My easy-going husband moved his lawn mower and tool chest (along with many other things), out to the shed in the backyard so I could convert the garage into my stamping place.


The hanging grid covers the heating unit, air conditioner, water heater and built-in vacume.  It also serves as a nice place to display sample cards.

On cold winter days, if there's no class, the tables get folded up and the autos get driven in.  When it's chilly, a heater keeps us toasty warm.


The green and blue cubby drawers hold all my current card kits and optional 3-D projects.  The cart next to it contains a variety of things including munchies... Gotta have those gummi bears and popcorn!


The white boxes behind the cart are filled with regular garage stuff.  Some people would call it junk.  There are 30 of them with a tiny label on the left top corner which identifies the contents.  Even a garage can look neat and tidy.


My Christmas decorations are in the green tubs. The four wall posters to the left of the tubs are entitled Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn, and are designed with all the basic products that match the Stampin' Up! color families.


Numerous work spaces make it convenient for customers to be working here and there at the same time, all around the studio. 


Decor Elements add a nice touch to this room and show off their quality.


There's also a work station for the Heat Tool. It's always plugged in and ready to flip the switch on.


Stampers love being able to access my stamp sets and select optional greetings.


Customers choose a card box and work independently at their own pace. Everything they need except the workshop tools (like the Big Shot) are included in each box. 


  Aarhussiggy Linda Aarhus, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Vancouver, WA


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