It is hard to believe it is heading for six months since Kaitlyn moved out of home and I set up my scrap room in her old room! I don't know where the time goes.
I have had lots of requests lately about some of the ways I organise my supplies, equipment etc, so I thought it was a good time to update the photos! And I have even managed to create a video tour on youtube:
Now, compared to all those mega scrap studios that are squirreled away in US basements and bigger than you could believe spare rooms, my space is more like a large American closet than an actual room! People ask the dimensions, so I measured - 3.2m x 2.3m! No idea what that is in feet and inches!
So, let the tour begin!
This is where I do everything! The table is deep enough for me to push the laptop to the back while I scrap and the workspace is large enough for my projects. It mostly stays this clear and if I need more room, this stuff can all be put aside.
In front of me is all sorts of eye candy to motivate and inspire me. And a clock to make sure I don't run late if I should be somewhere else, LOL! The bucket on the table is where I keep my camera unless I am out and about, so it is ready to go for my 365 photos. On the front is my 365 checklist as another prompt.
The advantage of a compact space is, just about everything is in my reach/view! I have a TV/DVD set up so I can watch while I scrap - mostly it is listening! I keep all my albums handy, as the point is to scrap the memories to enjoy them!
Most of my tools and supplies are behind me, so I can swivel around in my chair and see evrything. I have raised my worktable to standing height using bed raisers - I have three bar stools to sit on and can stand when I scrap.
Thanks for visiting!