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Workspace Wednesday: a look at my Raskog cart


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Meet my Raskog cart. 

She probably isn't Pinterest or Instagram-worthy but after months of trying to organize my art supplies on the Raskog cart, I am finally happy with it.

Now if you have one of these Raskog carts, you probably know that you can pack quite a lot of stuff in these but of course, accessibility becomes a problem if you keep stacking stuff.

I like my art supplies within easy reach (you know when you get into the zone, you don't want to have to get up and go look for stuff right? *winks*) so all my faves are stored on the top tray of my cart. 

The 3-tier stand holds my acrylic paint tubs, my acrylic inks and my bottles of mist. A glass jug and vase hold my paint brushes. I also added a basket to store the rest of my acrylic paints. Wet tissues and several mist bottles of distilled water fill up the rest of the top tray.

The second and third trays of the cart store supplies that are not frequently used.

Do you have a Raskog cart? What do you put on yours?


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5 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Oh I think it looks AMAZING!!! And yep, I have one -- it holds all my 1,476,322 journal cards, inchies, PL cards that I have collected over the years!! LOL!!!!

~amy~ said...

Looks AWESOME.
Did you make those stacked round trays, they look like their from Ikea too?

Lisa said...

It looks amazing!! I have a similar cart that is packed with so much stuff, I can't get to most of it ;) Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Cindy deRosier said...

Love it! It looks like everything you need is right at hand. The purple flowers (lavender?) add a pretty touch. I don't have a Raskog, primarily because the area where I craft is carpeted and I don't think it would roll well. And if it isn't going to roll, I'd rather just have a permanent piece of furniture there. But never say never! Ikea has been known to lure me in...

yyam said...

Nope, I didn't make them. I got it from a store in Malaysia called Lovely Lace.

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