Here we have a general overview of my craft room. This room is actually intended to be a formal sitting room in my house, but who the heck uses a formal sitting room. The bookshelves were purchased at the unfinished wood store and were painstakingly stained and varnished by me and my friend Erica. The shelves are home to our books, my yarn stash, gem stones, papercrafting supplies, photo albums, and many other random items of crafty significance. My craft table was found in the clearance room of Ethan Allen for $199. It is very heavy duty and was in perfect condition. I still can't believe what a deal that was! The table is very messy because it seems to be the place in the house where we throw random stuff and I haven't gotten around to cleaning it up. Anyway, who has a clean craft room? Also, check out the wicked awesome hardwood floor that I installed all by myself.
Here we have my jewelry corner. Here is where I keep all of my beads, wires, and other findings. I have found the tool boxes to be the best place to keep all my beads and I have even labeled some of the drawers! The white bike basket was given to me by Patrick to go on the front of my Harley. Unfortunately, we had to remove it to pass inspection so it now is employed as an earring holder.
The next stop is where I keep the majority of my completed jewelry. Basically I took a piece of plywood, covered it with several layers of quilt batting and some canvas fabric from an old tablecloth and embellished with some ribbon and voila a jewelry-hanging thingy! I use T-pins to hold the jewelry in place. I am working on a larger solution now that my inventory is growing and hope to have it up soon.
Our last stop on this craftastic tour is my kick-ass rubber stamp shelf. Patrick and I built this for all my rubber stamps. I have all my jewelry hanging below it. Once I move my jewelry, I will be building another shelf to house the stamps that do not yet have a home.
I hope you enjoyed this tour of my craft room. Now everyone get out so I can get back to work!