Blayne White {My Digital Scraproom}

I’m excited to introduce Blayne White to you today!  Blayne is an entrepreneur; work at home mom, wife, and owner of both a professional photography studio and her newest creation, My Digital ScrapRoom.  ScrapRoom was born out of her love for photography and scrapbooking, and an overwhelming passion for helping others organize their tremendous libraries of digital photos.  She lives and works at home with her husband, Bryan, and her two children, Alyx and Tristan (yes, from Legends of the Fall), and her two rescue dogs Daisy and Cuddles.  She has been a scrapbooker for 19 years and loves how her hobby and passion have now become her work. You are going to love her craft room.  And don’t forget to check out the awesome coupon she’s offering to CSI readers at the end of this post!



When it comes to scrapbooking, I am definitely a collector.  I love to have the complete set of anything – paints, pens, die cuts, you name it.  And that can cause a problem trying to store everything.  Several years ago, my daughter and I turned an extra room at the front of our house into an art room.  I was a little worried about it being the first room in our house that people see, but really, art is what we are all about, so I got over it.  I love that I can be in the middle of everything going on and also creating, or organizing, whenever I have a few minutes.



I have learned several things about myself when it comes to storage and how I use my ‘stuff’.  I need to be able to see it, touch it, and find it in order to be inspired by it and use it.  I use lots of clear and open storage in my space and find some of my favorite items at The Container Store and Ikea.


Because my scrapbooking organization is constantly changing and evolving, I don’t really have a budget in mind, but I am continually looking for items that are inexpensive or meaningful in some way.  When we travel, I try to pick up a memento or container that reminds me of that place or time.  For instance, on my desktop, I have a Butterbeer mug to hold my paintbrushes, a Pixar mug for my journaling pens, a George Michael mug for scissors, and an adorable glass vase from Anthropologie to hold Epiphany epoxies – all within reach, meaningful, and adorable at the same time.


I also like to use supplies as the decor in my room – washi tape is in a wooden tray I found at a thrift store, and I also raided my kitchen for tiny sauce cups/ramekins for my new baker’s cart.  This is my absolute favorite item at the moment.  I saw one in Ali Edwards’ office when I visited her recently and found my own once I returned home.  It has ten 18×24 removable trays and I store not only supplies, but also projects I’m working on.  When I need something, I just grab it and place it on my worktable, then put it away to work on something else.  It really helps keep my tabletop a little more clear.DSC08700


My favorite Ikea find is the little turquoise cart my friend Mary bought for me.  It has wheels so it can go anywhere I want it to.  I use this to store my paint, sticker letters, journaling cards and tags, stencil letters, ink pads, spray paints/inks, and stamping supplies.  It doesn’t take up much space, but because of the vertical storage, it holds a lot.


Along with organizing in open or clear containers, I also organize by color.  I use color on my Clip It Up, as well as some clear plastic boxes I found at the Container Store, and of course, all my paper.  The boxes are great for taking with me to a crop since they are portable and while I’d love to have all my embellishments in one spot, for now the two options are working for me.



I have a problem with stamps.  I love them, but I am bad about not using them.  I found some cute little baskets trimmed in my favorite color – turquoise – at Target.  I bought them without knowing how or even if I was going to use them. (Always, if you see something you love, buy all they have.  You can always take it back.)  I reorganized an Ikea printer cart for my stamps.  I placed a cutting pad on top so I could stamp right where my stamps live, and stored my stamps in the new baskets below.  I cut the snap closure off the Close To My Heart stamp cases (I know, I know – I had a hard time doing that!), and I was able to fit THREE times as many stamps in a basket.  I do not miss the snaps at all.  My larger stamps are stored in clear snap folders in larger baskets.  Again, with the clear storage, I can just flip through and quickly see what I have.


My absolute love of organization was really the reasoning behind the creation of My Digital ScrapRoom, the world’s first all-in-one digital photo organizational and scrapbooking solution.  I was so frustrated with the overwhelming amounts of digital photos I was taking and the process of finding them again to use in my projects.  I almost stopped scrapbooking at one point.  Now, with easy but robust searching and tagging options and a mobile app on the way, finding my photos is a snap.  And extra bonus:  I can use the same software to store my digital elements and make a custom digital project without having to use multiple programs!  For more info, please visit my website:

I hope you have found some tips and tricks that help you in your own organizational journey.  You can also visit my YouTube channel for more videos on organizing your supplies, as well as your photos.

