So Thankful for My Craft Space

Took 10 years to get........I spend no less then 7 hours a day in my space. Love how everything is in reaching distance. The room inspires me everyday.
You can view the kinds of projects I make in my space here:
The Cutting Cafe:
You Can View My Entire Space Here
paper station and ribbon station
My favorite crafting item is RIBBON, I have loads of it. Tower next to the yellow curtains is a cd tower turned ribbon holder. I love seeing all the pretty ribbon. Then my all time favorite is paper...paper paper paper....all color coordinated.
Craft supply holder from cake pans & candles
I bought three cake pans, 2 candle holders and a lazy susan......sprayed a pretty yellow and made this holder. It was roughly under 10 to make...cake pans were 1 each, lazy susan was 4, candle holders were 1 all of it from a thrift store
Awe I LOVE PAPER...........nothing like it being all organized and color coordinated
I do like to sew on some of my craft projects......
My ribbon drawers
This is a 9 drawer cabinet i got from Ikea......FILLED WITH PRETTY RIBBON...I use lots of ribbon on my projects I make for The Cutting Cafe - My online business.
jars filled with embellishments
my kitchen island (craft table from Ikea)
wrapping paper station on the back door
awe love glitter
room BEFORE the transformation
the room is approx. 10 by 14 feet give or take
my drawers are organized with stuff like this
room in the process of being transformed

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  • Millies_mom47 Millies_mom47 on Nov 15, 2017
    I keep on thinking of questions after I've already asked one. Anyway, on the right side of the ribbon shelves there's a skinny tall shelf, and it's not the only one you have. So where did you find them?

  • Millies_mom47 Millies_mom47 on Nov 15, 2017
    One last question I hope. Did your husband make the small skinny shelves for you that have the jars of glitter and buttons, etc.? If not where did you find such little thin shelves?

  • Candice Gollam Candice Gollam on Aug 09, 2020

    Hi Regina, I have checked out your blog. I went to the blog looking for more information on your paper storage area but I was not able to locate any info on it. Can you explain how you have shelves in it? Are they stacked trays or actual shelves inside the cubes? I did find that you repainted it but I would love to know what you used and is it the 12x12 paper?


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  • Gay Lynn Gay Lynn on Apr 24, 2021

    You have created "MY DREAM CRAFT ROOM" this looks very very close to my sister's craft room she is older than I. I am working on mine but mine will be targeted more towards painting drawing etc so multiple different grades and colors of paper different brushes different paint mediums along with pencil chalk markers you name it if it makes color on paper I've got it. I've even left things in packages but I have been collecting for the last 3 years. But I also need to make a little nook area for my sewing machine and the little bit of sewing things that I have. I have already multiple toasts of sorted color coded squares for quilting. Now I just need to put them all together. Your room it's so beautiful kudos to you girl! It is simply BEAUTIFUL! I am thinking about making the lazy Susan triple caddy. That would come in very handy in my kitchen as a spice rack. I have the perfect place for it. All I have to do is spin and choose my spice and shake it on my stuff. LOL thank you for your inspiration and ideas. Now I want to see what you've made so I am going to go click on your blog. Have an amazing day!

  • Reginaeaster Reginaeaster on Apr 24, 2021

    Thank you so much and how fun....Regina