How do you approach scrapbooking family stories that are long, and that might require input from other people?
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Picks of the Week
- Kroby Floor and Table lamps (one by the reading chair and one on my desk)
- Kassett CD and DVD boxes (for storing software & stuff on bookshelves) – I want to get the matching magazine holders too.
- Supply Cupboard: made from Besta shelving unit with 2 Besta Vara Doors, 3 sets adjustable legs and 1 pair of Svep Knobs (unit is actually intended to be a TV stand but is perfect height to fit under our window)
- Tullsta arm chair (for guests, reading, etc)
- Mike’s Desk: Vika Amon (top) with Vika Annefors (left side legs) and 3 Vika Curry legs.
I’d post pictures but Mike has half the room torn apart restringing some cables for his computers! Whoops!