Thank you for tuning in!

Blayne White













Isn’t Blayne’s room lovely?  I especially love her baker’s cart.  What a brilliant idea!

Not only has she given us a peek into her craft room, but Blayne is also offering a sweet discount to CSI readers who are interested in using My Digital Scraproom.  Just use code: craftstorageideasrocks for 20% off!  This offer is good through July 31st!

Update:  Blayne has also posted a video tour of her space here.

Vintage Storage: Re-purposing Found Items

Hi fellow crafters, it’s Cicily the Pink Dalmatian Scrapper with a post all about thinking outside the box. I’ve posted before how much I love shopping thru thrift stores and garage sales. Usually I’m looking at items trying to figure out if I can use them in my crafts or in my room for some type of storage! I wanted to share a few re-purposed items with you today.

The first is my new solution for displaying my cards. I posted recently on different solutions and finally just finished this with the help of my hubby! I found a this shutter at a resale shop, distress painted it and hung it on my wall. Now it’s a perfect display for the great cards I receive and even holds a few of my own creations!


This is also a recent addition. I purchased this old Coke Cola crate at a garage sale for my hubby’s man cave. He recently changed things around and I stole it for my room! The colors were perfect and it holds one of my latest addictions, Washi tape!


How cute is this? My mom found 2 of these vintage sewing cabinet drawers and now uses them to store her embellishments. This would also store acrylic stamp sets and possibly embossing folders.



I posted this recently but I love how it fits in with the re-purposing theme today! It is a record storage cabinet turned into 12×12 paper pad and scrapbook storage.

Record Cabinet


I would love to see what you have re-purposed! leave me a comment with the details or link!


Product Review: {Recollections Washi Tape Dispensers}

Who doesn’t love Washi Tape? I know I do – it takes everything I have to keep from “collecting” every pattern and color out there! I have still managed to get my hands on several styles that I just couldn’t do without – wink, wink! I didn’t really have a good way of storing my rolls, until I came across these at Michael’s:



Here is another style:



And here are the two styles connected:



If you’ve read my other posts, you already know what a fan I am of the Recollections storage product’s. Especially when they put them on sale all the time! At the time I purchased these, they were 60% off. Sixty, as in 6-zero! I don’t know that I’ve ever seen them 60% off before! I know there are a zillion ways to store/display Washi Tape collections, but this particular product fits me and my storage needs to a “T”!

Be sure an let us know how you store your Washi Tape! ~ Doris

Storage Solution – Washi Tape

Hi there! My name is Laura and I blog over at Laura’s Crafty Life! I am so excited to be one of the new contributors to Craft Storage Ideas. I am a stay at home mom to two great kids. My son is 6 and my daughter is 3. At my blog you will find a whole hodge podge of ideas. I love to craft, organize, party plan and DIY. You can see a small glimpse of my craft room organization with my ribbon storage organization.

For my first post I wanted to share with you some creative ideas on how to store washi tape. It is one of my new favorite crafting supplies and I am starting to get quite a collection. Right now I have mine all stored in a wire basket, but if my stash gets any bigger I will definitely need a more organized, accessible solution. I don’t know about you, but if I can clearly see my supplies I am much more likely to use them.

washi tape storage

The first solution I found was this great dispenser from We R Memory Keepers on Amazon. This would be a great option for your favorite tapes to be readily available or if you have a small stash!


I love using the vertical space on my walls to organize in my craft room. There is only so much you can pile on your shelves before they are overflowing. This shutter washi tape display is fantastic. You can see all your tape right in the open.


Another vertical wall space display is this thrift store wooden grate that was repurposed into washi tape storage from Crab and Fish. I love the idea of repurposing something that once was made for a completely different purpose.


I love using bins and boxes for storing small craft items as well. At The Crafty Pickle, she used storage containers to easily see and store her washi tape in medium size, stackable plastic bins. This is very similar to my ribbon storage solution I use and I think would be a great way to store a large washi tape collection.

crafty pickle

Last, but certainly not least, here is another repurposed storage solution. Who would have thought to use a spice rack to store washi tape? At Studio D did! This looks like a great solution to easily be able to see and access all those beautiful tapes.


I hope this post has inspired you to get all those washi tape collections organized!


