My stampin' studio has changed since I've last posted pictures of it so I thought I would update them here. Take a look.
The picture below shows my punches lined up on the wall. I used racks from Ikea for those. I bought the paper dividers from Stampin' Up! for my solid color papers (I'll show you where my designer papers are in another photo.)
My stamps are to the right where on the bottom shelf I have a maroon book that holds every stamp set that I own categorized by numbers. I decided to number my stamp sets and categorize them by size. I left extra room in my numbering system so that I can then add on if I need to. I find myself buying all the clear block sets now (which are shown on the top shelf). They start with the numbers 1,000.
As you can see also in this photo, I have a light box on top of the left shelves and some miscellaneous stuff on the right top shelving. My cricut is stored with my solid papers.
Sorry about the flash in the bottom picture. But on the back wall I have slat wall with shelving. On the bottom left side of the slat wall I have wire racks that hold my ribbon. On the right side is wire racks that holds my catalogs, cricut cartridges.
The other slats have acrylic shelving in them were I will post upcoming projects with the date and time below the project. Plus any other inspirational projects will be on this back wall.
Here's a closeup of the left side of my scrap room with the ribbon. I also got at Michael's the white shelves to the left of the slat wall where I store all my inks and stampin' wheels, miscellaneous little stuff.
The picture below shows the left side of my stampin' room with some of those stackable storage boxes from Michael's. I also got off Craigslist from a card store that was closing down the card display rack for $25. What a great buy for me. I love it. It displays my cards and scrapbook pages very well. The other side of my room has a TV and couch which I'm able to expand the tables when needed plus have a little entertainment :)
Thanks for viewing my little tour of my stampin' studio. Come by for my classes in a nice comfortable atmosphere. I'd love to have you visit.