This is Bob. Husband and all around handyman.
In the first picture he is dismantling the old Entertainment center we had revamped into my stamp cabinet.
That's it with all the drawers where I used to store my loose stamps
Here's a shot of the center section after I moved into the new studio and revamped how I store everything.
I gave him dimensions for what I needed this cabinet to be.
He came up with using the interlocking slot technique for sturdiness
(because we all know how heavy paper can be!)
Here it is completed and ready for paper!
and is divided into 3 sections with the cubicles 15" high and 15" deep
The 3 narrower slots are to hold my existing fiber drawers.
All of my stacks will go on the bottom shelves
Recollections/ DCWV Cardstcok in the units above.
I don't use these as often so they can be closer to the floor.
The top 3 rows are for Stampin' UP!
12x12 CS & DSP, 8.5x11CS In-Colors
All filed by rainbow with each color being in ABC order.
I'm working on putting things away so will have a 'full' picture next weekend.
Oh yeah.. and I now have track lighting giving me 'daylight' on the unit so I can see everything regardless of what time of day/ night I want to work!
That's it for my desk this week. Who's Miss Julia and why am I here? That's my desk? What's on yours? When you are done visiting me in the Ozarks, please hop on over to Stamping Ground where Miss Julia has a long list of other studios you can peek into. No standing on an up-turned milk pail to look in the window. We open the doors wide and welcome you. Please leave your number and you'll be among the first on my list.