Jennifer is indulging our love of watching her create :)
Enjoy the process of her Sketch Challenge layout.
I got to play with a large range of colors, both the Teinture (dye) and Peinture (paint).
The 3rd lid is a small tip that allows you to paint, draw and add little dots.
|These shelves were made by my DH to house all my paper and card.|
|and Stickles!! They are on a magnetic strip. The jars on the top hold everything from washi to buttons to alcohol inks!|
|the black and white drawer ;)|
I find it easy to pull out these drawers and have a rummage! As I say I like to know where everything is but I do have a chuck it in bowl:
an antique pudding bowl that my Nana gave me years ago and is very precious to me and I also have a beautiful Torte box that Sanna sent me (complete with cake!) that I keep all my newest embellishments in so I don't forget them.
You're on the home straight now! Just the wardrobe to go!!
On the top shelf are boxes of ribbons - yup you see a lot of ribbon on my layouts...NOT!! LOL Next shelf down are Ikea wardrobe tidies - I will show you a bit more of them in a sec. I keep tons in them :) Then we have stamps in the kraft folders (birthday ones in the red folder) and new PL albums. Then current albums - completed ones go in the loft! Then on the bottom shelf are card blanks and A3 card and any old thing that doesn't belong in a drawer ;)
Glitters, 4x6 PL cards and oddments, mists and in the one below all my stickers.
So easy to pull out!
Lastly, this is how I store my stamps; I laminate the sheet and then punch holes for the ring binders...it works for me except I never know who made them!
If you made it this far then THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!
It has been a pleasure to share my space with you all; I have loved seeing where everyone else works and how they store their stash. Needless to say there have been one or two changes since these photos were taken; but that is what it's all about isn't it? Sharing our passion of scrapping and hoarding ;)
Ali (Ed) x