I finally feel mostly prepared to reveal the finished craft room. 🙂
It’s hard because there are always MORE things that I would like to do to a room and it’s always nice to have a 100% finished product to share.
But, I’m thrilled with how it looks so I’m excited to share it!
The curtains are lime green. Pretty sure I want to change them to something more neutral, since the rest of the room is so bright. Thoughts?
There’s my sewing machine which I kinda/sorta know how to use now thanks to my FABULOUS seamstress mother in law. Not much confidence yet though. I need to start some projects.
And my lamp. One of my first “big” crafty projects. Finally in it’s home in the craft room.
I was doing my best to utilize what little light was left of the day.
Here’s the other corner of the room. The hubby’s guitars found a place on the wall (aren’t I generous? hah). So far I’ve done most projects on that tiny little table and the low chair. Wouldn’t it be nice to have an island in the middle of the room? Oooh, and a carpet!
Still, it works. 🙂
This is my new favorite part of the house.
My little shelf. Anchored by the dresser underneath. I love having my supplies out in the open and easily accessible there.
A little closer up. Buttons, paintbrushes, paintpens, clips…all the essentials. 🙂
Several paper flowers that I’ve made. Including the ones on the wall.
What? You want them? Need them? Have to have some??
Check out the etsy shop.
This was a project that I was suuper happy with the result. It used to be a magnetic, dry-erase calendar, but I hated having to write in all the numbers every month. (Super lazy. I know.) So I painted it with chalkboard paint from Walmart, handpainted the “to create”, and now I have a magnet, chalkboard, inspiration board.
That’s my Grandma Evelyn. She was super creative. She’s there to inspire.
And, just in case you didn’t notice them. Yes, those are several spraypainted mason jars (from a friend’s recent wedding that she was looking to get rid of…yes please!) that are waiting for a repurpose.
And my favorite new artwork with happened to be a Christmas present. 🙂 What’s funny is that we both made each other art on a canvas for Christmas.
So thanks for stopping by. Hope you enjoyed it.
Partaying it up.