In case you missed it, check out our comprehensive post on making your own scrapping space here.
Susan Dupre recently moved and now has her own scrap room – lucky gal! Take a look at what she did for a desk (photo below). Here is what she tells us about how it was made, "I purchased a hollow 6 foot door and painted it white. I then used the storage cubes that you can purchase from Michaels or Target as my base. I have a huge area to work on, and it is even big enough for a second scrapper. The rest of the furniture came from Ikea and was inexpensive. My color scheme came from the rug which was purchased at Pottery Barn Teen." I love the idea that there is room for a friend to come over and scrap too!
Ali MacDonald shows her scrapbook rooms with lots of tips for organizing. She recently reorganized her space and has lots of photos posted to illustrate the changes. Take a look here. Also, one photo is shown below.
Jane Dean has been showing more of her new off site scrapbook studio. Here she shows photos of her children helping to decorate the walls. They put up a patterned paper bunting all around the room. See one photo below. What a great way to use extra scrapbook papers! See lots more photos of Jane's space here on her blog.
Erin Clarkson's scrapbook room is shown here on the Scrapbooks Etc. site. One photo is also shown below. This studio is made in an unused attic!