Trash to Treasure: Up-Cycled Craft Storage Ideas

I love seeing how people re-purpose their trash into useful and decorative storage. Here are some clever ideas to inspire you:

This great idea for twine storage, from The Scrap Shoppe Blog  started out as lowly empty Pringles containers:

twine containers

A variation on this theme from Pinterest, some re-purposed cans, make a cute desk storage unit. I love the mix of  patterns. These would be great made with different patterns from your favorite paper line:

Some more re-purposed tin from Pinterest, this time mounted to the wall. I love this idea for the craft room – particularly if your desk space is limited.  You could cover them with patterned paper or not:

This idea from Country Home uses empty cans covered with vintage labels printed on the computer. I love the idea of punching holes in them for the wires and hanging them on the rack:

From Puppy Love Preschool blog come these adorable altered jars – would love a set of these on my desk:

animal jars

Here simple jars wrapped with paper scraps become pretty desk storage for paintbrushes and pens (from Stampington and Co.):

re-purposed jars

Another clever re-purposed jar idea, this one from Curbly blog , uses washi tape to dress up cast-offs:

washi jars

This cute idea up-cycles mis-matched vintage tea cups and dishes for drawer storage that would be great for small embellishments. I’d actually glue these to the drawer bottom to prevent them from sliding around:

Another drawer storage idea, from Upcycle the Gift blog,  uses cereal boxes cut and covered with patterned paper. Great modular storage with limitless possibilities!

Hope these ideas inspire you to re-imagine your cast offs and put them to good use in your craft space!

CSI Valerie

Craft Room {The 36th Avenue}

What a terrible job I have, searching through hundreds of photos of craft rooms to find to bring to you! Ha ha! Sometimes, I don’t know how I am able to narrow it down to just one! However, when I came across this pretty craft room from The 36th Avenue, I knew it as the one I would want to share with you today!

I just love the soft color palette of the beige’s and white’s, with the pops of red here and there.

This looks like a cozy spot to sit and sew up some fun projects, don’t you think? Especially with all your tools hanging right there on your cute pegboard!

And how about this idea for storing and displaying your Washi tape collection? Hmmm…now where did my old cup tree go???

This dresser-turned-storage-cabinet looks awesome against the adorable polka dot wall!

Just look at all the supplies it will hold!

Is this window topper not the cutest thing ever??? I love how it adds just the right amount of color and design, while still allowing the natural light to shine on in.

Here’s another little peek around the room. Be sure to go to The 36th Avenue to check out all of the photos that Desiree has posted about her craft room. Not only will you get to see even more amazing shots of her beautiful room, she even links you back to some of the projects she’s created so you can make them too!

I hope you enjoyed today’s craft room tour. The next room I’ll be featuring will be my own! I’m so excited to show it to you, but I have a lot (a LOT) of work to do on it between now and then! As this is my last post until January, I want to take this opportunity thank you for allowing me to have a small part in your crafty life, and to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

See you in 2013!

My Little Corner of the World (Noelle McAdams of paper & ICE)

Hi there! Noelle here with a tour of my own Studio space today, I hope you like it. Not a big shocker that the walls are blue, I bet! Lately I’ve been thinking of repainting more of a robin’s egg blue, though. I just don’t want to deal with the mess of clearing it out so I can paint!  It’s my happy place, my own little corner of the world where I can get lost in my latest creative venture. Of course, like all crafters, I have a wish list a mile long! 😉 I wish it was bigger, that I could have custom built-ins, and that I had a room all to myself.  Also, a door to close would be nice for when I get into a creative frenzy. But I’m sure that many of you have similar issues that you are struggling with. Maybe I can help you with some of that, so come along with me to check it out!

This next shot is taken from the OUTSIDE of my craft room. That blue door on the right is actually my front door, so you can see how very much in plain sight my space sits. You can also maybe tell that there is no window to the outside in it (which means no natural light). It’s a very open space that everyone who comes over to my home can see. Budget has definitely been a consideration with this room in every configuration it’s seen since we bought this house nearly 7 years ago. Many of the containers I use are from the Dollar Spot at Target. I have a lot of open shelving, and that is great for being able to store all kinds of supplies, as well as change containers to suit my latest needs.


