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My Craft Room

During this past summer, I was finally able to set up a craft room in my house.     We took our guest bedroom and made it into a shared space for my daughter (homework desk, piano, toy/game storage) and my crafting.   Since we rarely have guests that spend the night, we decided that this would be a better use of our available space (and a lot cheaper than remodeling the basement).      I was inspired to take some photos and share my space after reading the post by Ashley Robinson on She Sure is Sketchy, Amber of Amber Ink’s blog.

 

 

My desk, laptop, printer, and most importantly, my iPod dock.

 

 

 

My shelves with the boxes from Ikea that I used to store my crafty goodies.  I have them all labeled so that I can find what I am looking for.     

 

 

 

Copic marker storage.  My DH made this for me using a basket and foam board.  I also have some air cans, Stampin’ Up markers, and Copic ink refills on this shelf.    (Sorry the pic is a bit distorted.)

 

 

 

This is the shelf above my desk with all my buttons and bakers twine.  Yes, I have a problem – I keep buying more and I can’t help myself.    That is a jar of rice on the shelf, I am planning on making more fleece hand warmers and need it for filling.

 

Here are a few more pics of my crafty space.

 

 

 

I hope  you enjoyed this peek into my “girl cave”.     Have a wonderful Sunday!

Comments

Lindsay Weirich said…
That looks awesome and just like I imagined your space would look like;)
Donna Mosley said…
Ooh! Cheryl, your craftroom is amazing. Love the fab marker storage and gorgeous green boxes.

Donna x
Anne Marie Hile said…
What an awesome space, Cheryl! You are so organized, too! I'm still oogling all of those fabulous Copics, too. I really need to organize mine by color families...right now they are all in one big bin. Thanks for the inspiration! ;)
Sandra said…
Oh Wow your own craft room your so lucky and you have lots of stuff:) Sandra H
shells-crafts said…
fab room cheryl. i am lucky enough to be having an extension built, which will mean my very own craft room - i cant wait! where did you get your furniture. i particularly like the chest of draws, with all the shallow draws. ive looked at lots of craft furniture sites but they can be very expensive.
This is amazing! Wow, you are really lucky to have such a space just for crafting! I'm jealous! LOL :-) love, lucia xxx
SusanLotus said…
Everything is so well organized! Great crafting room.
:)
1CardCreator said…
What a beautiful craft room Cheryl!
Anita said…
Fabulous space Cheryl and you are SO organized.
Micki said…
Awesome space. It's so streamlined and clean. Mine will NEVER look like that I'm afraid... :-( for one, I have too much stuff and 2. no IKEA close by so storage option as in drawers, etc would be twice as expensive.

:-)
Looks like a terrific place to make your beautiful crafts!! Sp clean and organized!! Thanks for the tour!
Jennifer said…
Your space is incredible! Such wonderful creations come out of there! I love how organized you are! Love it!!!
Tammy said…
Oh WOW! Wish I could come and play! Love your set-up, I'm envious!
Kathy and Lucky said…
Thank you for sharing, what a wonderful space, so organized and easy to get to everything. Enjoy! :)
Linda said…
Great organization, but it is screaming for a good ole' play date! Hugs, Linda
Anita said…
Wow! This is cool. I hope to revamp my room that is shared with family to look like this some day.
Robin said…
That looks like a wonderful space Cheryl. Thanks for sharing
Sara I. said…
Wow, nice space Cheryl!!! LOVE your organization - wanna come over and do mine ? ;)
Laurie said…
What an awesome space Cheryl! I love those green boxes!
Gina said…
Wow, what a great space! Everything looks so organized, I love it!
What a great space Cheryl!! You are so organized and I am inspired to go home and clean up my messy space. Lol ~jeni :)
Karin said…
It looks wonderful and tidy :) So clean and fresh too with the white shelves and green baskets! Love it Cheryl and cannot ever show off my little corner now...lol!
Jovita said…
Everything is so nicely organized, love those green bins. Looks like a fabulous space to get creative in :)
Annette said…
what a fun craft room...you look so organized. Thanks for sharing...
Rhonda Miller said…
Wow, I need to get a craft room, or at least find a way to organize my stuff.
Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, my goodness, your craft cave is fabulous! SO love that wall of shelving and all your organizational boxes and compartments. My room is such a mess. This would be a dream. :)
Tammy said…
Awesome craft space Cheryl!!
Melisa Waldorf said…
How exciting! It really makes a difference when you have a dedicated place to create.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Boy, am I ever envious of your craft space. Everything is so neat and oraganized.
Arabella said…
Oooh Cheryl! This is lovely and so well organised! I'm jealous! It looks so beautiful and tidy!

Arabella
Amberbop said…
You are just 100 Kinds of amazing, lady! Thanks so much for sharing. I am so jealous of your brilliance and your clean lines ;) No wonder you make things so fantastic.
Katja said…
I'm so jealous... That's a very pretty craftroom....

Hugs,
Katja
Whimcees said…
Hello!

What a lovely craft room! It looks so clean and peaceful! I envy you all your wonderful Coopic markers - I am slowly adding to mine! Thank you for sharing your photos! Wishing you a happy day today!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

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