The Original ScrapBox
Brought to you by The Original ScrapBox
Put the fun in function and control your crafting chaos with this stylish furniture made just for crafters.
- >Store an amazing amount of stuff in style with The WorkBox™.
- >The WorkBox configurations:
Closed - 36"W x 31"D x 72"H
Opened - 108"W x 18"D x 72"H
Table Top - 36"W x 24"D
- >Patented bi-fold door system reveals an amazing 9 feet of organized storage space.
- >Available in 5 different configurations and sizes for just the right fit for your needs.
- >Available in 5 stylish and attractive wood finishes.
Transform chaos and clutter to pristine and productivity. Closed, The WorkBox is a stylish piece of furniture, just 3 feet wide. Opened, the patented bi-fold door system reveals an amazing 9 feet of organized storage space. The sturdy fold out desk inside provides 6 square feet of work space. Position the doors around you in a U-shape (it'll be 5.5 feet across) and all of your stuff will be right at your fingertips. Your supplies are visible through the transparent zippered pouches and see-through drawer fronts. Experience the artistic freedom that can only come from having all of your tools organized, visible and within arm's reach.
Do you like to papercraft on-the-go? Put the supplies that you like to take with you in the zippered velcro pouches. Then on your way out the door, pull the pouches off the velcro wall and you're ready to go. Sturdy caster wheels allow you to move your workspace to wherever you need it.
You select the style and finish to match your décor. Choose either bead-board (vanilla or black), raised panel (black, vanilla, cherry, natural oak or knotty alder) or one of our limited-edition distressed models. Comes unassembled. Instructions included.
What do your Splitcoast friends think about their ScrapBox?
I have had my ScrapBox for about four months (testimonial from October, 2010) and I LOVE it. The table is a little on the small side, but I don't work on any large projects so for me it's perfect, plus it also forces me to clean up a little before starting anything new. An added benefit of having the ScrapBox, that I hadn't realized before, is I now spend a lot less on supplies. I had a lot of things that I had forgotten about or couldn't find. Now, that isn't an issue at all!
If you have a large ribbon collection you really should invest in the ribbon storage box. I didn't do that, but I do plan on getting one once I dwindle my supply a little. Right now I have three of the large boxes on the left hand side holding my ribbon. That's a little much, really. lol
I'll agree with another comment that I read about labeling the boxes right from the start. I actually took that a step further for myself...I color coded. So paper labels are blue, embellishments are yellow, sewing supplies are red, etc, etc. I utilize all the different sizes based on what I have on hand, so having them color coded really helps me pick what I want at a glance.
I couldn't believe how much stuff I was putting in my ScrapBox when I started to stuff it full. I actually have some empty bins that don't have anything in them right now. And one of the bottom left bigger bins is reserved for my cat to nap in while I'm crafting. lol
Seriously, if you get the opportunity to buy this I would recommend it. Assembly of the unit itself, while time consuming, really wasn't that difficult. I spent a day assembling the unit (this was off and on) and then about half a day putting in the shelf clips and zipping the bins together and putting in the bottom bits. After all that hard work was done I had a great time filling it all back up. I used post-its to label at first and then changed to what I would want them to have permanently after I was done.
We checked in with Nadine several weeks ago to see if she was still enjoying her ScrapBox. We're happy to report that she still thinks The ScrapBox (and its contents) are one of the most cherished possessions in her apartment.
It's been almost two years since I've won and received my ScrapBox. I had given up my craft room so that my little girl could have her own bedroom and my Scrapbox became my new crafting area.
Even after all this time, I am still amazed at how much stuff my ScrapBox holds. It gives me plenty of room to do my crafting since I don't have a dedicated crafting room for myself anymore. With the ScrapBox, the space is optimized and I have all of my things organized and within reach. I have each one of the drawers labeled for easy organization. I've included several pictures of my ScrapBox in the product gallery so you can see for yourself.
When company comes over or when I’m finished stamping, I just fold down the table, close the cabinet and slide the ScrapBox in the corner. This way it keeps my stamping items under wraps and away from my children.
It's really a great product, and I'd like to thank The Original ScrapBox and Splitcoast for giving me the opportunity to win. I use my ScrapBox nearly every day and I love it!
I absolutely love my WorkBox. How did I ever survive without it? My house is out in the country and is very dusty, however my papers aren't exposed to the dust and sun as they were before. No more fading! The fact that all of my creative tools take up less space is remarkable. The same amount of things now taking up a 1/4 of the space, just blows me away. My husband and I share the room that is supposed to be a family room (now my studio) and he appreciates that it is a piece of furniture and not a bunch of plastic totes of all shapes and sizes. I love it, love it, love it!
I cannot ever thank The Original ScrapBox and Splitcoaststampers enough for my workbox. I am now starting a campaign to get The Original ScrapBox to make a cabinet with 1" drawers for our stamps.
See a gallery of creations made by our review team using products and materials from The Original ScrapBox.