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Monday, July 28, 2008

Marlene Ashby's studio

Marlene says that she is really spoilt as she has a lovely craftroom all to herself. The room is just oposite to the lounge so Marlene can just nip in and out when watching the kids, the telly or being on the laptop doing her blogging. You can read more about it here. For the main page of Marlene's blog click here.

Thursday, July 24, 2008


I have just discovered this site,, which is has a very similar concept as craftystorage. It is fantastic, so I truly recommend to spend some time looking around organizedscrapbooks. Check the planner section here. The only thing is that is not updated very often.
Scrapjazz has an E-Book on organizing the scrap space. It is quite well written and informative for those who are planning a new craft room.
Also, i loved this feature at country living, which has nine photos and some tips, and then this other article is quite interesting as gives ideas on where you can make your mini/super craft room.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Rita Weiss

The super talented Rita Weiss has an entry about her studio in her blog. Click here to read about it and here for the main page of her blog.

Monday, July 21, 2008

CHA - 1

Although I didn't go to CHA, I have research the net for the new crafty storage that different companies have launch. Lets start with Making Memories.

This drawers that fit into the Embellishment centre (bellow). For more info click here.

Also, Making Memories have launched the Slice and with it the storage little unit and the cartrige holder bag (the black bags on the right had side). For more info, click here.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Stamps to help us being organized

Technique Tuesday has designed the top set of acrylic stamps that has all the names of the stash, perfect to make coordinating labels for the front of drawers, holders...
You can check Technique Tuesday blog here, and their main website here.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

An award

Thanks Louise Edwards who gave this blog the award.
Ok, I know that this award has some rules and that I need to pass it on. However as this is not a personal blog, i think it wouldn't be fair to select seven personal blogs.
I just invite you to visit all the links that you can see on the right hand side column!

Yvette O'Dowd Studio

Yvette's studio is one that offers her flexibility which she loves as she can change it when needed it.
For more photos click here, to see Yvette's work click here.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Robson & Mason Haberdashery's ideas

Laura runs Robson & Mason Haberdashery and she is passionate about everything creative but she believes that she must keep it tidy.

She stores buttons in great tubes which you can sew your favorite button on the end.
Jam Jars with different things stored inside.
Ribbons stacked onto of one another.

Mixed Beads stored in glass bowls, for when your hands feel like they need to be dipped in beads.
Bead Boxes are great for storing one type of bead.
Test Tube stands are great for storing tubes of beads.
Bobbin boxes keep bobbins neat and untangled.
To find more info on Robson & Mason Haberdashery, click here.

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Kristin Gate's studio

Kristin Gate doesn't have a large space, just a corner of her bedroom, but she has used every square inch out of it while still maintaining the style that she likes.
You can read more about her studio here and check her blog here.


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