Here’s another challenge: see that GINORMOUS computer desk on the left hand side of this wall? That’s the computer my kids use, and our home office filing has to fit in this tiny room as well (I believe the dimensions of the room are 11’ square, pretty small for a room that serves so many purposes). The open shelving on the right was put up by hubby for me when we bought this house. They are just particle board shelves painted black and trimmed out with some decorative trim. The baskets with the little chalkboards are from Lowe’s. And I love that generally you can’t see what’s inside, so if what’s in the basket is a mess, no one will know! 😉 Since it’s Christmas time you are getting a peek at a few of my snowman collection on top of the desk.

Here’s my desk where I do all my projects. It’s not huge, so I usually have to clean up between every project so I can find everything and it doesn’t get buried. I have some problems with my back, and hubby bought me this nice ergonomic office chair to sit in for my birthday last year…. Shhh, don’t tell him that I thought it was ugly, though he does know I recently slipcovered it! 😉 It is very comfortable though. That black shelf that sits on the desk along that far wall is a piece of an old bookcase wall unit I took from my Gramma’s house years ago. I just painted it black and it fits right in, while providing more shelving. It’s very shallow so it doesn’t suck up too much precious flat space. On that shelf I keep my punches that can fold flat, my most-used tools, and all my supplies for embossing and glittering things.

My desk has 3 shallow drawers where I store most of my embellishments in clear compartmentalized boxes.

On my desk you can see this cool vintage train case that I use to store all my stamp pads. It cost me less than 20$ at an antiques place. It’s smaller and holds a lot more pads than my old inkpad organizer did. The pads on the right are current colors, the pads on the left with the red dots are retired colors, though I think I may have a few more I need to mark. The little drawer in this case is perfect to hold my Copics and Memento inkpads. On top there is a mini loaf pan holding a few things that I never used, and an old candy dish that I store all my fancy pins in. Both the candy dish and the loaf pan cost less than a dollar at the local thrift store. The blue tin holds my one set of Stampin’ Spots (tiny 1″ stamp pads).

Also on my desk the tiered organizer I recently showed you how to make.  I sure have LOVED having all these things out in plain sight (thanks again for this great tip, Valerie Mangan!) I have used a lot more of these bits and pieces since I have been able to see them!

This tall skinny shelf is where aaaaaalllllllllll of my stamps live. This used to be two shelves in our old house. There was never really a good home for them in this house, so I had hubby cut the curved top off one of them and attach them together in the back with metal plates. This has been such a great place to store my stamps, right in reach of my desk. It’s also relatively shallow, and I love that it doesn’t suck up too much floor real estate in the room. All the big oval silver buckets that hold my clear and cling stamps are from the Target Dollar Spot. I even managed to make a wee bit of room for my collection of “N’s,” my washi tape and watercolor pencils. I also have a few vintage metal drawers on the top shelf where I keep all my Inkadinkado stamps. I have a lot more of those than other brands since I won a lot of prizes from the Spotted Canary. The decorative stack of boxes on the floor to the right of the shelf hold some more, less used Stampin’ Up! sets.

There are cool little drawers in this shelf, too. They hold all my other pens and some of my smaller tools.

You can see on the left side of that same shelf I have attached some Command Adhesive hooks, and hung some more mini Dollar Spot pails. These hold all my gems and spritzes.

This is my die cutting area, under that window type opening that overlooks the living room. I have this rolling cart that my Cricut sits on. I love that I can roll it over to my desk so I can hook the machine up to my laptop, and for the times I use those BIG 12”x24” mats that need a lot of clearance in the back of the machine. In the box directly underneath the Cricut there is my Cuttlebug, and all the Cuttlebug pads. The polka dot bag on the floor to the left of the rolling cart holds all my cartridges, overlays, and booklets. There is a cup hook behind the rolling cart. On there I hook all my mats, and a current list of cartridges, so I don’t have to rifle through the bag every time I want to cut something. The black and white tins with lids on the bottom shelf are where I store my embossing folders.

This cool filing cabinet was given to me by a friend. The top three drawers hold all my 8 ½” x 11” Stampin’ Up cardstock, here’s a pic to show you how I organize that. The bottom drawer holds empty tins, boxes, things I might like to give a makeover too, and other craft supplies. You can also spy my cutesy apron hanging there that I use when I go to sell my wares at craft shows.

