While I'm not part of the hop, they are having a "Show Me Your Scraproom" blog hop at Sweet Bird Memories this weekend and so I decided to show more of my craft room. A few days ago I showed some of my tool storage. Today it's the rest of the room, sort of.
This is part of my paper storage area. The drawers in the rolling carts hold projects, stickers, heat gun and cutting tools, crimper, hot glue gun, and other things that aren't used on a regular basis. The long white drawers hold (front the top down) punches, ribbon and Cricut cartridges and manuals. The square drawer holds some finished cards and A2 envelopes. This is on the right side of my work space.
On the left, on the side wall, is my computer, printer and a storage unit that holds my scoreboard, trimmer, cutting mats and small paper pads on the shelves, and tape and stapler in the cubby. Below you can see another storage square with more paper and my Xyron on top.
This is where I store the "major" tools of the trade. This is a table that fits under my work space. I can pull it out when I want to sew or work on larger scrap projects. My husband put a shelf under the table to hold (from left to right) my baby bug, embossing plates and wipes (my jukebox is behind them) my Cuttlebug, serger and sewing machine. The table is pulled out enough for my Expression to sit on top.
This is the back wall. We made this cabinet out of old windows and a lot of my quilting material is stashed here. On top are magazine holders and a stacking file that holds printer paper, photo paper, labels and white cardstock. Below the magnetic board is another plastic rolling cart with quarter and half cut paper, extra blades and printer ink, and large envelopes.
There is a small bookcase behind the door that holds my scrapbooks and the closet is filled with other craft and sewing stuff. There are a few changes I want/need to make in my room and I hope those will happen this spring. I may end up posting more pictures then.
Thanks for looking and be sure to check out the blog hop for other craft rooms. Just be prepared to be envious. I sure was.