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This entire week has been spent cleaning out the office end of our family room. Of course, in the middle of all that, I decided I had enough scrapbooking, stamping and crafting stuff to have a garage sale. That was accomplished on Friday, with medium success. It was helped out at the end by my neighbor's mother purchasing 3 of my Longaberger baskets, and 2 additional sales on Saturday that amounted to $50! And I wasn't even having the sale on Saturday! One was the older lady who bought all my books, and one was a lady who came back to buy some of my scrapbooking kits. YIPPEE! I packed the rest away for the fall city-wide sale.

Anyway, I think I'll be brave enough to post before, during and after pics so you can see how much work this project was!

BEFORE:DURING: (everything was basically in the rec area of the room)
AFTER: (yes, that's Patrick Dempsey as the wallpaper on my computer)The furniture is still mix and match, but at least I have plenty of storage, and the drawer cabinets (2) that I got from work are AWESOME! I have all of my scrapbooking and stamping stuff in there, labeled on the outside of the drawer. Well, mostly labeled as we ran out of tape for the labeler. Will finish that sometime this week.I am exhausted! It's been a very busy week. I still have some stuff to put up out of the other end of the room, but the job is almost complete! I vow NEVER to let it get so unorganized again!


Cindy said…
:) I have that same wallpaper on my computer. Gotta love PD!!!
Rockyn Robyn said…
Hey..... I know those drawers!I wish I had a room of my own like that! You lucky kid!
Lenore said…
YAY for organization. If you could only see the way my corner looks right now...

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