Hello there, today I thought I would share with you how I am using and organising my Raskog cart from Ikea. If you like watching videos without reading then please see below for the video. If you like reading, then please carry on :)
I just adore this cart! I got it in turquoise as I love the colour and I thought it would work well in my room with the blue shades. Although fairly small in size, (being 78cm in height, 45cm in width and 35cm in depth) it can hold a lot of products. I do not have mine stuffed full and I could fit a lot more in it if I wanted to.
The top shelf (I am calling them shelves as unsure what else to call them really!) I use mainly as an extra workspace/desk type thing. I hold items on there that I need to grab frequently. I have my swatch book, larger rolls of foam tape (as these cannot fit in any of my drawers), masking/painters tape, kitchen paper, Epicurean board, stamp presses and glitter/gel pens.
The middle shelf holds my 6x6" paper pads (as well as two 8x8"). I have the 6x6" in Interdesign Linus Binz and they are just great. They keep the pads contained but you can still flick through them really easily. I have scraps of paper in clear bags (the same ones I use for my cards when they are made) and I pop the bag inside of the paper pad's front cover.
On the bottom shelf, I have my cutting supplies. I have my Cuttlebug, a basket that contains cutting mats for the Cuttlebug, as well as a few larger embossing folders. I then have a purple folder with my QuicKutz dies (that I haven't used in years!).
Here is the video:
I don't really move it that much but I love that I can if I want to. I also love that I can grab things off of it really easily and put them back. It has freed up a shelf on my shelving unit for more stamps (yay!) which has given me more space overall in my room. Can you tell how much I love it? yep I do! ;) As always, thanks so much for visiting me today. I really do appreciate it.