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Old 05-23-2007, 03:46 PM   #41  
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Hey there! Glad you found a new house! Sorry about the craft room though! I am in the same dilema.....I use plastic bins and rolling carts. I keep them in my closet (my clothes hang high enough for them to "fit" under the hanging clothes). I then try to keep the basics more accessible, such as a nook in the dining room and the kitchen...whatever has better space. I keep my inks, embellishments, paper, ribbon, and punches/tools handy. Then I am mostly only searching for a stamp set. These eventually pile up in the corner when I am to lazy to put them away, but I'll get to it! Hope that helps.....
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Old 05-23-2007, 09:20 PM   #42  
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Heather-luv!

In keeping with the armoire concept, I know this is expensive/spendy--seriously--BUT, if there's anyway you could afford it, I think this would be the ultimate:

The Original Scrap Box
Wow, that's cool! I'd probably only need 2 or 3 to hold my stuff!!!
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