I’m still here, I have been cleaning SOOOOO much in the craft room. I will have a post on it soon. Here is a sneak peek:
I know you’re excited to see more, but reorganizing an ENTIRE room full of craft supplies, office supplies, clothes, and stuff I don’t remember having takes quite some time…. 😀
I will be posting again later, so hang around!
You usually see fancy schmancy photos and stuff. Not here, uh uh. See:
Not bad, right? Here’s what is looks like when I take a few steps back:
Hahahahahaha!! Yeah, it’s still a disaster 🙂
I am in the process of replacing some of my organizational furniture, so there’ll be a crapton of new photos soon. I hope. Ha! 🙂
My last post was about my disastrous craft room. While Remy & I were visiting my sister and dad in Arid-zona last month, I got to visit a store we don’t have nearby…Ikea!!! I was SO excited! I have drooled over organizational pictures on Pinterest and I have wanted to outfit my house from there for quite some time. During my inaugural visit, some of the things I bought were these little pretties:
Something I have always loved is expressing my ideas in creative ways. I get ideas mostly from Pinterest now, but store displays, library books, and requests have lead to some interesting projects.
My sister tends to get overwhelmed by choices in craft stores, but I LOVE them! I am VERY lucky in that I have an entire room I can devote to crafting (I’d rather fill it with more kids, but that’s not likely to happen at this stage). This room has, of course, been made over many times, in many teeny ways. I am always on the lookout for the perfect layout and organization for the room as a whole, but certain features really limit me, as well as the sheer volume of supplies.
Part of the problem is that I enjoy lots of different crafts, including but not limited to:
sewing clothing and accessories
polymer clay crafts
simple jewelry making
mixed media crafts
Remy has picked up many of these interests during homeschool art times, as well as adding his own–he enjoys origami, paper airplanes, painting (with Bob Ross, no less!), and quilling.
When entering the room, this is immediately to your left.
As you scan right, this is the bulk of the room, classy sheet curtain and all.
They are larger versions of the small white ones you see on both desks (with the colorful fabric drawers in them).