Well, hello to you! I hope you had a lovely weekend. We had friends over last night (and cooked a really tasty soup which I need to type up for you) and then today had a nice family dinner to celebrate my mother in law's birthday. I have probably eaten more than I should have but it all was tasty!
I finally took some more pictures of my studio and thought it would be fun tonight to show you where I like to create. It's not organized all the way, but it is coming along.
Here is my die cutting station. I bought these units from Michael's (and even managed to put them together myself). I like that they are about taller so I don't have to bend so much. Here you will find my Big Shot, Wizard and Cuttlebug. The wooden crates hold dies and the folders in the top level hold my cherished nesties.
I've shown this picture before. This is my nice and neat ribbon stash. The ribbons are rolled around clothes pins and held in place with dressmaker pins. The jars are the "penny jars" from Target.
I put together Target cubes to hold my patterned paper (well, most of it fits in here). To the right, the pull out drawers contain cardstock and paper scraps. The first set of drawers hold smaller scraps. The further set of drawers hold larger scraps.
I couldn't get a good picture of my stamps so I will try again another day. And I am anxiously waiting for my ink pad holder. When that arrives I will share my obsession with ink with you.
I hope you have enjoyed this tour of my home studio. Have a great night!