New Scrap Dining Room Sneak Peek

Hey everyone! This is my second post for today so make sure you scroll down and read about my CHA or Bust STAMPIN’ UP SALE!!

As y’all already know, my previous scraproom has been converted into an office for my fiance because he starts graduate school in the fall. We decided my scrap room had to go in the dining room so now I have a “scrappy dining room”.  I have been sorting and purging and selling, and donating a bunch of scrappy supplies because my new space is MUCH smaller than the space I used to have. We still eat dinner at the dining table every so often (not every night usually) and I have to keep the area looking neat and tidy because now my space is all out in the open rather than closed up in a secret room! LOL


My area is not nearly done, but here is just a little peek of the new space. This is one of the walls of the dining room.

I made the labels yesterday using the Cricle Don Juan cartridge, Melon Mambo cardstock, Pink Pirouette cardstock, the Ticket Corner Punch, and Chocolate Chip cardstock. I store my Stampin’ UP stamps alphabetically, the first three containers on the top left are for the larger stamp sets and then the rest hold all the other size stamp sets. I have one larger container that holds all my unmounted stamp sets.

My paper containers are a mixture of 8.5X11 and 12X12 paper storage. The 8.5X11 containers are cardboard decorated with Stampin’ UP Melon Mambo patterns designer paper(retiring at the end of the month) and Stampin’ UP Manchester designer paper (retired). The 12X12 containers are made from used priority mail boxes and they are covered in K and Company patterned paper. All the stamps, punches, big shot dies, and such are stored in Sterilite containers from Target.

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4 thoughts on “New Scrap Dining Room Sneak Peek

  1. Looks awesome so far! You are going to have to do a tutorial on how you converted the USPS boxes into paper storage! What size boxes are they? Are they the free ones?

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