Today my little scrap space is being featured on Bella Blvd.'s blog. I thought I would share my space here with you also. Let the tour begin...
My scrap room is my absolute favorite room in the house, being in there just makes me feel good. I try to surround myself with things that inspire me creatively. I love vintage findings, so they are scattered around the room among newer things.
My scrap table was a birthday gift last year from my husband. It has great storage space in the column bases where I keep some of my cardstock, baskets with embellishments as well as a few photo boxes. I store the items that I reach for the most on top of my desk for easy access.
I have a little collection of apothecary style jars where I store buttons, ribbons, vintage jewelry and other miscellaneous findings.
Keeping things in see through containers allows me to see what supplies I have and reminds me to use them up.
The closet to the left of my table is where I store my larger tools and other scrapping supplies. I use an over the door shoe organizer to store my punches. Stamps and paints are stored in clear plastic containters and kits and other supplies in baskets.
To the right of my table is my wall of inspiration. In the frames I display things that I find interesting and that help keep me inspired creatively.
Finally, here is my final project for Bella.
I curled the paper to mimic my daughter's naturally curly hair and placed the "Blooms a Bella" on the photo to appear as though it was in her hair.
Thank you so much Bella for having me as a guest designer!