Paperclipping Roundtable #32: God Bless Ikea

How do you approach scrapbooking family stories that are long, and that might require input from other people?

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The Panel

Picks of the Week

In case you are curious…when I said my office was half Ikea, I wasn’t kidding! Here’s the pieces that we have in Mike’s and my new joint office (instead of an office/scraproom I now have a guestroom/scraproom, and we have a joint office since we are working together full-time now):

I’d post pictures but Mike has half the room torn apart restringing some cables for his computers! Whoops!

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2 Responses to Paperclipping Roundtable #32: God Bless Ikea

  1. Veronica Hugger August 13, 2010 at 10:30 am #

    I’ve been eying the Ikea Varde cabinet for years. I think it would make the BEST crop table for me and my fellow scrappers who scrap standing up.
    The Counter storage unit wouldn’t be a bad choice either!

  2. Sharon B August 18, 2010 at 2:36 pm #

    The Ikea Forhoja kitchen cart is the perfect place for my Cricut Expression and Sizzix Big Shot Express. Two drawers house my Cricut cartridges and Sizzix dies and the shelves below hold finished albums and plenty of other misc. “stuff”. The cart is the perfect height to use the Cricut while standing up, plus I can easily move the cart to another room in the house if I need to.

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