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Previously, you saw my biggest chalk paint project. If you missed it, here it is again. Chalk Paint Armoire DIY Project Tutorial I wanted to share with you what I am using this armoire for. It's a standing scrapbooking station. Follow along to make your standing scrapbooking station.
Pick Out Your Favorite Wallpaper:
I used Brewster Home Fashions NuWallpaper(TM) Wall POPS! (affiliate) to cover the back inside of the armoire and the doors. It was called "Suzani". There are many patterns, though, you can find. This one matches nicely with my gray paint.
I also went to my nearby wholesale store and found various stacking fabric boxes. I used several of them to store papers and other supplies.
Make Your Sticker Holder:
The following standing scrapbooking station tip is to get something to hold the stickers you use most often. I made this to hold all my decorative tape. It consists of a foot from a sofa I bought on sale years ago and a dowel. My husband and I made this in 15 minutes. We drilled the hole the same size as the screw in the foot and then glued and screwed the dowel into the foot. Then we spray-painted it and let it dry. Here's the finished product. What do you think?
Divide Up The Stickers Into Categories:
I found great plastic-handled bins to organize my scrapbooking stickers on sale at a nearby fabric store. Since I love stickers, they need to be organized. I get so frustrated when they are hard to find. So to resolve this issue, I divided it into 6 different categories: Words, Numbers, Letters, Vacation, School, and Holiday. Reducing the amount of searching has saved me so much time.
Store Scrapbook sheets upright:
I also like to put all the scrapbook papers upright to help me see what I have. For the other sizes, I stored them in boxes to keep them clear of dust since I do not use them as much.
Here is the workstation area and where I place all by working pages. Laying them down in this area allows me to easily close the door and hide it away when the company is coming over. It's enough room so I can lay out my scrapbook page and work on it one at a time. And, when I am done for the day, I can close the doors. Woo hoo!
I hope this inspires you to make your standing scrapbooking station. If you do not do scrapbooking, it may be an option for your sewing things. Visit our sewing organization tips here.
Now it's your turn; what is your favorite part of scrapbooking? Do you have a standing scrapbooking station? What did you use to make yours? Please share your comments below.
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