Creating a Craft Room that Works

Craft Rooms Past

This is, of course, not our first rodeo. Here are the craft rooms in our other houses. Where it all started.

The Craft Room We Brought with Us

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Altamease Buie

    This is awesome!!! Everything so organized with no problem finding what you need or want.
    Thank you, I will look into some of the ideas displayed.
    Congratulations are in order.

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    • Kelly

      Altamease- Thank you so much for stopping by! It’s true- I have nice functional storage that wasn’t too difficult to achieve. It was kind of you to let me know you enjoyed the post. Blessings! -Kelly

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  2. Bonita

    So organized, I love it you have a place for everything. I have seen some very good ideas now for my room. Thank you so much for sharing so much of your life with everyone, you are an amazing person!!!!!

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    • Kelly

      Bonita- Aww, thanks so much for such kind words! I love my craft room and find that it’s just easier when you can easily find what you need to complete a project. I also like having a door so when I finish a project, I don’t have to clean everything up right away! 🙂 I’m so glad you stopped by. Blessings- Kelly

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  3. Darlene

    Kelly, I found you tonight on youtube and was amazed with your fall wreath. I am a beginner at wreaths getting ready to make my first one. I am a quilter love making quilts. Never had a sewing or quilting lesson in my life but just watch videos and go with it. LOL trust me I see my mistakes but enjoy my hobbies. I call my room Sunshine’s Paradise. I also live in Texas in Rosharon Texas. We are almost finished building our new home and can’t wait to set up my new sewing/craft room. I love your space. What part of Texas are you from

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    • Kelly

      Darlene- I’m so happy you found me! We live in a tiny central Texas town called Hubbard. We built a house in a town southeast of Dallas in 2015 but I saw and fell in love with a 1901 Victorian here in Hubbard and we sold our brand new house after just two and a half years. Sometimes I think… argh! What are we doing?!! My new house was all pristine and perfect and now, our current house is one project after another. But it’s exciting to see this old house come back to life after having been empty and neglected for several years. I love finding creative projects to take on. I’ve started painting furniture recently and am always on the look out for thrift store finds to transform. I’m like you; I find tutorials on YouTube and Pinterest tutorials and just go for it. It’s nice to meet you and thanks for the kind words. I hope you stop by to see me often! Blessings- Kelly

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