Well as promised here are the photos of my new shelving/cabinet to store some of my stamps, papers and other miscellaneous supplies.
There is still some work needed to be done to finish this cabinet .... first up there will be sliding doors fitted to the front on the long portion so that everything is hidden .... something I am looking forward to. There are a few other cosmetic things like wood beading and stuff like that .... but the main thing is that they are usable ... the rest will come in a few weeks or so. There will also be some sort of door on the short piece at the corner of the shelves ... not sure what but my DH does which is all that really matters.
This unit sits upon my stamp cupboards ..... it is only the top section which we are remodelling. Right now it may look a bit of a mish mash in that the top is white and the bottom is wood .... when everything is finished they will both look the same.
This is just phase one of the remodelling .... there are more shelves to be remodelled on the other side of the room.
This photo shows my paper storage area. These open portion stores all my A4 card (approx 8.5 inches x 11.5" card). The drawers on the left of the A4 card area is for my DP. I so love these drawers!
This section stores my stamps ... the 2 & 1 inch drawers are for wood mounted stamps ... and the folders at the top part store some of my unmounted stamps. As you can see I still need to get a few more 1 inch drawers which I will get next week.
It was a little harder to get a good photo of the corner part of this area. The corner section on the right stores more um stamps at the top. Embellishments like brads, eyelets, buttons etc. Punches are stored in the yellow drawers .... templates and various other stamping tools in the bottom section ... I also need a few more 2 inch drawers ... these 6 drawers will store various bits and pieces.
Turning the corner are plastic drawers which store various other items used for stamping.
Well that is it for now ..... I am so happy with my new system it looks much tidier than what I had before and as my stamping area is located in a main area of my house I would prefer it to look tidy. Of course it will look even better once it is all finished.