Over the years I've gone through several transformations of my scrapbooking space trying to find what works best for me. I've gone from having a room full of tools and supplies to now just keeping my absolute favorites on hand and within easy reach.
Like a lot of people I'm a big fan of the Raskog cart. On the top shelf I keep ink pads, roller stamps, pens and washi tape.
The middle section holds adhesive, my Crop-A-Dile, a Tiny Attacher, my favorite punches, stickers and labels. The bottom tray holds my Fuse tool, paper trimmer, and larger equipment. I only keep the things I use all the time in my cart and I weed through it often to get rid of what I'm not using.
One thing that has really changed for me over time is I use mostly open storage now. I've learned when I keep things in drawers and cabinets I will forget about them. Now I keep uncovered trays and dishes out in the open so I can see exactly what I have, and it inspires me to use my stash.
Clear stamps go in another open container. I keep extra ink pads in the front and the stamps are easy to flip through to find what I need. When the container gets too full I know it's time to go through and just keep what I'm actually using.
Jars hold alphabets and embellishments.
When the month is over I take what's left and put it with the rest of my stash. 3x4 cards are divided by color and put in a wood coffee box. I made dividers out of slightly larger cards so I could easily find what I'm looking for.
And that's a quick look at my studio! By keeping it simple and open I find I use a lot more supplies, and I'm inspired by what I have. I hope you've enjoyed visiting today!