Thursday, January 7, 2016

Craft Room Re-Do

Hello, Friends.  On the January 5th post, you saw my catastrophe. Such a job to get the room sorted and reassembled.  It was completed yesterday but I was too tired to share.   I couldn't lift my camera, LOL.  My craft room is again functional! 

 My hubby is so handy and is a perfectionist so the rehanging/reinforcing/re-spackling, re-painting took a while. Then replacing all the items took longer than I thought it would.  Just deciding how to re-organize took some thought.  It was such a good opportunity to rethink the space. Here are the bits and pieces of the room that took "the fall."

Two hanging cabinets hold embellishments and larger tools.
A cabinet below has all my stamps and watercolor basket.
This whole counter area faces a closet with dies, ribbons, more stamps, and a sink area.

The cabinet is up again and re-inforced.

The printer's tray had to be rehung and everything put into the slots again.

I had to re-organize the whole counter top since everything had to be removed 
while Don was doing his carpentry magic.
Die cutting, embossing, distress inks, ATG, trimmers and score tools.

All my strangle little collected storage units (less than 11" wide) had to be re-hung.
Here are some ink pads, Twinkling H2O's, and acrylic blocks.

Most punches in a drawer but some here.

Staz-On and all black ink pads at the ready.
Love this card stock pad I bought at StampFest last year.

Promarkers, Copics, and Sakura gelly pens ready for coloring.

Magnetic tool hanger under the DT calendar.
Ready to start those JFF and play with new stamps!  And get going on those MFPSS Blog Hop cards!

Now I need paper storage ideas.
I have a space that is 24 x 30 x 34 jammed with dp and  card stock.
IKEA, here I come!


Stampsnob. said...

Looks great now you know everything you have and where it is ...........Lis

NanaConnie said...

What a fabulous craft area, Kren! I'm so envious of all the organization. What a wonderful hubby to help out with getting everything hung and ready for you. :-D

Sharon Underwood said...

I began purging a few things myself in my craft room. It's a long process. You've inspired me to keep at it! Love that paper stack with all the pretty colors. Great job!