A couple of days ago I organized my Ikea RASKOG cart and this is the result:
The cart isn’t alone anymore, I added two little BYGEL baskets. They sit really firm, and are the perfect spot for glue, eraser, pencils, scissors…
A view from above 🙂
On the top I placed the embellishments. Each pack is placed in a plastic bag and the bags in small Ikea SAMLA boxes. On the back side of the boxes there is place for 6×12″ sticker sheets.
The middle basket contain 4 small Ikea SKUBBA boxes with frames, stamps and buttons / enamel dots. I also squeezed a fabric basket that holds glue.
The botton basket is the home of my 6×6″ paper pads and brads (also in a SKUBBA box).
For those of you that are wondering, these are all my embellishments (I have a basket on my desktop for badges and a SAMLA box for tags). These are all my 6×6″ paper pads. And almost all my stamps (the wood mounted stamps are in a drawer together with acrylic blocks and ink pads).
I thought a lot before I purchased my cart. The 65 Euro price tag was a bit scary for me. But it is totally worth its price. It holds a lot and looks cute. Win, win!
In my opinion, the RASKOG cart is a must for all scrapbookers, no matter how big or small your stash is. There are lots of options for boxes that fit inside the baskets. The baskets are large, steady and deep enough that the supplies will not “drop out”. At the same time, everything remains reachable. It is simply perfect to have lots of supplies organized and easy to grab at the same time. I love it!
Thanks for stopping by today!