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I just wanted to share pics of my newly decorated craft room. I am starting with the closet that I utilized as storage space. This is a very small space and using the closet really gave me the extra space that I needed. I found this little storage unit at a garage sale and it works perfectly in the closet. The top shelf holds my stamps. The second shelf holds my stamp pads. The plastic containers have my 8 1/2 x 11 patterned paper. The bottom drawers hold my stickers and misc tools. The first picture is my antique picnic baskets that I use to hold my tole painting books and patterns. I luv using unexpected things for storage.
The shelving unit is one I used when I had my store. Works perfectly for tons of storage. I painted the desk, the shelving unit, the walls and spray painted the wicker baskets. I went with an aqua color and brown. In the corner is a bakers rack I purchased when I had my store. I didn’t get rid of it thinking one day I would use it and I was right. It holds my printer, cricut cartridges, 12×12 card stock and my favorite craft tool, my cricut. I would like to have a rug in here someday. I’m keeping my eyes open for just the right one at a decent price. I also need to make some cute things for the walls but not sure what I want.
This is underneath my table. I keep my 8 1/2 x 11 card stock and scraps in this. All my scrap card stock is filed by color and makes it so simple to just go right to that file if I need a piece of a certain color. The file system to the right is my patterned paper pads.
This is a shot of my table and shelving storage area. The table was a throw away at a local business and it works perfectly for my room. The top was, lets say, less than pretty, so I bought contact paper and with the help of my DH, got it looking pretty awesome. I luuuv this table, gives me plenty of space to scrapbook. My sewing machine doesn’t normally sit there but I happened to be using it today. I sewed up a piece of fabric for the end of the table and hung it with a tension rod. Hides the end of the table when you are looking in there from the living room. If you look to the right, I have curtain rods hung on the wall to hold my punches. Now that I am looking at it, I wish I would have hung the shelves a little higher and hung the punches underneath. Probably would have been easier to get to the punches.
This is my shelving which we purchased from Home Depot. My DH helped me hang it (actually I didn’t do much but supervise hehehehe). He did a wonderful job. I luuuv it. Top shelf is for family photos. Second shelf I have my ribbon storage and my flowers are in the ball canning jars.
Third shelf is misc. stuff. The storage container on the right is a nuts and bolts storage container that I purchased at Wal Mart in the tool department, which I keep the buttons all separated by color.
That’s about it for now. Hope this inspires you to get organized and proves that you don’t need a ton of space to have a wonderful place to create. Happy Crafting everyone!