Welcome to the very first issue of the FaveCrafts Craft Rooms Exposed series! As promised in our monthly craft question post, for 9 weeks we will be featuring one craft room every Monday. Get inside tips from some of our favorite bloggers and designers and find out how they turn their craft rooms into lean, mean crafting machines! And now without further adieu, let’s explore our first featured craft room.
Featured Room Designer: Tina from TStitchesandCrafts
Organizational Tip: You don’t have to break the bank to have a functional and creative work space. You can have a creative space that makes you happy and spend very little money creating it. I want to share My Green Craft Room with you. I am very thrifty and love to recycle any chance I get as you will soon see. I’m also known to be very unique. My craft room is a far cry from fancy but I love it and everything thing in it inspires me to be creative. I hope my craft room will inspire you to create your own creative space in your home.
The Tour: My Green Craft Room
Tina says: It is amazing what you can do with two card board boxes and a folding table! Cover that support post with crochet grafitti! A clipboard hanging from the ceiling makes a great place to put current project notes!
Tina says: The packages my curtains came in turned into a handy hanging holder for my sewing doo-dads. My old pocket book turned into a pin cushion with scissor and ruler storage.
Tina says: Baskets and plastic containers make for great storage. Store your fabric paint upside down in a plastic container and your arm won’t fall off from trying to shake the paint to the tip.
For more great tips from Tina, make sure to read her blog post about her craft room.
Be sure to check out our free eBook, How to Organize Your Craft Room: 15 Room Tours and DIY Organization Ideas from Your Favorite Bloggers for more great tips!
What craft room organization tips do you have to share?
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