Before you get too excited for me....THIS IS NOT MY STAMPING STUDIO!!! LOL! I soooooooo wish it was!
I did a workshop for one of my customers, Claudia this month and I was able to stamp in all this LUXURY!!!
Isn't this incredible??? She and her hubby designed the whole thing.
Here are all the det's from Claudia herself:
"The whole project was done fairly inexpensively. I had a lot of the storage stuff prior, but I wanted something that looked nicer, was more functional and organized. The cube storage with shelves (some horizontal, and some vertical), small drawers, etc., are from Michael's, and I only purchased when I had a 50% off coupon. I think they are regularly around $30 each. The 4 larger drawers on each end are from Target (in the closet organization area)-purchased on sale. The 4 cubes with the black fabric drawers are also from Target, and of course on sale. The storage with the plastic craft containers is from JoAnn's, and yes, you got it, on sale or a 50% off coupon. The black photo boxes are from Hobby Lobby, and the black larger boxes that hold 12 x 12 projects are from JoAnn's...ditto on the sale thing. The carrousels that hold embellishments, clear stamps, etc., are called "Clip It Up", and they are from Archiver's...kind of pricey but I used discount coupons, and I think they are worth it. The organizational storage for ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. The cubes used for storing the albums are from Target (Closet Maid brand)...they are supposed to be horizontal shelf storage, but I just turned them on the side because I want my albums to be standing. Like I said I didn't buy anything that wasn't discounted by being on sale, or with a coupon. I love saving money! And then I can buy more stamping stuff.
The doors used for the counter top, etc. are from the Habitat For Humanity ReStore. It is located at 3000 East College Ave. (CE) in Appleton... kind of behind Perkins. My husband actually came up with that idea just by browsing through there one day when we were looking for ideas of things to use. They are closet doors so they don't have the hole for a doorknob, he painted them white, and most of them were $5, The large black cabinet next to the albums...I don't think I opened that for you, but it's from Wal-Mart and my husband added lots of shelving fairly close together and it holds a lot of my 12 x 12 paper."
Thanks so much to Claudia for sharing all these and the photos too!
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