A Virtual Journal of My Stampin’ Studio

I have gathered together and added to the notes and photos I have been sharing on my blog and Stampin' Pretty Facebook Page over the last few months as I completed My Stampin' Studio.  I still plan to put together a full video tour.  However, that requires more time than I have recently had (dueling with technology, running my Stampin' Up! business and getting ready for the Stampin' Up! cruise this weekend).  Please be patient, my friends.  I'll get there!

Here is the link to A Virtual Journal of My Stampin' Studio.  It's a good place to start to see how the new studio evolved–with lots of tips sprinkled in.

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  1. Hello Mary: yesterday the link to your virtual tour was not loading, grrrr!! Today it worked, go figure.
    I love your stamping studio, it’s so functional and beautiful, love all the light coming from outside but the lighting inside is superb.
    I bet you are enjoying every minute you spend in this fabulous room.
    Thank you for sharing.

  2. Hi Jan: I have all the details and lots of photos at the link included in the post. It will take you to My Stampin’ Studio blog! Hugs, M

  3. Hi Vicki: I put my cardstock scraps in plastic sleeves and then put the sleeve on top of the full sheets of 8.5 x 11 paper within each slot. It keeps the dust off the full sheets of cardstock. I often have to wipe the plastic sleeve exterior on my apron (or jeans) to knock down the dust but the paper is protected! Good question. M

  4. Too funny, Susan. At least Brian got the video shot!

  5. Barbara Frock

    I LOVE your stamping studio!!! I am envious! Half of my things don’t get used ’cause I don’t know where I put them!

  6. Totally functional, perfect size, a place for everything I presume. Mary you have a gift for design in all aspects. I just have one question – what is your wall color, and what is the cabinet color? Beautiful soft subtle palette.

  7. Nancy Farrell

    Love your new colors. Very soft. 🙂

  8. This is amazing! I love the under cabinet lighting for sure. While I do love the pop of color from your paper, I can’t do that — too much dust. I also live in Arizona so how are you handling the dust?

  9. I thought this was Brian King’s fungeon!!!

    Just kidding! Your studio is gorgeous!


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