I've seen so many wonderful stamping spaces on SCS I just had to show you mine. I drag all this stuff out and pack it up again whenever I can find time to stamp. I'm so jealous of the super organized nooks that so many have! Feelin' sorry for me yet??
Date: Saturday, February 4, 2006 GMT Views: 2199
Registered: July 31, 2005 Location: The True North Strong & Free Posts: 1584
Sat, Feb 04, 2006 @ 7:02 PM
I feel sorry for you trying to stamp on that table, it looks like there are groves between the tiles. With my luck I'd stamp in the middle of the grove and ruin my image!
If it makes you feel any better, my stamp space is also my kitchen table. Lucky for me I live alone so I can leave the stuff out all the time! I did put it away for Christmas though, figured my guests might like to eat at the table! ha ha!
Registered: September 8, 2005 Location: New Jersey Posts: 2791
Sat, Feb 04, 2006 @ 7:30 PM
I agree with Anna~That is exactly how I started out. I've graduated to the guest bedroom...I've converted half of the space to my stamp nook...Someday I'll have my very own, super organized, stamp room...and so will you!
Registered: October 7, 2004 Location: Dallas, Texas Posts: 500
Sat, Feb 04, 2006 @ 8:26 PM
I did the SAME thing in my teeny tiny kitchen until this weekend. I turned my linen closet into a stampin closet. Literally! I put everything in there nice and organized. I then bought a T.V. tray and a folding chair that I can pull out when I stamp outside the closet! I hung a clear shoe holder thingie, that holds twelve pairs of shoes and put all my scissors, hold punches, adhesives etc. in that. :)
Registered: November 2, 2004 Location: Oregon Posts: 3294
Sat, Feb 04, 2006 @ 10:48 PM
Have you thought of getting an armoire to hold your stuff?
I have a computer armoire that I use for my stamping. I can keep my unfinished projects on the keyboard tray and just push it in and close it up when I'm not using it. It was only $200 and sits in the corner of my living room. Just a thought.
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Registered: February 23, 2004 Location: Posts: 43101
Sun, Feb 05, 2006 @ 3:22 AM
Heck I started out using a closet under the stairs for storage and the dinning table for scrapbooking...I moved into a large closet in the laundry room (no windows) at our next house then I was able to move into the formal dining room at the next house and now I have a corner of the bed room....we are not all so lucky as to have a huge room dedicated to our crafts and we just have to make due with what we have and I think you have done a great job at that ;)
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