Monday, 6 August 2012

A crafty round up

So not alot going on craft wise really as ill health, having the boys home for the school holidays and having a toddler who now refuses to have a day time nap, makes my crafting time very limited. And having a craftroom that is a tip with the floor having stepping space only wasnt good for the creative juices to flow. So me and DH got out a tape measure, paced a few floors, scratched a head or two and set to work reorganising a tiny space. And this is the result. I am pleased with it. It may not look like something out of a ikea catalogue but we made use of what we had and a budget of zero pounds! DH put new shelves up for storing my little boxes. We shifted an old Welsh dresser in which now houses all my fabric, S & C stuff, embellishments, stamps etc. There is work space for crafting and i will do all my gluing, heating and messing with tools etc here. My Knick knacks on the window sill and my beautiful clean empty desk space. And the view out of the window. Perfect for secret photo's or ones like Daniel is doing as he knew there was a camera out. And i think the our lady statue across the field may just scare the begebers out of my when crafting at night. And i will leave you with a new layout for the crafty Bloggers Network as its a new month so its time for a new challenge. Head on over to HERE and see everybodies projects. There is a prize from Cullen Crafts and Sassy studio designs this month. TFL Sarah

6 comments:

Linda said...

Thank you for sharing your crafty work area. I have just spent last night and today re-organising my craft room so after reading and commenting itching to get some crafting done. Loving the layout too.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Kate M said...

Great layout beautiful piccies
Kate
xx

jane stillman said...

Great layout and photos - especially the one with the children on the trampoline x

Carol said...

Great layout Sarah, love the photos. Have fun in your "new" crafty space. Carol x

PinkyLisasInkyCrafts said...

I love your crafty place :-) looks cosy and tidy (will it stay tidy?). I hope when your health improves you will be able to get back to crafting.
Huggles Lisa xxxx

Kay Dalton said...

thank you for the tour of your room looks like a wonderful space to craft , and who needs an ikea catalogue room after all its nott he room its what you do in it and you do amazing i love your layouts i am absolute pants with scrappages xx