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Topic: Any ideas for making a scrapbooking work-area in a tiny apartment?  (Read 2787 times)
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« Reply #10 on: September 12, 2007 03:15:38 PM »

I keep most of my scrap stuff in a flat tub under a long folding table in the office (spare bedroom) which is already packed.  That way it is easy to put it all away and the tub can go under a bed if I need it to.

How do you fit it all in a flat tub? Or rather, how flat is flat? I'm picturing one of those under the bed containers, and I'm not sure that would hold all my stuff!  I think my marker container might be taller than one of those.
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« Reply #11 on: October 30, 2007 07:32:09 PM »

Thank you, everyone, for the ideas!  I haven't been on here much recently (taking classes and working full time sucks!  Can't wait till December!)  Needless to say, I haven't had any time for scrapbooking or other "me" crafts;  all my time is spent doing art projects for school.  Well, at least they're fun sometimes.  But how lame is it to do research papers for Design classes!?  Oh, well.  I love the ideas for folding tables/ desks and rolling carts.  Great ideas.  Even better is the "news" that my bf finally agreed to move us into a 2-bedroom apt in December, when classes end.  Yay!!!!  Then I'll have MY OWN WORK SPACE.  Hallelluia.  (sorry, 4 hrs of sleep and my spelling skills suck, LOL.)
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