Michelle Wooderson has uploaded images and explanation of her studio. As I can\t find a way to contact her to ask for permission to post pictures here, I can't show them to you here. But, if you click here you will find her post.
I specially like the pegboard used to store ribbon and the magnetic tins store upside down to maximize storage room.
Friday, August 29, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
Long time ago, Patti Beham sent me the link to her blog entry on how to make this lovely little set of foam storage drawers, and of course, somehow I have only now manage to post it.
What I like about the project is the crafty aspect of it. It is 50% papercraft project, 50% storage project. If you would like to see how it is done, click here -there is even a video.
Love this studio, a true stampers one, with everything very nicely organized. It belongs to Dawn McVey, you can go to her blog so check her great projects here. and if you fancy more pictures of her studio, click here.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
When it comes to beautiful studios, well this is pretty much up there with the best. I particularly the island in the middle that is high for scrapping but with Violet has a two stools as well.
Also I loved the Closet. I think it is perfect to take note of how to take advantage of small and weirdly shaped areas.
And of course this wood unit ... makes me want one!
For more photos and proper explanation by Violet, click here.
Saturday, August 09, 2008
Dina uses a rail to store punches and the Nestabilities. For the latter ones, Dina got some S hooks from Ikea (the rails are from there too) and then made little tags so she could know what they are.
Also I would like to ad this photo of her studio:
You can see more photos and explanation here.
Thursday, August 07, 2008
Tuesday, August 05, 2008
This is a picture of the whole space. It doesn't look much but you should have seen the amount of space i used to work in. This is like crafting in Paradise compared to before......lol.
To store the unmounted stamps Emma uses clear 12x12 boxes which are 1" wide allowing her to use top and bottom to stick my stamps on. Wooden stamps are kept in the thinner satchels top right hand side of the desk.
to see more pictures of Emma's studio click here. For the main page of Emma's blog, click here.