Crafts-Hobbies Vivian | 28 Aug 2010 11:26 pm

Scrapbooking Rooms – Designing Rooms To Transform Clutter into A Scrapbooking Oasis

If you are a scrapbooker, then you know how all those supplies add up quickly. All those papers, embellishments, and albums can take up a lot of space and need appropriate organizational methods for safe storage. Many scrapbook enthusiasts are turning to scrapbooking rooms as a way to organize their scrapbooks as well as having a place to enjoy their scrapbooking hobby.

An entire room can be transformed into a special scrapbook room. Many people convert a guest room or an unused bedroom into a custom place for creating scrapbooks. If space is limited, you can convert a small corner into your scrapbooking space with the use of specialize scrapbook furniture.

As with all projects, it is best to start with a plan. Decide where your scrapbooking room will be and then take careful measurements. This will help when you are choosing scrapbook furniture and other organizational components. Make sure there is ample lighting in the room and that you will have adequate space to work. Draft a sketch of how you would like things to be arranged when your room is completed. Taking this step now will prevent unforeseen space planning issues later on.

Some items that you can include in your scrapbooking room include a work surface which may be a large desk area, organizational units for storing scrapbook paper, embellishments, and ribbons. You can find a wonderful assortment of 12 x 12 stacking paper trays, file drawers, small bins, and other organizational tools for your scrapbooking supplies at your local arts and crafts store. I抳e even found a modular crafting desk and storage system at my local discount store, which allows complete customization.

Creating a scrapbooking room can be almost as much fun as making a fabulous scrapbooking album. Mix and match until you achieve the desired functionality and look that you desire.

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