Portable Craft-station.


As the days are so short this time of year, with very little daylight, I have been scrap-booking at the dining room table, which just goes to show, one doesn’t need much space to work. I recently bought the RÅSKOG, Utility cart from Ikea, which is very popular with scrap-bookers. Nikon D70 ©


I was very impressed with how sturdy the cart is. I added my most used tools and supplies, which I will probably  keep changing. Luckily there are many great ideas on Pinterest. I hooked a plastic milk pitcher over the side, with a plastic bag, fastened with bulldog clips, for the scraps I throw away. Ikea sells Bygel containers, which I would like to get. The magnetic baskets are from a dollar-store. Nikon D70 ©


The middle section is adjustable and Ikea‘s Antonius basket fits into it. Nikon D70 ©


My paper trimmer fits under the bottom shelf. Nikon D70 ©

These are some of my most popular supplies, tools, etc.

Alphabet stamps small.
Alphabet stencil.
Bone folder
Bulldog clips small.
Cardstock scrap pack
Coloring Pencils
Craft Knife
Cutting mat.
Date stamp
Disposable containers
Embossing tools
Eyeshadow applicators
Emory board
Eraser brush.
Glue Gun
Glue sticks
Ink-pads (Black, Brown)
Ink pad holder.
Journal pens
Heat proof mat. Hole punch small.
Magnetic spice holders
Metal magnetic baskets
Nail clipper Big
Nail Clipper small
Paintbrushes (s, m, l)
Pencil case.
Pencil Eraser
Pencil holders.
Pencil sharpener
Pens (not acid-free)
Photo Corners

Pop Dots
Retractable Eraser
Rubber Stamps Favourite
Ruler Metal cork back
Scissor Big
Scissor Edging
Scissor Small
Scissor Medium
Scrap paper
Stamp Cleaner
Tool-holder Tall Toothpicks
Wet wipes.

Before, I used a small side table. Nikon D70 ©

Under the table was plastic storage drawers for other supplies. Nikon D70 ©

I cover my work in progress with glass sheets, when I’m not working on them. This is my latest layout. Nikon D70 ©


Pimp My Råskog (Facebook)

Scrapbooking Downstairs with my Raskog Cart.

My Craft-space

How to Pack A Scrapbooking Tote


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