So as you can see its still a MESS haha. But at least progress has been made and I can finally start organizing and putting away some of my stuff. So the next item on the list is to hang my MM embellishment center which is going right above my desk on the purple wall. So I'm excited about that. See the little damask looking thing to the right of my chair? Its a little closet organizer I found at target for shoes. It was like $1 and I attached it to the underneath of my desk with velcro, so that its moveable, and I'm using it currently for punches and my heat embosser and Irock tool. Not bad for a dollar. I'll update again once its done, which hopefully will be soon!
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Two rolls of painters tape, 1 can of super duper primer, and 1 1/2 cans of paint later HALF of my scraproom is painted. Fortunately its the important half :) So my very dear husband has started to assemble my desk for me. He's very handy like that. I'm sooo excited about being able to get things put away and actually do some scrapping in there! What a bizzare concept. So heres some pictures of the current state:
Sunday, October 3, 2010
This layout I actually scrapped in Raleigh, NC. We were on our way down to Orlando and stopped for two nights in Raleigh. Partially so we could have a break from driving, but mostly because I wanted to go to Archivers. So I knew that after buying all those amazing goodies at Archivers, I was going to want to use them. So this particular layout was scrapped at the Best Western somewhere in Raleigh.
My husband thought I was crazy, he told me so. But I enjoyed myself throughly and didn't make too much of a mess. Perhaps they won't notice the marshmallow glimmer mist on the bed spread.... Ok so this layout is quite simple, obviously. Some basic grey, sheet of bazzil, prima pearls and flower, marshmallow glimmer mist as stated, annnnd it also gave me the chance to use my new Tim Holtz tiny attacher that I won for national scrapbook day over on scrapbook.com. Very simple, but I like it.