Sep 20, 2007

While I was in Beaumont Alan and Ansley switched my scraproom and Ansley’s bedroom. I got a bigger scraproom and Ansley got the room with the polka dots painted on the walls (Terri’s old room). Ansley loves anything with polka dots. This was a huge task and I am so thankful I did not have to do it!!! I still cannot believe they got it completed before I came home. I think the 170 pounds of scrapping products all over the living room was a great motivator. I received a huge box of supplies from Fiskars while I was gone. So this on top of my MMM prizes I was in serious trouble. As soon as I got home Saturday started working on getting organized so I could fit all this product in my scraproom. Here are a few photos showing my storage solutions.

Vintage Buttons
Vintage buttons stored in a glass jar I bought for .59 cents at a resale shop.

Basic Supplies
My basic supplies stored in old glass vases/planters. I found these at a resale shop for $1 each. They are the perfect size for my work area.

Rhinestones and Gems
This little dish used to hold my Mom’s bubble bath when she was a little girl but now it holds my rhinestones and gems.

Storage 12 x 12 Storage and Buckets
The plastic storage containers are from Target. The metal buckets I found at JoAnns on clearance.

Paint Punches
These clear over the door shoe holders are perfect for my paints, embossing powders and punches.

Also… I have started blogging on the Memory Makers Masters Blog. You need to check it out. Each MMM will post off and on during the week. Lots of fun stuff to see, learn and read… layouts, techniques and ideas. I hope you visit and post to say hi.

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