Hey there! I'm over on the Citrus Twist blog sharing my work space today and I thought I'd share some photos here as well.
The one thing that's different about my space nowadays is that I keep almost everything out in open containers.
By having everything where I can see it, and keeping only the things I really love and use, I think my space is a lot more efficient.
My Raskog cart holds my basic tools, from hole punches to paper trimmers.
I can fit a surprising amount of stamps in this bin, and they are easy to flip through.
I still haven't settled on an album size, but right now I'm using a lot of 6x8, like for my kid's school albums. I can fit all of their memorabilia in two albums each (K-8 and high school).
I keep clear plastic bins which I separate by company (Crate Paper, October Afternoon, Simple Stories). I also have one for my December Daily, and one for things I still need to scrap.
My favorite container is a wood coffee box where I keep 3x4 cards sorted by color.
So that's a quick look in my space. There are some more pictures and details over on the Citrus Twist blog. How do you organize your scrapbooking space? Do you have an entire room or just a small nook set aside?