So, for Workspace Wednesday, I am featuring my Ikea drawer unit.
Mostly, it contains my various wooden stamps. Way back when, I was a Stampin' Up distributor. Needless to say, I collected a lot of stamps. So this Alex drawer unit houses most of those stamps. It is great because I can lay the stamps flat so that I can still see them.
The top drawer contains mostly frames and a few larger stamps. Also a Vintage set from Anthropologie.
This drawer contains most of my letter stamps, including months, weeks, and numbers. I also have a few eraser stamps that I carved stored in this drawer.
These stamps are mostly circles and flowers. Believe it or not, I have already given away two big boxes of Stampin' Up stamps. The ones that I have kept are ones that I feel can be used over and over, or are simply my favourite.
Now this drawer is my little collection of stamps that I keep buying at Michaels for only $1.50 each! These ones are my absolute favourites and I smile every time I open this drawer.
And in the bottom drawer, I am storing my punches. Once again, I find this a great way to have them spread out so that I can see what I am looking for.
Perched on top of this drawer unit is my beloved Silhouette Cameo. It is not the ideal place for it. I am trying to find a more permanent solution so that I don't have to pull it out when I want to use it. But for now, it is in a safe place.
And all of this is tucked underneath one of my work tables, so as I am working away, I simply have to bend down and pull out a drawer. Alongside this unit is my vintage typewriter (also needing a more permanent place), garbage can, recycle bin, and in the back, rolls of my pretty paper.
So there you have it, another peek into my workspace with a focus on stamp and punch storage.
I'd be interested in knowing how you store your wooden stamps and punches...