It's rainy and soggy and muggy here today so instead of playing in the garden I decided to clean up the craft room (or the craft pit - depending on how you see it). I've had this idea in my head of lining the face of these storage drawers with patterned paper, so I got started on that first. These particular drawers are pretty old and looked beat up, so I like the makeover!
I also used some of the same papers to line my cups where I keep my tools, pens and painbrushes.
I got my Cricut cartridges all in order too and tidied up the little box where I keep precut card stock.
This is the storage drawer where I keep all my scraps of patterned paper. Each color has it's own cellophane bag and I keep one for large scraps and one for small scraps. I throw away nothing!
Here's a jar of my grandma's buttons I keep on one of the shleves above my workspace. This is the grandmother who taught me to plant flowers and sew and cross stitch, so I don't use these buttons on projects because they're sentimental. When I was little she used to let me sprawl them out all over the floor so I could look at them, and sometimes I still do. :o) If you look at the bottom of the glass jar next to the buttons you'll see a bunch of rocks that my son gave me when he was little. He colored some of them and I'm just too sentimental to get rid of them.
Next we have one of my punch drawers. I keep all my huge ones in one drawer, border punches in another drawer, then medium and small in their own drawers.
And lastly I have my ribbon drawer which ... errrr .... needs some work. LOL. I wanted to point out the ribbon wound up on clothespins though. These are my grandma's clothespins and sat in a bag in my closet ohh... for the last 30 years since she passed away. I finally put them to good use in a place I could see them all the time.
Well I hope you enjoyed your view into my craft room today! I'm back downstairs to continue cleaning!
Have a blessed day!
Hugs! Sue :o)