Have you had a stressful week? Do you need an easy way to decompress? I have made a coffee table zen garden and you can too.
Spring is here and pollen is in the air. Achoo! Sorry, my allergies are really bad right now.
I decided to get into spring and create a new wreath for my old screen door. Continue reading
It has been a while since I have posted anything. I stopped posting so that I could spend more time with my family. Working took up most of the week and then my evenings went by so fast. The weekends were spent traveling so that we could spend time with our daughters and grandson. Continue reading
Out of clutter, find simplicity. – Albert Einstein
Today, I am excited to show you how I organize my craft space. This space can get messy really quickly because I use it to sew, paint and create. I love the simplicity of jars and baskets that display my craft supplies. And by putting my supplies on display they become part of the décor of the room. I think the colors of buttons, thread, and washi tape add to the charm of my craft room.
Over my sewing machine, I display colorful thread on a painted wooden spool rack. Having the thread and scissors within reach make changing out my thread easy when I start working on multiple projects.
To store other sewing items like buttons and safety pins, I use baby food jars. I simply painted the lids to match the colors I am using in the room.
I use wire racks to store and display my paints and scrapbook paper. A wire basket holds washi tape, ribbon, and an assortment of mod podge. A small vase holds and displays my markers.
I use a shelf unit to organize craft books and baskets on the shelves to organize other craft supplies. I also use an old wooden dresser to organize paint supplies, jewelry making supplies, wood supplies and more. I know it seems like a lot but a crafter can never have too much. We never know when we will need something.
So these are a few ways that I organize my craft space because when I start crafting, my workspace starts to look like this