Janice's NEW Scrapbook Room!!!!!!
It's still not 100% completed. There is still a ton of goodies chomping at the bit waiting for admission to this place, but let's take a closer look anyway, shall we?
This is Janice. This is Janice showcasing her new Cricut station. The shelves were kindly donated by Kristin. And this is where Janice will be listening to the Cricuts - she has both, you know - into the wee hours of the night! You go, girl!
This is Janice's Stamp Station. Here she will stamp and stamp and stamp some more - making all those wonderful greeting cards that make all of her friends, co-workers, relatives and customers happy! AND these are Janice's stamps! I'm sure this is just the tip of the iceberg!
This re-purposed ladder is so cute in the corner with some of Janice's vintage quilts on it. It makes this "HUGE" room feel so warm and cozy.
You saw this little white cabinet in the "before" pictures. Janice painted the detail to match the room. So nice!
This rustic green table is now under the window. It will house many a treasure, I'm sure!
No scrap room would be complete without the jars of colorful floral. Here are Janice's above the paper rack.
This cute bench fits perfectly under the big window. Very, very inviting!
The little stool that Janice also repainted for her room. I'm sure her grand-kiddos will use it plenty!
One side of Janice's new 4' x 6' work table has this very adorable, yet practical, vintage, repurposed desk.
The other end has this equally nice and versatile shelving - complete with a vintage yardstick with tons of patina - AND I JUST LOVE PATINA!!!!
Through this whole transformation process, Janice has thanked and thanked me for my help, inspiration, and ideas. BUT, let me tell you something, my friends, Janice has a TON of talent and style! She just doesn't let on.
Just take a look at these beauties....
Janice, I had a blast helping and I am SO glad that this little slice of heaven is now yours. You deserve it! You are always doing so much for everyone around you. You are the Jazzy Gram to us all!
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