My Craft Room Tour
It has been a while since we have completed our family room remodel aka Kate’s craft area. My hubby did an amazing job of painting the walls, putting down flooring, baseboards and woodwork. The last time I shared pictures, I still had a plastic craft table from Walmart. My husbands former place of work had an auction to sell off their equipment and I was blessed to purchase an industrial work table and a metal rolling cart for my work space. With the exception of wall art, I think I can finally call the space complete.
I have storage bins and painted dresser drawers full of various overflow supplies on the metal cart. The black armoire houses bins of journals, misc stamps, adhesives and all of my flowers. On top I have bins containing more misc items, foliage and completed mini albums. The small black table against my work desk is my sewing table.
My peg board is full of chipboard, canvas and die cut embellishments and stickers. Alterable items are in the cabinet on the floor. And of course, my ironing board.
My book shelves house all my fabric, sewing notions, yarn and patterned paper pads.
Here is my amazing desk that I purchased for a steal! It has a whole row of outlets across the back, an overhead light, 4 draws on the side, 2 overhead shelves and the height of the whole desk is adjustable. And for the first time, I have a very comfortable desk chair.
Most of my bins are dollar store finds that were bright green. I used a can of spray paint to make them match my room. They hold misc scrap paper, stamped images and other random embellishments that I use frequently.
The second shelf has all my glass jars and tins full of beads, buttons, brads, thread and metal embellishments.
I wrapped all my trims and laces around recycled packaging and cardboard. They are all displayed in an old painted dresser drawer.
The bottom drawer of my armoire is filled with lots of pretty flowers.
Organizers full of envelopes, alterable albums and random fabric swatches.
Binders full of red rubber and clear stamps, Bind-it-all, Sizzix Big Shot, and adhesives.
Shelves of folded fabric used for making clothes for my daughter and other sewing projects.
Yarn that I use for my knitting projects. There haven’t been many of those as of late but hopefully in the future. The bottom two shelves are full of paper pads and paper kits.
A drawer full stamp sets.
Mixed media supplies: Paints, Sprays, Infusions and gel mediums
More paints, re-inkers, embossing powders, and wood block stamps.
I just love Tea Day! Not only is this tea beautiful to look at but it taste yummy. Today’s tea is Dragonfruit Devotion Herbal Tea by Teavana. It has chunks of guava, strawberry and dragonfruit with floral hints of rose and magnolia. I love the fruity, light taste. Join the T ladies over at Elizabeth and Bleubeard’s and share your drink themed post.
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Happy Tea Day!