Here’s a big welcome to Anna Sigga (My Scrapbook Nook and Pebbles Design Team). Anna has graciously agreed to share her space in its entirety and has answered a few questions about her organizing process.
Here she is…
When I was putting my room together I wanted it to be bright and colorful but not too cluttered. So I decided to use furniture that was light so I could add a splash of color with baskets and pretty scrapbook supplies.
The products I use most often I have in my Making Memories desktop organizers, tiered trays and in those pink baskets behind my desk.
All my adhesive is in a wire basket that I can move to my desk while I am working and of course my trusty tools in my Making Memories carousel.
I recently bought these white drawers from IKEA and they store all my go to tools, punches, loose twine and of course my beloved collection of Distress inks.
I have fallen in love with bakers twine (like so many others ;o) and these sugar jars are the perfect storage for those large spool.
1. What kind of budget did you have when organizing your space?
I didn’t really set out to have a budget, but I wanted to use what I had around the house as much as I could. And then I went to IKEA and lots of dollar stores to buy cute baskets and such.
2. What was your greatest challenge?
Finding the perfect storage for my mists – I have lots and lots of all kinds of pretty mists and I was thrilled to discover those larger tiered trays. Now my mist bottles are always close by.
3. Are you a “organize it once” kind of girl, or are your storage solutions constantly evolving?
I am constantly reorganizing my space; I keep changes things around my craft room to fit my crafty mood when needed. I just love organizing all those pretty supplies! .D
4. What is one thing you’d like to improve about your storage/organization?
I am actually really happy with my space and the only thing that really bugs me is my trash bin – it doesn’t have any green or pink on it! ;o)
Isn’t Anna’s studio wonderful? I love how everything has its own space. To learn more about Anna and her work, visit her blog.
P.S. What did you think about the four questions she answered for us? Do you have other questions you’d like future contributors to answer about their spaces?