Thursday, January 3, 2008

My New Scrap Room

We have no furniture in our living room, no window treatments in several rooms, many projects are incomplete or in progress...but my scrap room is 99% complete. Pete willingly (okay, there was a teensy weensy bit of arm twisting) contributed to the scrap room completion by building a base unit for the paper towers, installing peg board, and building stamp shelves, and base unit beneath the shelves. I have only to paint the ceiling in the "ante room" and...voila! it'll be all done! Thanks honey...I owe you BIG time. It looks sooooo pretty!

This room is one-half of the original area. Originally it was long and narrow with a lot of unusable space. Pete convinced me to build a wall separating the room into two spaces -- one half is my scrap room, the other is the TV room. I now have two adjacent scrap rooms -- the inner most room houses the computer, printers and supplies; the outer room for the table and work areas.


debbie payne said...

So, do you take credit cards?

Your scrap room is beautiful and I am looking forward to seeing the rest of your new home!

Anonymous said...

I look forward to seeing you in the spring when you take care of Jason and the boys while Jamie and I are away playing...err...working hard at our hobby. The house is far from done, but my hobby room looks great. A girl has her priorities, you know.

Doughboy said...

This is an illness.
There is a 12 step program Debra will be participating in just after the 'intervention'.
Welcome to the Betty Ford Clinic for Glue and Glitter Abuse.

" name is Debra and I am a Scrapaholic. I have been embellishment free for 3 days. Tommorrow will be 4 days"

Roxanne said...

I SO want to LIVE in your scrap room!!!

Jamie Payne said...

You want to know the best part about your room? You've made it so inviting that anyone would feel welcome to sit down and create! I can't wait until 2/3...our next scrapalicious meeting!!