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I invited a friend over to craft for her birthday. Only my room was a mess and could not hold her and her daughter. Goal set, I had to make room for us to craft. Once it was this clean, I had to take photos.
As you first enter my room and turn to the left you will see this stack of stamps. I have themed bins of assorted brands of stamps (pink) with a few bins of papers (green).
I also have comic book boxes of stamps. I have organized my stamps that I removed from the wood blocks in pocket packs. I recently purchased a lot of stuff from a huge craft room and I got to take the paper home in the plastic file boxes in the photo. I organized specialty 8.5"x 11" papers in them.
Here's the view into my primary area. One of my favorite newer purchases is the table top for my cart. It was $10 on sale at Micheal's. I store odd size ink pads inside and use the top for my laptop.
Unfortunately, I broke the wheel off this cart during my clean up. This is the second one I broke both of which were purchased at Sam's club. I haven't had any problems with my Michael's cart. My husband says I try to fit 10 lbs of stuff in a 5 lb container. I did organize all my pre cut cards on the top shelf and card/envy sets and special fold card bases on the bottom.
View from my primary seat. My pens are within reaching distance as is a stack of black, white and gray ink pads. I also have a desk caddy with adhesives, cleaners and random clear blocks. My paper cutters are on the right hand side.
Thanks for bearing with me through all the photos of my craft room. It rarely gets this clean. I am trying to keep boxes and papers off the floor. I must admit it feels really good to walk up the stairs and between rooms without boxes in the way. However, I will say I have already needed a stamp in that stack. I just did without it but I must move the stack of stamps to be removed from wood back to my room.
I recently accomplished a deep clean of my craft room. I have a couple of the cubes below from Michael's. I turn them both directions for various items, however, I desired to get the items easily from the back of the cubbies so I thought I would make some drawers.
Here are the drawers I made for the small cubbies. To make your own, you will need 2 - 12x12 sheets of thick card stock, strong adhesive and a knob or pull for each drawer.