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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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