I thought it might be fun to show you were I spend my time creating. It's technically the guest bedroom, and we have used it quite a bit for guests, but the majority of time it is my room:) I am so thankful I get to have my own space and that I can have it set up in a way that works for me. Let me give you a little tour....
Here is the view when you are in the door way. The window is south facing which is really nice, especially in the winter. My desk is quite small, but it was given to us and I think is so pretty and I love the deep drawers. I found the chair at an antique store and it fits the desk so well. As a note, I didn't clean up to take these pictures. I am a super neat crafter as I just can't create if everything is not in it's place:)
If you come into the room and turn to your right there is a closet, which I've thoroughly taken over. The binders are all filled with stamps....
This is the bottom half of the closet. I have my Cricut Expression, more stamps and scraps like chipboard, acrylic and scrap paper. This is the messiest spot in my room:)
Next to the closet I have this small book shelf that holds all my paper, scoring board, my Cricut Create (I know I'm crazy to have 2 Cricut machines!!) all my Cricut cartridges, my Cuttlebug and all my embossing folders. Above is my ribbon and ink.
Now we are on the window wall. I have a small metal shelving unit that holds all my Spellbinders dies and then more shelves that hold even more stamps, my sewing machine, ATG gun, cardstock I use for my card bases and my light.
Here is my desk. I don't have a lot of desk top space, but it works for me. See those two cubbies holding my Prismacolor pencils and Copics?? I just found this great little company on line called Studio 3 and snatched these up and absolutely adore them!!! By far the best storage solution I have ever seen for them. Here's a close up:
The shelves are angled backward slightly so you can pull out your Copics or pencils and the rest don't fall out. Go check them out HERE...I highly recommend them!
On the left side of my desk is my paper trimmer and another bookcase that holds my punches, and all my small embellishments. The spice rack was a find at an antique store and I just love it.
And this brings us to the last wall that I have invaded in this room ;) I have more flowers in the candy jars and some inspiration pieces along with some favorite photos. So, that's my creative space. I hope you enjoyed the tour!!