I had been wanting a new Scrapping table for a while. I had considered getting something custom made, but it can be really expensive. Then I saw the Bedford Project Table from Pottery Barn. And I got to thinking about how I can create something similar from Ikea. So I got 2 small Expedit Bookcases and a desk top. When I sent Mark to get the pieces, the people at Ikea were very skeptical saying it wouldn’t work and look bad. We used adhesive Velco along each side of the bookcase to keep the table top in place. It doesn’t move! I have had the desk for a while and love all the storage space I have been able to add to my scrap room!
On this side of the table I store all the products I need to work on. Since CHA is next week, I am temporary using this space for some canvases I had lying around.
These are the shelves that are on my right. I store my Air Compressor for my Copic Airbrush system here. As well as my Cuttlebug and Vagabond, plus my distress inks.
I forgot to show these shelves. I have my brushes here. The box is filled with beading supplies. And on the bottom shelf are all my beads.
I still love my Making Memories Carousel. I divided up the sections with scissors, pens, brushes and tools.
I bought this from Pottery Barn with my Birthday money!! I love it. 3 tiers to store a bunch of items I am always using. I applied washi tape around the edges to give it personality and mainly because I have so much washi tape I am always trying to find ways to use it!
Speaking of Washi Tape, I found this at The Paper Place and had to buy it! The cutest Washi Tape storage unit. It doesn’t store much, but it was too cute to pass up!!
Hopefully this gives you some ideas when you are planning your own scrap room!!
CHA starts on Tuesday!! And on Monday I have a special post showing you 6 new dies from Lifestyle Crafts CHA release!! Then for the rest of the week there will be piles of pictures from the show floor! So come back for all the CHA coverage!!
Thanks for watching!!