On a recent post, I showed you my hanging bar where I store these bags of themed items. It’s actually a curtain rod that was mounted upside down underneath this shelf. There is a giant Hefty slider bag for every theme, and also I have a bag for each of my 3 sons to store their report cards, school photos and other keepsakes that I like to scrapbook. This makes scrapbooking really fast when I’m working on a lot of Christmas pages, I just pull the Christmas bag. Some other themes I have bags for are: School, Sports, Animals, Autumn, Halloween, Boys/Brothers, and Alphabet Stickers. They are big enough to hold 12″ papers and sticker sheets. I use pant hangers to hang the bags from.

Under the hanging bars are the old suitcases I took from my grandparents home, they are the same color as all my favorite things, blue. 🙂 They are another great place for those “extra” items like extra pant hangers for my hanging bags, cookie sheets that I like to make into message boards and more random things.

I store all my wafer thin-dies on these magnetic knife bars from Ikea. I have one down lower, by that die cut center/rolling cart, where I keep the dies I’m currently using and the rest go up here above the filing cabinet. I only have 2 dies that are not this thin metal kind, so this pretty much covers it. I like how I can see all the dies at once.

These are my Itso cubes from Target. They sit on the end of my desk facing the doorway. (Gee I bet you can’t tell I buy almost everything at Target, can you? LOL). I mentioned here on my own blog that I had to cut my old Cropper Hopper paper pouches down a little bit to make them fit in here, but it worked fine. The paper has plenty of room, as you can see.

No space could possibly be wasted in my teeny room, even under the desk some things are stashed, my tool kit, my sewing machine and my vintage egg basket that I use to store all my non-Stampin’ Up! scraps.

These decorative shelves above my desk are handy and I love that they are metal so I can use a magnet to stick things to them! The little metal rectangular boxes (also from the Dollar Spot, I know, I know….) hold all my 6” paper pads nicely.

I also have this cool old milk crate that I use as sort of an extra shelf. On it you can see one of the vintage muffin tins that I use to store some of my favorite buttons, embellishments, and other goodies. It sure is nice having older kids now, that I can keep something like this within reach! 🙂

I have no closet in my room, but there is a little coat closet in the wall right outside my space. On the inside of that door, I have all my “old-school” chunky punches in a clear shoe container. I love that I can see them all at a glance.

Well, that is all for me today! I hope you like my space. Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂


Just One Tip: Using clothing hangers for craft storage

Hey all, Noelle here with a tip on some inexpensive storage, some that you might already have “hanging” around! 😉 I am not fortunate enough to have a closet in my space… not that it’s prevented me from hanging a curtain rod upside down under a shelf and making my own hanging bar, though! 🙂  But I bet many of you do have a closet, or maybe you’ve even turned a closet into your crafting space! Here are some ideas to incorporate clothing hangers as storage in your studio.

This has been one of my favorite storage solutions in my own studio. I use giant plastic zipper storage bags (2 ½ gallon sized) suspended from inexpensive pant hangers to store all my “themed” items. One is for Christmas, one is for Halloween, one for school, etc. I even have one bag for each of my kids keepsakes (things like report cards, certificates, and class photos) that I’d like to incorporate into their scrapbooks. It’s great, because, when I go to scrap, say a First Day of School page, I pull down the “School” bag, and rummage through to find my school papers, stickers, and embellishments. They are all right there together, I just love that!

While searching around for other cool hanger ideas, I came across these….

Use a vintage hanger as a frame! This would be a great way to showcase your kids art, or your most recent scrapbook page.

Use a scarf or shirt hanger to store ribbon lengths on.

You might remember in my “Ribbon Re-do” I used a multi-tiered pants hanger with arms that swing out to store ribbon spools.

If you are a jewelry maker, adding cup hooks to a wood hanger, could be a great way to store strings of beads, or lengths of chain.

Going back to the pant hanger idea, here’s a great way to store fabric so you can see it all without rummaging through a big pile.

How about using hangers to store tissue paper, so it doesn’t get crushed or torn?

And if you want to dress up some hangers to make them look pretty in your space, here’s a clever way to use some of that scrapbook paper or fabric on those free wire hangers from the dry cleaners. This could even make a fun gift!

Do you think you could use some more hanging storage? There are so many great closet organizational goodies out there that could be used for crafts, just think of all the possibilities! 🙂

Thanks for popping by Craft Storage Ideas! See you again very soon!


Contemporary Vintage Mix {Lexi Bridges}

Lexi Bridges currently designs for October Afternoon and is a Two Peas Garden Girl. I’ve been a fan of her work for a long time.

