This is my desktop where I do most of my scrapbooking and crafting. When I sit down my glue gun is to my left, my trimmer to my right and my cutting mat directly in front of me. Also, in front of me, to the left is my washi tape storage, in the middle is my camera tripod and to the right of that is my spinning organizer that holds my most used tools.
Work Space #2: When I turn directly around, this is what I see:
When I spin my chair around, this is my second work space. To my left are my Stampin’ Up Inks, next to that are my distress inks and next to that are my Memento Luxe Inks. If you keep going to the right, you will see some of my stamps that are stored in dvd cases from Stampin’ Up and next to that my printers and postage scale.
Work Space #3: Turn to the right and this is my final work space.
To my left in plastic container are my die cuts which are organized by color. Behind that is a little shelf with some sewing accessories on the top and some embellishments on the bottom. To the right in the black basket with the flower are my wafer thin dies. Front and center is my Vagabond die cutting machine. This is where I do all of my manual die cutting. I’ll show you where I store my Silhouette Cameo at a later date.
These are my 3 main work spaces in my scrap room. In my next post, I will start showing you how I organize different supplies. If you have a supply that you’d like to see me post about, please leave a comment and let me know.
Next time we will go over how I store my Cardstock and Patterned Papers! Until then, Happy Scrapping and Organizing!