Scrap Spaces

Sunday Scrap space

August 2, 2009

Hi there readers! Starting this week we’ve got a fun new, regular feature – ‘Sunday Scrap Space’, where one of our Design Team members shares their scrap space, storage tips and a new layout just for you!

Sunday Scrap spaceThis week we visited Renee’s scrap area, please welcome Renee!

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Name: Renee Ludlow
Hometown: Canberra
Occupation: Stay at home mum
I can’t live without….my family and chocolate
My favourite dessert is… Tiramisu
My inspiration is found here…..I love looking through magazines for inspiring ideas and techniques as well as blog hopping.
On my playlist…Pink Funhouse
On my desk… other than a mess, a computer, 2 monitors, phone,   ott-lite, tools and photos.
What I love the most about Kaisercraft is…Gorgeous ranges and quality at a very affordable price.

Now, how gorgeous (and ridiculously clean) is her scrap area? : )

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Renee’s scrap desk – how gorgeous, and organised?

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Where she stores all her embellishments, tools and much more!

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Renee’s nifty storage idea!

Storage Tips:

“I love using binders as a storage option.  I clip tags onto the binders to tell me what’s inside, this makes it easier to change binders around if I want other things in them later on.”

“My papers are in a storage rack with a dust cover to keep them all protected, everything else is kept in drawers and away from little hands and curious minds.  I like keeping things altogether, so I have a drawer for stamps,  a drawer for ribbon, a drawer for material etc. I also find it helpful to keep things that I use frequently within easy reach.  So because I use a lot of lace, this is hung up on my shelves so that I can grab it as required.”

And here’s a layout Renee’s created on her clean scrap desk….

Duchess-Renee LudlowCOMPMaterials: Kaisercraft Duchess paper range, embroidered badge, epoxy brads, stamps, die cut elements and rubons; paper flowers (snow and baby pink); ‘Take flight’ rubons,  Chipboard Alphabet #1.

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10 Comments

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  • Reply rona August 2, 2009 at 10:37 am

    woo hoo Renee, your scrap space is just gorgeous, love the binder idea

  • Reply Tanya August 2, 2009 at 11:15 am

    Renee! WOW, I absolutely love your neat and organised scrap space! Just gorgeous :)

  • Reply Pam August 2, 2009 at 7:23 pm

    oh so neat!! I love the binder idea too.

  • Reply Sandra August 2, 2009 at 8:01 pm

    Renee, I’m a bit green now…just a little bit jealous!! Since I’m still scrapping on the dinnertable and always have to put my things away when the table is needed for eating etc., I love your scrap space. And so organised!! And I love your layout! !!

  • Reply Alicia August 2, 2009 at 11:11 pm

    Beautiful layout Renee. Thanks for sharing your space.

  • Reply Elizna August 3, 2009 at 1:00 am

    Now that’s neat and tidy! I’ll have to fly you in to help me tidy up….hie-hie! Love your layout.

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  • Reply Krischelle Page September 8, 2009 at 8:41 pm

    Your scrap space is just the way I would like to see my new combined office/scrap area… I think the binder idea is perfect that area, could you tell me how you store your goodies in the binders?!

  • Reply Sandra September 15, 2009 at 8:20 am

    I’m in awe of your beautiful scrap space. :)

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