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Craft Room Tour: Paige Evans

Today I’d like to give you a glimpse into my craft room – aka my happy scrappy place! And it’s not so much a “room” as it is basically “the entire house” 😉

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

Almost everything I use to craft is stored in a white IKEA Kallax unit in colorful IKEA boxes, bins, baskets, and drawers. These shelves below are also from IKEA.

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

Not only is my scrap stuff taking over the first floor, in the basement I also have all of my cardstock in 6 big wire shelves.

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

Also in the basement is where I keep surplus scrapbooking supplies, kits and product for upcoming classes, bookbinding things, photography props, “flea market” items, and more, all in big plastic bins.

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

This mint IKEA Fabrikor cabinet filled with scrapbooks used to be a prominent feature at the base of the stairs, but then I needed to get another one because I filled this one up. They don’t make the mint anymore so I got a cream one – I hope to paint it pink some day!

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

My scrapbooks now frame the TV stand and a floral painted German cabinet took the original spot. Above the TV is a garland I made for a class I taught at Studio Calico a few years ago. Say hello to Rachel the cat!

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

When I create pages I bring what I need to the kitchen table and make a ginormous mess. I usually scrap with one collection or kit at a time. Since I’m currently mostly using my Oh My Heart collection I have it stored in an acrylic organizer that stays permanently at the end of the table (see below) so I can easily access it and don’t have to clean up after myself too much.

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

I tape all of my layouts up on the wall above my computer so I can admire them for a few weeks before they go onto a shelf waiting for about a year before I carve out the time to file them away chronologically in their right scrapbooks. There are 35 layouts taped up at a time and once it’s filled I take them all down and start fresh!

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

On top of the closet on the main floor I keep 1 of every single thing from each of my scrapbooking collections with Pink Paislee in its own basket or box or organizer. No touchy!! :)

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

When I need to film something I bring out my Cowboy Studio lights and tripod and set up shop on the kitchen table. There are quite a few windows on the main floor that let in a lot of natural light and is great for photographing layouts. But when the days are short and dark during the winter I need the help of studio lights.

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

Now let’s take a virtual tour through all of this fun stuff!

I hope you’ve enjoyed taking a peek into my craft space! I’d love to see yours too!

Take a virtual tour through @paigeevans happy scrappy place today on the @pinkpaislee blog!

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One Response to "Craft Room Tour: Paige Evans"

  • Melissa
    March 2, 2017 - 2:05 pm

    Loved your creative space tour!! It is so bright and colorful. Where did you buy the clear plastic desk organizer on the large crafting table? Did you say it was from Ikea? I love the suggestion of keeping all your supplies together on your crafting table so clean up is easy. :)