This is my main stamping table. My goal was to have as much as possible within arm's reach when stamping. I hate getting up and down just to fetch little things. It throws off my "groove".
In the white drawers on the left, I have from top to bottom:
On Top: CTMH embellishment organizers, tool kit, and punch box with tag stamps.
1)SU Eyelets and Brads
2)Buttons, Seed Beads, Jump Rings, Sequins and other embellishments.
3)Metal Clips, Expoxy bubbles and alphabets.
4)Acrylic Blocks, Notch $ Die Tool, Distressing Kit
5)Inkworks Air Art Tool (Now Color Spritzer), Brayers, Stamp-a-ma-jig
6)Staplers and Xyron X
7)Small punches including handheld. (My medium-sized punches are in a small iris cart under the table.
In the small drawers on top of the paper thingie are my H20's in alphabetical order. (OCD or what???) Next to that are my Prismacolors. The ones in back are on an acrylic block to make them taller. Ink pads are in a cassette tape holder. I keep my Kaleidacolor pads, metallic, embossing, Versamark, and SU classic pads. My Craft Pads, which I use less are on the other side of the room. My favorite Primas by the month are on top.
I have to say I love my Ott Light!!
My acrylic paper holders are all from Office Depot. Mostly only available online or special order. They are soooo worth it, though. They are so sturdy, and I've never had a problem with them breaking. I love clear things you can see through. The small drawers in the acrylic organizers hold my assorted pens, blender pens, CM pens, Stampin' Write Journalers, adhesives, and calligraphy pens.
Directly in front of my stamping space is another set of small drawers. I use these to store my bottles of stamp cleaners, "hand stamped by" stamps, stickles, Post-It's, and two empty drawers for room to grow. I keep mu SU color samplers in a binder and my CM page patterns as well as SU and TAC catalogs close at hand.
Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2006 GMT Views: 3464