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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Cricut Studio

I was really impress by this studio. The reason? It is very specific, Tangee (the owner of this room) is a Cricut crazy crafter and the studio suits the machine and its cartridges inspiring to use and create with it. Besides, it only cost about two hundres dollars to do.
Look all the Cricut cartridges. Amazing.

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Sunday, April 24, 2011

Monica Gale's Craft Room

Monica has a beautiful and very funtional craft room - It's perfect, I could move in tomorrow! I think one of things I like most is that it is so pretty, uses everyday purchases and recycled objects but it looks prefessionally finished.

Be sure to pop over to her blog, My many many passions where she has also posted a small video tour of her room.

This is her stamp library, stored on DVD shelving

Recycled bedroom furniture help create a pretty workstation

Fabulous punch storage, its an Ikea metal shoe rack!

I hope you enjoy your visit to Monica's craft room, be sure and let her know you visited from Crafty Storage.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Ashley's creative space

Ashley's creative space is -in her ow words- " just a tiny little nook... 6x5 at most!". I think it is rather lovely space.
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Debbie's room

Debbie's room is 7'2" x 12'.

Click here for far more photos and in depth explanation.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Dianne's Promarker idea

I just love this Promarkers storage idea.
Dianne has plenty more ideas to offer on her blog. Click here for them.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Jacque's Ribbon Storage

Jacque has a whole post dedicated to how she stores her ribbons

Click here for the whole blog post

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Debbie's room

Debbie's room is so pretty! The room is 15' 4" x 15' 4" and has a L shape.

And look how she has her Cricut cartridges. Isn't just so adorable?

Love the day bed behind the table.

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Friday, April 08, 2011

Ivette's scraproom

Ivette's scraproom is actually a 10 x 16 shed in her Florida home back yard ...

This is the view into the room from the entrance...

Ivette loves her Shoe holder, for two reasons, she can store plenty of stuff at hand.. and it matches her room so well ...

She also loves her main work space, an Ikea island table.

Ivette has lots more pictures and a mini YouTube video tour on her blog, click here its well worth a visit.

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Studio from all corners, finally rearranged!

I will let Heather explain her studio:
Here is my studio that I create in! I love that nothing matches, and most everything is either refurbished or antique! I have so many projects going all at once that I will never be at a loss for something to do! I scrapbook which is my first love, make cards, bead, and work for others doing what I love! I work full time, and have 3 boys, so this room is my serenity. It means so much to me that my husband and boys have shared this amount of space in our home because we have a small house!

Monday, April 04, 2011

Denise's multipurpose studio

I will let Maryse explain her friend's studio.

Denise's studio is a room that has 3 purposes : laundry, nails and scrapbooking.  She chose the three wall fixtures specifically because they allow her an easy access to her favorite accessories such as flowers, lace and ribbons.  All while decorating the room for her customers.  

It is important that the working space of a "scrapbooker" is set-up in a way that everything will be organized to allow him to know exactly where is everything at all times, allowing his creative side to work freely.  

The room is 12' X 11'2 (feet).

Click here for more info!


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