Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Decluttering Continues

Hello Crafty Friends!

My Decluttering Journey continues...
but I have made significant progress.

Here's a couple of pictures:

Closet One:

What you're looking at from the bottom left:
those stacks of bins hold all the supplies for my March Class.

The large 3 drawer bin:
Bottom 2 are Ribbon and Twine
(this was a major declutter...I had 2 boxes of ribbon, now gone)
Top drawer:  Laminator and foiling supplies.  I will have a video soon on how to do this :)

Next Shelf: extra Big Hot platforms, grid paper, Cricut travel binders.
Next 2 shelves:  AC cardstock ( I use this when creating 3-D projects from SVG files...the coating and texture hold the projects better.  The holders contain DSP (another major declutter...what's left is still a lot, but it all sparked joy)

Top shelf:  Cricut Jukebox and travel totes.

On the side: Copic air compressor, laptop, tool box, MS punches, scrapbooks, mailing and packing supplies, box of door prizes and another travel tote.

Closet 2:

From Bottom: Travel tote. File drawers with all my SU business supplies my desk is right next to this...you can see a little peek of the corner, sewing & misc. bin with my light tablet on the top.

Next: bins for projects in progress.

2 large bins:  storage for Paper Pumpkin, finished items, small gifts, storage for refills and extra supplies, misc. crafting supplies.

Top of shelf:  Retired Ink Pads and Refills, my cataloged stamps and punches/dies.  Some embellishments I couldn't part with...I know I will use them on non-SU projects.

Drawers contain copy paper, GP cardstock, photo paper and scrapbook supplies.

2 drawers on my bar island:
Left: Washi Tape and Stickers
Right: embossing powders. (boy I really had a hard time weeding out these...I kept my absolute faves, plus there are duplicates in here as well.

Today I am more or less tidding up, with a few more little things to purge.  I've sorted and gotten rid of a lot of things...17 boxes to be exact!

I will show some more as I get it completed.

And, YES!  I will do a Video Craft Room Tour!

Thanks for taking time to stop and read this post!

Please leave me a comment below if you have any questions, suggestions, are decluttering your craft space...I would love to HEAR from you!
Important:  scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to leave a comment...there is some stuff after the post, so just keep going!

Thanks and Have a WONDERFUL day!


Welcome to Fostering Creativity Together.I'm Lisa Foster. an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! I love to share, learn and teach this fantastic craft! I hope you'll join me on this incredible paper journey!

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