OMG! This might be the longest post in the history of my blog, I took a bunch of pictures, it would probably have been easier to just do the video, but at least this way you can check it out better. Jeff says he'll help with a video.
Here we go...
Updated: I actually don't have this in my studio anymore (now it holds jewelry in my bedroom), once I found this hutch to replace the red shelf
The red shelf (see hutch above, it looks way different now), it has display stuff and you can see some of my antique finds on it. The little stool on the right is where I sit to sew, I just move it over when I need it. I might find somethig that can sit underneath the cutting table bench but for now it works. Plus it's nice to have a stepping stool in here.
This cabinet houses my 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock, in the file cabinet, Mark built it into the cupboard, above it is just binders and like typewriter paper, and my decor element stencils. The bigger cabinet houses my shipping boxes above my 12x12 cardstock and DSP storage. I can't tell you how much I love having my 12x12 paper stored like this, now I know what I have.
Wanna see how magical this cupboard is? Open Sesame!!!
Then when it is closed it is like this:
The other two cabinets hold my Big Shots, my dies, and folders and stuff. Jeff is going to add one more shelf to each side, I will then lay down my Bigz XL and will have more room for more dies. I'll just add a new label to the other end.
Underneath the sewing machine side are two drawers, this drawer holds class stuff, like empty embellishment containers, stamp boxes, sewing supplies, heat guns, glue guns, and clearance rack stuff I use for door prizes, and or hostess gift packaging. The drawers are huge and come out pretty far.
This drawer holds my workshop tote bags, it is nice to have a place for all my SU! stuff in my studio so I don't have to get stuff out of the guest room. I figure with all this space if I don't have a spot for it, I don't need it right?
Underneath the paper cutter side Mark made me a file folder size drawer and I keep all my cardstock scraps in here, alphabetically. That is how I have everything, cardstock, inks, stamp sets. Before I cut a big piece of paper I always check here first and you would be amazed at how much paper you save doing it this way.
This is just the garbage pail, my Carl cutter, and my little white board things for when I take pics of my cards for my blog. I remember years ago when I was designing what I wanted my room like and I had initially wanted a hole in the counter by the cutter so you could just sweep the garbage inside, but once I got a look at my gorgeous counters I was no way cutting a hole in them, so this works just great being right there.
Updated this looks way different too, since I don't have anymore of the black old style punches, now this hangs on the wall.
Here's one side. I love the old radio, it matches the room perfectly. It was my Poppa's. It works but needs to be grounded, I had it on one day and when I would touch it I would feel funny, and I told Jeff "hey touch the radio, it feels funny" and he was like "you are getting shocked!"...Ha! No sense no feeling he tells me. So I just look at it and we don't plug it in. See all my pretty jars that I have been showing you all these times?
Here's the other one. My license plate, we only need one in AZ so this is my second one. The fun chicken cup and saucer from Kim when she came to visit. I love the Mrs. Beetons book of Household Management, you should read some of the things in there.
My glitter and embossing powder spinner rack. I didn't find what I wanted at IKEA so I went to a few places and settled on this spice rack from Target. I just emptied out the spices into baggies if I didn't already have a jar to fill in my cupboard...what the heck is Savory and Herbs Provence?? So then I just filled them with my glitters and ep, tied on a bow and presto...neat eh? What do you think Ellie?
Above my computer is old SU! catalogs, workshop wow dvd's, Stamp & Scrap University books, idea portfolios and stuff of that nature. I could never get to them before, and now they are right there at my fingertips.
This is the stamp set cabinet (the retired ones I have kept are on the bottom shelf) as well as class stuff, door prize ticket pail, door prize filled collander, garbage pails, towels, and scrub pads, stampin mist bottles, baby wipes (that I swear I have bought more as a Demonstrator then I ever did for Eric's butt).
I love this big one under my computer. I can open up my catalog fully while it is in the drawer and enter my orders, and the catalog is not cluttering up my desk. It holds tons of stuff, letting me keep my desk area relatively clean.
Tracy gave me this a few years ago for displaying cards, but now I am using it for my to-do kinda list. I write down what needs to be done and then I clip it up. It is out of the way and it won't get lost. Cool eh?
Here is the infamous punch box. I love it. Beside it is a basket with a fake ivy, it hides the water dealie that is supossed to be for like a soft water thing. I love my red angel and my SU! Statement of the Heart stamp.
Updated: I now have punches in a second soda box.
Oops, I forgot to show the classroom area, it's basically in my studio, but here's a picture...
I think that's it...thanks for sticking it out with me the whole time while it was getting done listening to me moan and groan, and worry, it was definitley worth it.
If you wanna see how it looked before (I was gonna do before and after pics in the post and that would have been even longer). If you go to my blog and in the left colomn it will say Check out my Stamping Studio, if you click on that you can see the old pictures, I'll leave them up for a few days and then I'll go in and add the updated ones.
I'll leave you with these scrabble tiles I have been sitting out. I change them once in a while...these ones connect...
Well I think by now, you are ready for lunch, so I'll say have an amazing Friday and thanks so much for stopping in!
Added since original post: A few questions,
How big is the room? The room is our 2 car garage converted so it is 20x20
How much did it cost? Sorry this one I am not going to answer, I don't want you to be mad that I don't. I think this is a personal question. If I told, some people would say I spent too much, I didn't spend enough, or stuff like that. This was all made custom for me so that would make the cost be different then standard cabinets you get at a hardware store, so without seeming mean, please understand if I don't answer this one, on here or even privately. OK?