Happy Sunday everyone! Today, I have the reveal of my craft space. It is so small but very efficient. I love it because everything is within reach and I never have to get up to move around. Plus, it forces me to tidy up after each and every card or project before I begin the next one. Well lets have a walk around in my space…
Besides making cards, my second hidden passion is beading. All the drawers hanging on the wall are filled with beads, string, etc for all my beading ideas. All my beads are color coordinated like the rainbow. I keep all my Clear Mount Stamp Sets in Alphabetical order. For easy viewing of my stamps, I have each stamp set image and name in a three ring binder. My wooden stamps are in the closet to the right of my baskets.
All my drawers are labeled. The top drawer is adhesive. The second drawer contains all my embellishments. The third and fourth drawer contains pastels, pencils and crayons. The bigger drawers contains all my daubers, paint and misc. tools.
I bought this shelving unit years and years ago which fits all my old style punches but not the new style. They are all organized by shape, ovals, circles, etc.
This is my custom built bookcase that my hubby made me. It holds my big shot, envelopes, scissors, glue, etc. The larger brown container contains all my SU! fabric. The top large three drawers contain my whisper white card stock, very vanilla card stock and naturals card stock. The bottom three drawers contain all my 12×12 card stock and retired designer series paper.
This basket contains all my current designer series paper from the last year. I have it standing upright and have all the paper in its individual wrapping. On the back of each package, I write the coordinating colors that go with it. I also keep my scrapes with it too.
Looking inside my wicker basket drawers. The top one is for all my embossing & glitter.
The second drawer is all my Stampin’ Up! ribbon that I use.
The third drawer contains all my Big Shot Dies and embossing folders.
Here is all my card stock. I have it all in hanging files that has wheels. So that I can pull it out when I need it. It sits under my craft table when I am not using it. It is pretty full at the moment because I just purchased a bunch of card stock.
Here is what each color card stock looks like in a manila folder.
Inside each manila folder, I have a little bag for all my scrap paper. I save every piece of scrap and it is amazing how you use it all too.
Well there it is, my craft space. Please, please let me know what you think! I would love to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by!