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Blog: Hoptownracer's Frugal Tips and Craft Projects

Plastic Shelving Unit for Scrapbooking

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Needing more storage for scrapbooking paper and supplies?  After drooling over the pretty scrapbooking rooms some people shared on the internet, I looked for a solution for housing all of my craft, scrapbooking and sewing supplies.  I came across a $23.00 plastic shelving unit at the department store (like the kind people use in their garage or for food storage in a pantry.)  It worked perfect.  The only tool I required to put it together was a rubber mallet.  The shelves even had room for my sewing machine on the bottom shelf.  Although, not as fancy as built-ins, wooden bookcases or custom purchased products; it is very nice and clean, functional, and gives me lots of storage.     http://i47.tinypic.com/2n0796f.jpg
I am still in the process of covering the cardboard box paper holders with old calendars, fabric etc..

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Scrapbooking and Sewing Storage

hoptownracer1

Scrapbooking and Sewing Storage and Organization. How did I get so much stuff? No wonder I could'nt fit it in bags!

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