My Stamping Space

Welcome to My Stampin' Space. . .
thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.

If you have any questions about any
of my storage and organizational ideas please 
do not hesitate to contact me at:
kathleenstamps5@gmail.com




View into stamping room from hallway
view of cupboards on left side of room
 continued view of cupboards on left side of room
end of cupboards on left side of room
 view out the french doors to back yard
view of water fountain in back yard
 view continuing around right side of room
 stamping table
 another view of stamping table
 continuing around the right side of room
to cupboards above my desk
 more cupboards over my desk
 my desk
 final view of my desk 
and door where tour started
 center cupboard open
 same center cupboard
 inside view of left door of center cupboard
 inside view of right door of center cupboard
 close up view of Stamp-n-Storage
lock down punch holder
 close up view of Stamp-n-Storage
12 x 12 paper holder
 close up view of Stamp-n-Storage
Blendabilities marker holder
 close up view of Stamp-n-Storage
wafer die storage
I use it to store my 1/4, 1/2 sheets and scraps of card stock
 I store my 8-1/2x11 card stock in
bins I purchased at Staples
 I store my 8-1/2x11 card stock in
bins I purchased at Staples
 I store my 8-1/2x11 card stock in
bins I purchased at Staples
I store the baker's twine in
these cute cheese shakers I found at my local Abertsons
 
 ribbon is stored in pvc gutters I purchased 
at Lowe's Home Improvement center
 I store all of my framelits, thinlits and edgelits
in the Clear-Mount Stamp Cases
sold by Stampin' Up!
The magnet sheets are Vent Covers
I purchased from Home Depot
the pack is under $5 and there is enough
material for 15 stamp cases
I created the cover in MS Word,
printed and cut it out
view of photo booth inside the tall cupboard
I purchased the Ott lights from Amazon
the light holders from Home Depot
the actual box is a foam core 3 sided display board
cut down to fit on the shelf
 
this is one of the cupboards over my desk
where I film my YouTube videos
I purchased the clamp that holds my camera
from Walmart 
 view of cabinets over my desk
I purchased the drawers from Amazon
 another view of cupboards over my desk
 another view of cupboards over my desk
 Sophie, my Stampin' Up! Build-a-Bear
wearing the achievement pins
I've earned from SU
 room setup and ready for a workshop
room setup and ready for a workshop



9 comments :

  1. This room is a dream for anyone who loves scrapbooking or card making. I love the cheese shakers for the baker's twine, the rain gutters for ribbon, and the clamp for your camcorder. The only thing I'd recommend is speeding up the video after recording to make it a little shorter in length. Brillantly creative ideas! Beautiful serene space indoors and out. Great way to inspire creativity. Thanks for sharing these ideas!!

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  2. Hello I love your videos and room too beautiful place I would love to be a scrapbook demonstrate I'm live in maryland this email if you have any information thank you maricobata@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Deborah, If you are considering becoming a demonstrator NOW is the very best time. Currently for a $99 investment you receive $155 in SU merchandise. How awesome is that!!!

      Stampin' Up! asks that you sell or purchase $300 per calendar quarter. But if you join now you do now have to meet that $300 until June 30, 2016. If you find that that is just not possible. You will go into "pending" and be dropped as a demonstrator in Sept 2016.

      I would love to have you as part of my team! If you click on the link: http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/kathleenwingerson/jointhefun it will take you to my website and you should find answers to all of your questions.

      To sign up you will need a debit or credit card and your social security #.

      If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact me kathleenstamps5@gmail.com

      Thanks

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  4. What a beautifully well organised room,thank you so much for sharing.
    I have so much to learn concerning stamping and you have given me wonderful ideas,inspiring.
    Bless You

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  5. What a wonderful studio you have! We retired and downsized a few years ago so I no longer have a dedicated sewing and craft space. I had a beautifully finished walk-out basement room in Kansas before we retired in Arizona. You are a lucky lady!

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    1. Yes, I am very grateful for my stamping space!! Thank you, Melanie

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