When I see the details of her craft space I am instantly reminded of her scrapbooking style: whimsical simplicity with contemporary and vintage flair. She effortlessly mixes these elements in her craft room – vintage finds combined with spare white contemporary furnishings. Here are a few peeks of Lexi’s cool scrap room:

Lexi's Desk

Ikea picture rail shelves are a great storage solution for a mist collection:

Lexi Mist Storage

I love how Lexi mixed in vintage artwork like the paint-by-numbers painting:

4 details

Here a variety of vintage containers corral small and loose items:

vintage small

vintage containers

Washi and twine storage with a clever Scrabble sentiment:

washi storage

A vintage mail sorter serves as the ultimate ribbon and punch organizer:

mail sorter

A vintage shelf with lots of personality contains stamping supplies:

stamp shelf

I love a craft space that reflects the owner’s personality!  For more details, check out Lexi’s blog!

Studio Tour with Janna Werner

Here’s a big welcome to Janna Werner!  Janna still lives in her hometown of Oldenburg, Germany with her Danish husband Jesper, their dog Sindri, two rabbits and a few fish! Her passion for paper and paint started in April of 2010 when cardmaking, scrapbooking and mixed media art totally captured her heart.

Janna teaches German scrapbooking and mixed-media classes online and is also the co-publisher of the German magazine “ die Scrapperin“.

Janna is also currently serving as a guest adviser on, and I have it on good authority that she’s amazing in her critiques and advice!



The thought process behind all my storage solutions is that I need to be able to see what is inside the boxes/totes/cupboards in my room. I chose transparent boxes, open cupboards and have most embellishments in open boxes as well. Because of this I can find my supplies very quickly. The design team supplies I receive are each in one to two boxes (sometimes three, depending on how much they send me *laughs*) and they are always close to my crafting table. Things I do not need frequently are a bit further away from my table. I store similar supplies in one place, like all scissor in one drawer, all stickles in another etc.

Washi tape love

We moved into our new home in April 2012. The walls of my room were painted in coral. As we wanted to paint my room anyways, we asked the previous owners to leave the walls as they were. I bought some fantastic lime green color to cover one of my walls with, but after painting two other rooms in our house, I really had enough! The walls in my scrap room are still coral and I have to admit I do not like color too much. So, this winter, I will have to move everything out of my scrap room and get some fresh paint onto my walls 🙂 This is something I really need to do since I spend so much time in my crafting room and shouldn’t make any compromises.

Billy bookshelves

Three out of four walls in my room slope; I have only one wall where I can put the Billy cupboards from Ikea. Luckily, IKEA sells the small Expedit cupboards which are quite cheap and fit perfectly!

Clear drawer units
1. What kind of budget did you have when organizing your space?

I didn’t and do not spend a lot of money on my room. All my furniture is from Ikea, the plastic boxes are 4 Euro each. The big crafting table was a present from my mother´s friend – she bought a new one and asked if somebody wanted it. You can find gorgeous storage things on flea markets as well, it doesn´t always have to be new and shiny. I like the antique flair of furniture and storage 🙂

Worktable drawers
Worktable surface
2. What was/is your greatest challenge?

My biggest challenge is to organize my supplies and to put them in places where I will definitely find them! 🙂  It’s important to see what materials I have, otherwise I won´t use them. That´s why all of the transparent plastic boxes work for me. I am also a hoarder… you know? I can´t throw things away, as I *might* use them someday in the future…that rarely happens though 🙂

Clear bins are perfect for design team materials

3. Are you a “organize it once” kind of girl, or are your storage solutions constantly evolving?

I am more of an *organized chaos* kind of person. My craft room tends to be a total mess, but I find everything I need within a minute. I rarely re-organize my drawers and boxes as it takes too much time to get used to a new system, but if something isn’t working, I definitely change my storage solutions

Paper storage
Pen and tool storage
4. What is one thing you’d like to improve about your storage/organization?

I´d like to be better at not keeping everything because I might need it someday. So, my new rule is if it hasn´t been touched within the last twelve months – get rid of it!

An alternate desk

I love Janna’s space!  And the fact that she has sloping walls and still makes it work is awesome.  How many people think they can’t make good use of a room because it has quirks or negatives?  Janna’s space is a great example of making those negatives work!

To learn more about Janna, her work and her scrap space, check out her blog here and join her on Instagram – her user name is @jannawerner.