Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Craft Room Tour 2014

Hey everyone!  So, I have had many requests for me to share my craft room.  Not sure if you guys are more interested in seeing how I store my stash?  Or what the whole area looks like...  But, here is my biggest secret to contend with my slight OCD tendencies...I sell items on ebay or donate what I haven't used in two years!  Your local Goodwill will sell, or recycle any items for free.  I get more done the less visual clutter I see.  

So~I have been busy re-organizing my craft room, yet again!  I wonder if I am the only one who enjoys finding the *perfect* new way to store my stamps and scrapbooking stash?  Is it because it is the only place in my home I can let my OCD tendencies out?  Or the fact I can keep everything neat and tidy...and come back days later to find everything still neat and tidy?  I have no clue, but I have a feeling other crafters will understand!  

I love to use items to store my craft supplies in everyday objects, not meant for craft storage.  I change my mind WAY too often, so what I'm using today could be in my bedroom next year and visa versa.  My storage for my Copic markers, for example.  It is a silverware caddy I bought at Costco a few years ago.  I really only use it for holidays and large family gatherings, so instead of getting dusty in my creepy closet...It keeps my markers divided and I think it's prettier than a plastic marker case.  So, I hope you like my room and get some inspiration for your craft space!  ;)

I also broke out of my comfort zone and made a Youtube Video of my room, to share some of my storage ideas.  My friends who know me well, will have a good laugh at me I'm sure.  Yes, I was super nervous and my video is far from perfect.  I did my best not to say super cute repeatedly... I think videos are just something you have to practice to get good at them.  I will put the link to my video below the pics.














Here is my Youtube video:





Thanks for joining me!

4 comments:

  1. I think your video was great Stephanie! Love your craft room and you are the organization queen!

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    1. Thank you so much, Kelly! Means a lot to me, coming from you! I am trying to break out of my comfort zone... ;)

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