch. I picked this up at L&L Stamps for $50 after we moved back from Joplin in 2011. It houses all my punches on top and odds & ends things on the bottom.
The first shelf holds my Copic Markers, Stampin Up Framelits, Stamparatus and my Stamp & Scrubs.
The second shelf holds my boxes of envelops, a basket of already tied bows and paper trimmers.
Third shelf is a basket of diecuts, basket of cards, paper towels, container that houses all my cello bags and my Stampin Up order forms and catalogs.
Bottom shelf houses containers of rubber stamps that are all in categories.
This hutch is very handy as everything is within arms reach.

Years ago I started out using a wooden cassette tape holder for my ink pads.
I now own 4 holder (2 large & 2 small). These house every single ink pad that Stampin Up has ever had since 2001. I even have some in the smaller flip style pads.
My storage bins on the table house my clear acrylic blocks, adhesives, Dimensionals, Stampin Spots, rhinestones & enamel dots. On top of them is my basket that holds all my Stampin Write Markers from 2001.

These are Thirty One Totes that I purchased a few years ago. These 2 store 8 1/2 X 11 sized folders that I keep cardstock in along with scraps. Each folder is labeled. The left one is current colors. The right stores all the In Colors since 2007. In between the totes are packs of Whisper White & Very Vanilla cardstocks. The bags hold scraps of Whisper White & Very Vanilla scraps that I use on a daily basis. 

These 2 totes hold all Stampin Up retired cardstocks since 2001.
I have been making a huge effort/dent in using them up in the last several months.

Those 4 totes sit on this table that holds my SU Paper Trimmer, Big Shot, Simply Score Board and a wire tower that I keep current stamp sets on.
The set of drawers under the table holds ribbon, twines and one drawer has junk in it.
We all have junk things, right?

This is my Raskog cart that Shawn got me a few years ago for Christmas.
I love this thing especially because it has wheels under it!
It houses MANY embossing folders (current & retired), Large Framelit Envelopes and my SU Foam Pads, Silicon Mats, Sizzix Adhesive Sheets and more Enamel Dots & Rhinestones.
Oh and can't forget the bottles of Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue!
Definitely my adhesive of choice!!!

I wanted to share my Certificate of Advancement from 2017!

This system isn't really much but it works for me!
I ordered some of the new Storage by Stampin Up for my Blends Markers. Right now they are all thrown in a basket and it's not fun searching for markers that go together. Can't wait to add them to my stamp table. They are due in next week so I will post a picture then!

I will be back tomorrow to share the rest!
And yes, their is still alot more to share! 
My stamp room and family room are both in the basement with a full bathroom.
 It's roomy and it's definitely my happy place!

My thoughts today...

I hope not anytime soon!

Thanks for stopping by & enjoy the day!


Cherie said...

Wow! What an awesome craft room! I like how you have stored your ink pads. Wondering how you store the markers that go with the pads? Thanks for sharing!

Carol L said...

You certainly are one very organized person and it would be simple to find whatever you're looking for with the great way you store things! I have far less stuff, so my craft room is haphazardly used, but in spite of that, I usually know where things are :) Congrats on your advancement too btw!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

You are one organized chickie! That hutch was a fantastic buy. As Carol said you are so well organized. Now that I put mine back together, I can sort of find things, but not quite as well as you can. I must say though, my new rule is to clean up after each card. It really helps! Happy Easter, Happy Spring and Happy Crafting!

LeAnne said...

Wowza, your storage set-up is AMAZING! I love it all! No wonder you create such beautiful things, everything is at your fingertips! TFS!

D'Ann said...

Wow, one can only wish for a room like this! I love how organized everything is. I can hardly wait to see part 2 which I'm hoping is your stamp collection. :)

Vicki Burdick said...

This just makes me so happy to see!! I love your happy place and I miss it! I need your help organizing my "happy place" please!