5/1/11

Oops.... I did it again! E2 in da house!

So... as any of you following me know, my fantabulous honey bunny hubby gave me a great craft area makeover. We have low ceilings in the basement - 6'6 maybe?  Anyway instead of rambling and babbling away I'll just spit it out....

I changed the craft area....... again.

Whatcha think?

The cats hated their tree being on the left side and they were walking on all my stuffs to get to the window so I had to change it up.  I put my original Expression on the shelf there in the corner and it has enough clearance for me to run a 24" mat thru it (that's why I catty cornered it)  My Teresa Collins stamp maker sits proudly on top of the shelf waiting patiently for me to play with it.  I changed it a wee bit more since this photo was taken but not so much that it was worth taking another photo. notice the cats - all 4 of them are back on their beloved tree.

this only changed up a lil bit - my wonderful wall to ceiling desk dad made when I was a kid - I'll always and forever have it.  We're going to paint it white eventually.  Anyway I moved all my cartridges temporarily to the two shelves on the right. They are 3 deep and 2 high. 

I decided I can't keep the boxes anymore. So I'm going to use that system a lot of you are for storing books and carts - Using the ribbon holder snap boxes.  I ordered a bunch of amazon and will post pics when I set it up.

Played with the E2 a lil bit today and there is a bit of a learning curve.  I'll get it eventually.  I don't have an Imagine cart to try in it, I'm excited about that but hubby put me on lockdown until the E2 is paid for - stupid stupid flex pay on hsn!

Hugs and Chirps!

4 comments:

  1. Your room looks great and you will really love that Snap Ware storage system for your cartridges. I use that method and love it!!

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  2. Looks Great! I have something for the two of you over on my blog!

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