Happy Everyone! I was up on Graphic 45's blog yesterday sharing with you my Craft Room as well as my Autumn Home Decor Tray which features the new Seasons Collection along with a few Staples from the Staples Collection. I have a few photos to share with you on my blog, but if you haven't stopped by Graphic 45's blog yet, make sure you do so that you can check out the rest of the photos of my craft room and project as well as a tutorial for my Autumn Home Decor Tray.
My boyfriend and I are currently in the process of buying a house, which means that I get to use a small portion of my parent’s media room in the basement to store some of my scrapbook supplies that I use on a regular basis. My other scrapbook supplies are currently packed away in storage waiting for their new home. And although this is not the normal amount of space I usually have, I usually have a bedroom, I wanted to share with you all my current studio space as I’m sure that many of you can relate to how much room I have to work with.
To hold my most used supplies, I have all the products either in bins or rubbermaid containers, which allows me to organize them on a metal pantry shelf with wheels. With having the things I use regularly out on the shelves, it gives me the ability to find what I’m looking for quickly. For example, in the bottom right and middle of the shelf, those two bins hold all of the current Graphic 45 collections. Although it looks organized right now, there is always stuff in the front of the shelving unit.
For some more tips and to see more of my space, head over to Graphic 45's blog.
Now, I'll share with you some photos of my Autumn Home Decor Tray.
It’s hard to believe that Fall is here as it has definitely arrived here on the west coast of Canada. With the changing of the weather and the cooler weather here, it has me thinking of creating Fall projects, especially those that can be used as home decor. This month, I’ve been busy playing with the new collection Seasons and I ended up creating a beautiful Autumn Home Decor Tray, perfect to add to your current Fall home decor. You’ll want to make sure to grab a cup of your favourite fall beverage and enjoy the photos and tutorial of my Autumn Home Decor Tray.
Tip: Keep one of the ephemera cards the same as you would when you take it out of the package. With the first ephemera card out, take the matching ephemera card out and only cut the center of the card out. Once the center has been cut out, foam square the center to the center of the unaltered ephemera card.
Tip: For the top of the tray, layer images from the Autumn paper as well as the Autumn Collective paper to create a beautiful statement at the top of the tray.
For a full tutorial on how I created my Autumn Home Decor Tray, more photos of my project as well as my craft room, you'll want to make sure to stop by Graphic 45's blog.