Today I am sharing information about
some of the organizational items I use in my classroom/workshop.
The photo on the left is of my ink pad holder, as you can see I am out of room and I have stacked all the new colors on top. Well, I just emailed Zane (the maker of these wonderful creations) for a new holder, see his website at: http://www.zaneswoodworks.com .
I absolutely LOVE these products and I am excited for my new ink pad holder to arrive. As you can see, I have them hanging on my walls and I like that because they are off the counter or table tops and out of my way and I always know where to go for these items. I will also ask Zane if he is making a wheel holder for the jumbo wheels yet. When we lived in Boise, I drove 1 1/2 miles to Zane's house to pick up my order. (He's in Meridian, Idaho) He's in his 20's or early 30's and has a really nice family! Anyhow, some of you have emailed me to ask how I organize my classroom/workshop and that is what prompted this post today. I have more photos of on my webshots site (link listed in the left column) just click the folder that says; Gwen's Stamp Room. Next year we are adding a cabinet and counter system along the wall with the cardstock and stamp sets , and then we will add full carpeting to the room. I want to stamp the walls, but the things I have tried just do not suit me yet. I tried the clear shelf paper mentioned but its to slick and it smears, I have searched for rolls of BLANK wall paper border and wallpaper to stamp on and came up empty handed. So if you know of any place that carries that kind of paper let me know! I want to stamp on adhesive paper then cut the images out and put them on my walls. I really want to use our Wild Rose stamp set for this project. Time will tell. Well, I have hot chocolate chip cookies to pull from the oven, I made a batch of fudge today also in prep for the holiday this week. Tomorrow will be the pies and thawing the bird and ham. I am going to do something each day to make Thursday less work and more fun for the family.