Where this woman creates! Operation Clean Up: Mission Accomplished!!!
Saturday, July 14, 2012
Welcome to my blog!!!!
Today I am participating in the 4th annual "Where Bloggers Create" blog hop!
If you are new to my blog you can see a sample of my work HERE as well as
through past blog posts below!
I am so excited to show you my finished room!
It has been such a long time since I have had everything organized and in it's place!
I will show you my room as you walk in the double doors,
the first wall (orange) ...
is what I look at from my desk so in addition to the TV, it houses things I love.
Things that make me happy.
All my pattern paper is sorted by manufacture. The large plastic containers
are manufactures that I have ALOT of their collections - too big to file, although I prefer
hanging files. The candy jars house buttons by color. The bottom baskets on the left house mini albums that are empty.
A few of my Tinkerbells
and my button collection from my MIL.
Jasmine - hubby bought this because it reminds him of me and wanted me to have it.
In the corner a new finished project!
A hat box I painted over with one of my favorite quotes,
"When love and skill work together
expect a masterpiece."
The first half of the next wall is where I do any misting or painting-
anything messy. The drawers house stencils, stamps, sponges etc.I can also have
a friend over now that its not so crazy in here anymore!
The bottom left hand corner is all my shipping stuff.
You can see the sunfairy in the corner-also one of my favorite pieces.
The next half of the wall (this is a long room 13x24 feet),
I have room for another friend :)
Big tools in this section: Paper scorer, cutter, scanner, Cricut Expression, Eclips,
all electronic die cutting accessories, as well as cardstock separated by color.
Underneath the cubbies house my DT projects by manufacture before getting shipped to CHA. Above-The big frame has printed journaling & pics just waiting to be scrapped. The smaller frames have people that make me happy.
The corner houses any type of bag/storage I might need for a crop.
on the far left the spine was covered with iridescent paste mixed with Gelatos™.
* If you do this, do it last as you have to set it aside to dry.
I used gel medium to adhere all the different elements onto the acrylic,
some of the elements are on top - some are underneath the cover to give depth.
On the far right I used a stencil with the iridescent paste on top of the acrylic.
The gold alphas are very old stickers from my stash.
The paper underneath is from Pink Paislee, it already has