Okay – this whole process has really inspired me to Scrap. As I’ve been working on this room, we’ve had a set of pictures pulled out to use in the photos of the room going together. Today, I finally sat down at the desk and did a bit of scrapping.
For those of you who know me well, you know my father passed away almost 3 years ago. I’ve been moving this pile of pictures around for the last year, trying to find time to turn it into a layout that conveyed the silly, fun, loving man my father was. He was a wonderful grandfather to my boys and an incredible husband to my mother. I decided to keep the layout simple – like sunshine. I didn’t actually get time to “glue” it together, but here’s the almost finished, first work of art from my new Scrapbook Room.
The light is a little bit “wonky”, but you get the idea.
Thanks so much for taking a break from the “getting the room” together series with me. I’ll be back on track with photo storage and printer set up soon.
Yes I love the table. I would like to know where I can get one. Been looking for a crafting desk top that is I this type of shape.
This table is from office depot. For the most part I really love it, it does have one flaw. Paper seems to create a sort of “vacuum” to the glass top, so it’s a little bit difficult to pick up small piece of paper or slide them around. The upsides are many; very easy to clean, inexpensive, lightweight, easy to move, our companion cart fits perfectly underneath this table allowing me total flexibility for drawer configuration. I can use my basic “office supply cart”, my color cart, or my die cut cart – whichever is appropriate to the project I am doing at the time.