When you first walk in my room this is the view (also before I clean it up). I don't have curtains up on the windows yet (give me a break-- we have only lived here 6 1/2 years--procrastinator). I plan on making some little valances some day.
|First thing you see when walking in the room.|
|The flower is SU!|
|Punches on back of door on right and ribbon (non-SU-gasp) on the left.|
|The cabinet opened with boxes of cards stored.|
The next picture is my closet opened. A church nursery was throwing away this piece that is in my closet. It was pretty rickety. I just put a few boards in the back of it and it is now very sturdy. I have a variety of things in it. Very organized!! DH says it is easy to make.
|See the red apron from a Boy's Name Big Box Store? I used to work there (double gasp).|
|Pictures of Bubba (Roscoe's dearly departed big brother) and Roscoe are both on the window.|
|The two top drawers are all current SU stamps.|
|SU ribbon on top of Iris cabinet that holds a lot of SU stuff.|
|The material usually covers the paper so it doesn't get dusty or faded.|
are in the cassette holders. I have an electrical outlet every few feet on the cabinet so I set up different stations for heat embossing when I have classes. The bottom right cabinet that is opened holds all my current SU paper. The papers are in SU plastic paper holders according to colors. I have a list on the inside of the door so I can make a check mark when I am getting low and need more of a color. I also have a plastic paper holder for my DSP. On the outside of this is a list of all the current papers and what colors coordinate with them. The cabinet on the far left holds retired DSP and cardstock colors. I also have all my Christmas DSP in a plastic paper holder on the left. The other cabinets hold paperwork, books, catalogs, projects and other stuff. Hanging on the cabinet knobs are things I use a lot like my punch patterns, and some other knick knacks.
I would love some ideas of things that I can do to make my Stamping Tree House even better. Thanks for taking the tour with me. Anytime you are in southeast MO come on by. Roscoe and I would love to see you. Next you will go to Denise Foor's stamping studio. I can't wait to see what she has. http://www.denisefoor.blogspot.com/
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