My Craft Space

One of my favorite areas in my house is my craft space. I once housed all of my craft supplies in our spare bedroom, but that has now been turned into a nursery. I then had to tuck my work table and supplies into a small alcove in the upstairs hallway. It is an eclectic mix of all sorts of things that I love.

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An old red chair gives a punch of color!

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Rick Rack glued to the edge of the shelf gives a little more of that red accent.

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The metal organizer was found in my grandma’s barn. It houses my stamp pads and sets perfectly!

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Some scrabble tiles glued to thumbtacks gives me some inspiration.

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I collect pedestal milk glass urns. I love how they hold my paint brushes, markers, pens, and glue sticks.

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I love vintage lace and ribbon! This {lamp shade} I covered with many of the different pieces that I had collected from many yard sales & thrift stores.

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My {travel nook} is at the top of our stairs. It too has many things I love in it. A large framed map has places we have visited “pinned” on it.

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A shadow box houses the beach glass that we have collected on the shores of Lake Michigan.

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Small jars collect the Petoskey stones we have found!

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Our feline family member wanted to be showcased too. She jumped right up on my work table and just asked to be photographed!

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Such a small space is hard to keep organized mostly because I like to “dabble” in many things.

View my {Linky Party} page to see the parties I am participating in.

11 thoughts on “My Craft Space

  1. I know exactly how you feel. I've got beads and ribbons and fabric and glue guns and sewing machines and over lockers and buttons and felt and stamps and a random assortment of items from op shops that are begging to be made into… something, one day.

    This is a truly beautiful space.

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  2. I LOVE L-O-V-E your crafty space. That is a place I could get my “mojo” on… here's to MANY creative hours ahead of you in that fatabulous space!!!!

    “Partying” along with you!
    -Joanne

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