Mar 14 2011

classroom ready to go

This is the second last post about me getting organized in my stamp studio.  This area is where my customers and their guests, demonstrators in my team (downline) stamp and create.  This picture represents what the stamping area looks like after a small class.  When my classes are bigger, I open up the tables to create a larger stamp area.  Last year, I placed on the wall, magnetic boards to post cards and scrapbook pages.

I love to display my definitely decorative pieces.  This tray I created with the Manhattan flowers.  They come in an assortment of colors and sizes.  We recently added definitely decorative pieces in the 3 girls rooms.  I’ll have to take pictures to show you, they are so excited.

Hope you are having a wonderful day, regular stamping starting Friday, as we are in Mexico with the kids this week:)

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4 Responses to “classroom ready to go”

  1. Kendra Richardsonon 15 Mar 2011 at 2:07 am

    Hi Kim,
    Great looking stamp room! I have enjoyed seeing all your updates. I just wanted to let you know that I'm passing on the Stylish Blogger Award to you. I have enjoyed my visits to your blog and have appreciated your inspiration to get my creative juices flowing! So thanks and congrats:)
    To see all about the award – just visit my blog post from today (03-14-11)
    Kendra Richardson @

  2. Jennifer Inskipon 15 Mar 2011 at 7:43 am

    Looks so nice and clean – I need to get some inspiration from you and get mine cleaned up!!  I made a really cute recipe book for my future sister-in-law and it looks like I had ten people in there – instead of just messy me!

  3. Heather Geruson 04 Apr 2011 at 5:14 pm

    Hi Kim,
    I just came for a look at your stamp room from Splitcoast.  I live in NY State now but I went to Rideau High with Tom Assaly in the 70's.  Any relation?
    Heather  justampin on splitcoast

  4. Kimon 04 Apr 2011 at 5:16 pm

    I don’t think so. Assaly is my married name, I would have to ask my husband:)

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