Know Bob Vila? I'm married to his twin brother. Or at least you would think so by the amount of handy work David does around the house. The extra big blessing from all of this? I get to have my dream studio for very little cost. Yesterday he installed some new track lighting for me. He also built everything you see from scratch. (You can click on any of these photos to enlarge them.) He designed the back bookcase with cubicles in the lower half that perfectly fit the plastic three-drawer units available at Wal- Mart. Love that. The shelf above that holds all of my 12x12 paper. Then above that is my background stamps and tins holding single non-SU! stamps, divided into categories. Above that is my new Memory Dock system. So loving that! On the little shelves to the left of my cabinet are 26 one-pint freezer containers (4 for $1.25, again, at Wal-Mart), one for each letter of the alphabet. All of my chipboard letters, alphabet embellishments & alphabet stamps are organized into the appropriate tub. Makes it so much easier to find what I need. Also on this side, sitting on my desktop is my Tool Turn-About. Love having all my "necessities" right at hand. To the right of the cabinet are all of my SU! sets. I just did a major purge and got rid of about 100 sets in preparation for the new catalog! In my cabinet are plastic sectionalized craft organization boxes ($1.95 ea. at, you guessed it, Wal-Mart). These are where I keep all of my embellishments. The left & center stacks are broken down by color, the right stack is divided and labeled for metals (copper, silver, gold) and clear. I love doing it this way because I am almost always searching for "just the right touch" in just the right color, and this system works great for me. On top of my shelves are glass jars with my Prima Flowers. Went in with my two best girl buds (Wendy & Melissa, hi girls!) and ordered a big bunch, then split them three ways. I got my own jars at Hobby Lobby for $1 each. My favorite aspect of the space? I have room for two, whether it be friends or the kids, I can have company while I create. And isn't always more fun when you get to share? So that's the tour! This studio brought to you by David A. Heady. The sweetest, handiest hubby around!