To my left there is a white shelf which I put these blue and green fabric thingies that I found at Walmart. In here I've got big things that won't fit in a drawer... my punches, my acrylic stamps, and my 8 X 8 paper. On the top of the shelf I have a box for large photos, some flowers, and my sewing machine (that I never used, because I don't know what the hell I'm doing!) When I get the money I want to replace this with a Baker's rack, that I can do my stand up cutting with my making memories trimmer and my sizzix. To my right there is a big gorgeous window that has a little ledge. It is not organized as nicely as I would like it to be, but it will do for now. On it I have this really cool wooden thing that displays my ridiculous collection of flowers. Next to that are my boxes of photos organized by date. Beside them are some scrapbooking books and the Creating Keepsakes Fun With Photos Memories and More Binders. I think I want to get rid of those, but I have no idea. Below the window are 3 white sterilite tubs that I got at walmart, these are full of my cardstock, patterned paper, and kits. I like to be able to thumb through my supply so this worked best for me!
To the right of my desk is a file cabinet with my HP printer/scanner on top. To the right of that is another set of 12 X 12 Sterilite drawers that house tools I don't use often, felt, foam, rubber stamps, and little things like that.
Next to the window I have a panel of black pegboard (found at Walmart), on this pegboard I have all of my stickers and packaged things. Trey calls this the wall of shame. LOL.
This is the right side of my desk. I use the pegboard to hold some tools, and the items for my current project. I just got the making memories carousel (did not realize how big that bad boy is), but I love it. I keep a basket on my desk for all my pens, my zig writers, and there's a glass cutting mat. There is also a place for me to set my laptop, so I can hook it to the printer or the pazzles.
The left side of my desk holds this shelf thingie I got at AC Moore for like $30. It's kind of like the one Making Memories has, only cheaper LOL. In front of it, most of the left side of the desk is taken by my Pazzles Inspiration! I love this little piece of machinery, even if I don't plug it up and use it as much as I should!
There you have it! It is all nice and neat, and probably will never look like this again. Thank you for reading my blog, and checking out the scraproom I worked so hard on!