My Scrap Room / 2018

Hi Everyone! This is my first blog post as a Hip Kit Club design team member, so please let me introduce myself and share some pictures about my favorite place in my house, my little scrap corner!

I’m from Hungary, a little country in middle Europe… we have pretty hot summers, spicy foods, and a difficult history… I’m an economist and I’ve always been interested in numbers so right now I have FOUR kids, TWO hobbies, ONE husband, and ZERO time… I always have been a creative person never stopped making home decorations, paper crafts, and DIY projects. 

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I’m so happy to share a little tour of my scrap area! My crafty space feels a lot like me…not super organized and always “in progress”. I’ve got a corner in the room where my craft tables are set up, overlooking the rest of my children's play area.

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My computer, my printer, and my Silhouette Cameo are at the top of my list of “must-have” items for my projects. I print all my photos at home and can’t imagine a layout without some die-cut letters or shapes. I have two memo boards by my desk that I fill with my favorite layouts. On the bottom board are my “in progress” or “it will soon in progress” photos, quotes, and inspiring pictures. It always reminds me that I have so many things yet to do!

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I love decorating my little corner with my DIY projects, which creates a personalized space that perfectly embraces who I am.

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I keep my kits and mixed media stuff in square plastic storage boxes with divided trays. I like to take everything out of its packaging and trim everything out before I get started. This way I can see all of my stuff and find the perfect elements.

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My craft area is always open… I create things together with my kids, sometimes friends, but never with my husband… he just enjoys the results:)

Thanks so much for hanging out with me today in my little scrap corner!

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