But before I do that I wanna look back at this page (which btw can be seen in the Memory Makers special issue on Organization) and talk a little about how I store my crap.... I mean my stuff!!! LOL
Here's what the journaling says......
The biggest hurdle for me while creating a space that I can be inspired in is organizing everything. Two biggest concerns was (1) the cost of organizational supplies/containers if bought and (2) my need to have everything be visible. After months of collecting things to be recycled and much thought of how I create, the mission that I thought was impossible is finally done. Woohoo!!!
Made an easy and quick line with ribbon and clothesline pins.
Framed my mantra and proudly displaying it on my shelf.
Used a buffet utensil container to house most frequently used adhesives, pens and small tools.
Grabbed an old tortilla warmer to house big and bulky ribbon spools.
Recycled food glass jars. I altered and labeled them, now everything is in plain sight.
Recycled USPS Priority boxes to house my 12x12 papers. Going vertical takes up less space.
Claimed a small dining table that we’re not using as my work space.
Placed a boombox on my smaller table so I can play my favorite tunes while creating.
Made a calendar to jot down all the important dates I don’t want to forget.
Now I have a space that will inspire my creative pursuits. June 2008I wanted to share this cause maybe there's something here that'll inspire you. My big organizational vision is to reuse and recycle. Although it doesn't look pretty, I like the hodge podge of all sorts of glasses/jars and containers to use in storing my scrapbook stuff. I like that it's free and that I'm actually helping in keeping my world green. *smile*
Oh and I have an old post about my space too. Check it out here.
Till next time,