Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Ask Cindy: Scraproom Tour, Part Two

Yesterday I shared some pictures of my scraproom.  I am generally very happy with the organization and layout of my scraproom.  The closet in my scraproom ... not so much.  

Here's the view looking in:

I know that I don't use the space in the closet as effectively as I could.  The upper shelves aren't bad - I store fabric, flower arranging stuff, and other materials that I hardly ever use on the upper shelf that I can't reach.  The second shelf holds my markers, Mod Podge and other specialty adhesives, brayers, and other items I use occasionally.


The lower shelves hold a hodge-podge of items: completed cards are in a tub, ribbons have their own tubs, there are rolls and sheets of contact paper, a bunch of paints, a travel iron (that I use for embossing), and a wide assortment of other craft stuff.    


As you look to the right, it's more of the same.  The items are fairly well-organized, but not grouped or stacked as effectively as they could be.  It's very tempting to take everything out of the closet and put it back in a more organized manner, but I'm not going to tackle that until I'm caught up with deadlines and have a large block of uninterrupted time.

I hang stuff behind the closet door.  I have a clipboards, craft mats, tissue paper, an extension cord, and several of the pocket charts I used to use in my classroom.



So that's the tour!  Hope you enjoyed it.  

2 comments:

  1. It's nice that you have the bigger closet for all your extra stuff!! LOVE IT!!!

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  2. The closet is great, though, and dedicated to crafty supplies! Yay!

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