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A mini tour of my scraproom

We recently moved in to our new house and I finally
got my very own big and lovely scraproom.

Eventually I'm going to put up some new wallpaper,
change the floor etc but for now I'm happy with
decorating the room with some inspiring colors
and other scrappy things ♥

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Before the makeover
(Yes, it's an old kitchen from the 60's)

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Stay tuned for more photos, of my mini makeover
and eventually of the big makeover :)

Have a lovely weekend! ♥

Comments

  1. I actually like the color of the cupboards, but the wallpaper def has to go!! lol A great space to work with though!!
    Pam

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  2. I love it all! Even the wallpaper ;-)
    DYING to see how this turns out!

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  3. Förstår att det måste vara toppen med ett eget scrapcrum. Dessutom smidigt med vatten i närheten för att ha nära till rengöring. Det vi har fått se ser alldeles toppen ut. Blir säkert superbra när det är klart.

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  4. Den som ändå hade ett helt kök att hålla till på. Här får det göras på köksbordet, haha.
    Hoppas du har en bra dag.
    Kram Elzie

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  5. Now that's a space for a girl scrap book party.How ab fab!

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  6. Hi!

    I'm your follower.

    I really love your blog!

    Keep up the good work!

    Do visit mine too at
    http://aliascreativelife.blogspot.com/

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  7. Just wanted to stop by and say that I have used one of your vintage tickets on a project, thankyou for the freebies, I have given credit, take care and thanks again xxx

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  8. Got jealous with your new place ;)

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  9. And you're probably still making your new scraproom even lovelier! You really had a challenge in transforming that 60s kitchen into a new room of awesomeness. How's the new home? Oh , the joys of moving into a bigger, better house!

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  10. This is so excited! I actually quite like the kitchen :)
    Can't wait to see the BIG makeover :D

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  11. hello and that room is amazing!! how fun to have a craft room. thank you for all of the lovely freebies. i just adore vintage ephemera. ♥

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  12. Hey!

    I just love your blog, but way aren´t you here anymore?
    Sorry for my spelling (i´m from Sweden).
    Hope to see you soon <3

    Hugs Melinda

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  13. Får man fråga vars du köpt dina glitter stick?

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  14. Hej Melinda!
    Du hittar mig även på min svenska blogg: http://misscutiepieinspiration.blogspot.com Kram!

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  15. Mlq: Jag har köpt mina glitterstick lite överallt, från USA, panduro, diverse scrapbutiker på nätet.

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