Saturday, June 05, 2010

Amy Roller's studio


This studio is filled with lovely details and great storage ideas.


So, just take time and look carefully.


Not only is pretty -lime green and white, perfect combo!- but it is practical as well.




A place for rubber stamps and bellow papers and cricut.

17 comments:

Minxy said...

I must say i've gone a little shade of green with envy myself.. what a heavenly craft space.. I WANT IT!!!

Beth S said...

I love this studio. Everything has a place. It is beautifully put together and so organized. I also love that shade of green.

Frarin said...

Love this space. I see we have a similar system for stamp storage. I just love your room. I need to redo mine and this is giving me such inspiration.

Sue said...

I am going to have to stop looking at this super blog, as I am getting so jealous:)

Jenneke said...

LOVE this studio!!! So organized!

XXXJenneke

Gaby said...

LOVE IT!! I am wondering where the shallow wall unit holding all the Stickles and paints is from as I am looking for something similar. Does anyone know?

kroller said...

Thank all of you for the nice compliments! I spend as much time as possible in this room! Gaby, the shelving unit is from Micheals craft store and is made by making memories.
Amy

Scrapbook Generation said...

I'm so glad Amy has such a gorgeous place to scrap, because I've seen her creations often and she makes beautiful pages. How nice to have such a fun and practical area! -- Debbie

linda said...

LOVE the white and green !!! makes it a happy place :)

I wonder if it's not a moviestudio set though :)... there's a mysterious wall :) ..perhaps we'll see some famous actor creta something there in the next blockbuster movie :)

is there a link to the blog or am I missing it completely today ???

aroller said...

Sorry Linda,
No blog...haven't got that far yet, but if anyone has any ?'s about how i store something or about a certain area, just ask & I'll answer. As far as the movie studio...just an untrimmed finished basement with a few concrete walls and a closet made of the same : )

Marna said...

Wow! Can I come over for a play date?

angela said...

Can't believe no one mentioned the Twilight saga poster. LOL, love it! Absoultely gorgeous studio by the way, thanks for sharing :D

Sandy said...

My gosh! Is this in a basement????? How beautiful and cherry! I can't believe the amount of storage.....

Katie {choc0holic} said...

Lovely studio. I am curious about the storage shown in the second to last picture. Where did you get that unit and especially what looks like trays (the black things). Thanks for sharing your studio Amy!

aroller said...

Katie,
Thank you so much! The unit that holds my stamps is one I made myself. I bought two sheets of melamine from home depot that has predrilled holes for the shelving. You can also get the brackets that hold the shelves up in that same isle. This way, all your shelves are adjustable. For the actual shelves, I measured the width of my trays and made them wide and deep enough to hold them and you can use any material sold in sheets that you just have to cut down. ( I used extra shelf boards from all my jetmax cubes. I know thats alot!)The trays are from Michaels for 4.99 ea but I get them while they are 1/2 off. Each tray holds a diff category. The white drawer set on one of the shelves is from TARGET. Hope that helps & makes sense.

Paula Gale said...

WOW - love it. I love the colour scheme - so bright and refreshing. You have LOADS of stuff but have organised it so well.

TFS

Paula x x x

Amy said...

I finally have a blog..coe check it out
www.rollerscraps.blogspot.com

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