Hello friends! Oxana Grigorieva is with you today! I’m a new member of the Hip Kit Club design team and I’m extremely happy to be included in this large and talented family! I’m from the small city of Yakutsk from Siberia, a mathematician-programmer by education, mom of two little boys. My love for scrapbooking began with the birth of my first child, it’s over three years.
I love all kinds of paper crafting from cardmaking to mixed media projects. But basically all my paper projects are fun, vibrant and full of joy! I hope they will inspire you!
Today I want to share my scrap space with you. I don’t have a dedicated room for my craft supplies, but rather only take up a corner in the living room. Because of this I wanted to keep my craft space as efficient as possible and pleasant at the same time.
To organize my creative space I chose furniture from IKEA. They are inexpensive and look great too. I chose two drawer units Alex and a tabletop Linnmon (150 by 75 cm). This size is enough for me to freely work on the current project. For the organization and placement of different instruments, I purchased one peg board Skadis. I fixed it directly to the table with the help of special clamps that need to be purchased in addition to it, it is very convenient and there is no need to lighten the walls. But you can place it directly on the wall.
The peg board holds a lot of my tools: scissors, embossing powders, paints and brushes. There are many attachments for this board: shelves, roll holders, containers, hooks, clips etc.
For storage of my scoring board, board for stamping, board for creating envelopes, a cutter, soldering irons and crop-a-dile – storage box Fjalla is perfect. It is also ideal for storing scrapbook paper.
But for the storage of paper, cardboard, cardstock, acetate and vellum, I have an organizer on wheels that are sold in stores of the trading equipment. For example, mine are designed for beauty salons, but their size and mobility are excellent for storing paper. And when guests come I hide them in the pantry.
I use plastic baskets to store stamps, stencils and dies, which I store on the windowsill.
I hope you enjoyed my craft space. What does your craft corner (or maybe you have the room) look like? Do you have some organizational tips for storing your scrapbooking supplies? Please share below:
Have a lovely day!