Hello and welcome to another Workspace Wednesday. Patricia here with you to share how organize my products.
First, I'll show you how I organize my October Afternoon products. I prefer them to be more spread out in other organizers, but to save room, I have embellishments and stamps grouped right now.
I usually go through and pick what I want to work with, so this is a great way for me to 'see' what I have.
I love the roller stamps, my favorites. A quick way for me to see which I want to use was to save the packaging. They show you what is on each stamp. So I just put them on a big ring.
I did the same with the washi. The packaging has an example of the washi already on it, so just put on a big ring as well.
Then for each roller, I used a Sharpie pen and marked what they were on the tops.
All of these containers were purchased at Target. I have a separate container for washi tape, but I want to keep all October Afternoon togther, and this works great for me.
My space is the smallest room in our house, and is more of a practical work area than it is a formal 'studio.'
My daughter shares this space with me. Between the mess she can make and my mess, we are quite a pair.
I keep most of papers by teams in these Itso bins on the other side of the room.
Jill and the team were discussing 'keeping it real' with our workspace, this is not nearly as messy as it has been, but thought it would be fun to take a picture of how my room looks right now. It is not unlikely that I'll have one project going on my main work desk and then another there on the left near the Silhouette and my computer. Sometimes I am pressed for time, and I work well under pressure and in a complete mess. But I usually will have everthing put back and ready for the next project.
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