Tuesday, July 27, 2010

ScrapBox

Here are pictures of my new ScrapBox all full and ready to use. I am so excited. I still have more clean up but the box is full of what I want to keep and now I am ready to make some cards.
This is the box closed.
This the mask my daughter brought back to me from New Orleans when she was there for the NCAA Tournament. She played in the Pep band for ODU. I thought it was a perfect place to put it.


This is the middle of the box right above the desk. This is where I put my current DSP Paper, embossing folders, glitters and other stuff.

This is where I keep my 12 x 12 paper and other supplies. I have marked them so they are easy to find. This is on the left side of the box.

This is the far left hand side of the box. It is all velcro.

This is the right side of the box where I keep larger supplies, rub-ons, and my current scraps according to the collection they are in.

This is the far right side of the box, also velcro.

This is the middle again looking down at the desk folded down.

This is the desk when it is folded out ready to use. I have a great lamp to use.

This is my Big Shot stuff under the desk.

This is the box looking to the left from the middle.

This is the box looking to the right from the middle.

You can store stuff on top and it does not move when you move the box. Great construction. This is my retired button vase.

This is the company who makes the box.

This is closing it up from the left side.

This is closing the rest of the left side and latching it.

And this is the box completely shut again and rolled back into place. The C is a gift for my daughter made with our new newsprint paper.

Hope you enjoyed the tour of my new box.

9 comments:

rush8888 said...

i don't have facebook, and i don't want or need it, but i wanna see your stuffs! waaaaa!

Kim Kowal said...

Jen, can't access the photos from your link. Where are they in your photos?? I'll take a look. Email me kowal6211@verizon.net

Joanne Gilch said...

Jen, made you a friend on fb...will that allow me to view the pics? O1 I do hope so. Have been waiting for this!!!

jmniffer said...

I don't do facebook but I can imagine the smile on your face as you look at all your stuff nice and organized! Enjoy.
jmniffer at comcast dot net

Kathy Mc said...

I don't do Facebook either. Tend to agree with Betty White ~ it's a big waste of time. : ) My husband's cousin emails her facebook link so we can see her photos because we refuse to join the millions of FB fans. Sorry!

Kathy W said...

wow, that holds a ton in such a small space- enjoy it!

rush8888 said...

gosh...the storage goes on and on...

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Hi Jennifer,

Love the photo's you have posted here but did you intend to link the post title to your FB page. I'd like to share this posts link but all I get for it is an invitation to join FB. Any chance of changing that. So far of all the people who've showed photos of their scrapbox yours is the most detailed and I'd like others to be able to see them.

Can't wait to hear how it works out for you over time. I've been looking at these for a long time but wondered how useable they were for the long term. I hope you'll keep us updated on how you continue to use it and like it.

Sandi said...

I looked at this when I was at Convention, but didn't have time to leave a comment (due to lack of sleep). I cannot believe how much this holds. What an awesome purchase. And yes, please keep us updated on how you like this -- it's a lot of money, but looks like it is perfect if you don't have a lot of space.
Hugs,
S. Dailey
gdailey@concentric.net

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