Hello Crafty Friends!
Some members of the CASology Design Team are showing off their creative spaces in a blog hop that starts today... and I got brave and did another video for you all! I've done a quick overview of my wonderful space, talk about where I started and how this space came to be. I also show a few things that really work for me, storage wise.
You should have gotten here from Jen's blog... but if you didn't, head on over to the CASology blog to start at the beginning!
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think or if you have any questions.... then visit the next blog on the hop to see where Melissa creates! Leave comments on each stop for your chance to win a $20 voucher to Simon Says Stamp! You must leave your comments before 11:59pm CST on Thursday, February 25th for your chance to win!
**Video disclaimer** I am not a professional videographer and I have no idea how to edit video... so this video is all done in one take (OK, maybe I started over 22 times, but who's counting??) and it isn't perfect :-)
Now on to the rest of the tours.... head on over to see where Melissa creates.... I know I'm looking forward to a little glimpse in to the other spaces to maybe get some ideas to put in to my own space!
If the video doesn't play, head to YouTube to watch!
Great space, Nancy! I love all the Alex drawers and you have me thinking I need to put a TV on the wall in my room.ReplyDelete
wonderful space, Nancy - you are so good to put stuff away before starting a new card - that's my downfall!ReplyDelete
Looks great! Jo xReplyDelete
Wonderful space! Love all those Alex storage units.ReplyDelete
I love that you have a dual desk- one side PC and one side crafty. Love the inks on the wall, too. I have to dig for mine.ReplyDelete
My first thought was wow, great white storage things. A good idea to put things away after each craft session. Looking for things upsets me. ;)ReplyDelete
great video :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful crafting space with the most used things right next to you! I especially like the clear storage pockets for your cardstock in which you can keep the scraps as well.ReplyDelete
Love the way you have your inks organized! I need to figure out a way to make mine more handy. They are in stacks inside a drawer, but I always seem to want the one that's at the bottom of the pile!ReplyDelete
Yes! Another person who must 'clear the deck' before starting another project! Such a great space! Alex units are my favorite for my space, too!ReplyDelete
What a great space! Love all those Alex units; they look like they can hold a lot of stuff. Good idea to put your stuff away after every card! I never do that as I am always behind on something! And I'm always having to look for an item that I "just put down"!ReplyDelete
Fab space and I’m the same having to tidy after each project.ReplyDelete
I like all the Alex units. They hold a lot and are attractive. I am most interested in your paper storage. Who did you say makes them and where did you buy them. My paper is badly in need of some better storage solutions.ReplyDelete
All those wonderful white drawers and units were the first thing to take my eye! A great space, so well organised! Stay safe! :)ReplyDelete
I would love to see your space but for some reason, the video is gone from your blog post.ReplyDelete
That's odd.... you can try watching it on my YouTube channel if you want... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FC1QETH4fo&t=39sDelete
So fun seeing your spaceReplyDelete
LOVE your crafting space with the most used things right next to you! great idea with the clear storage pockets for your cardstock !ReplyDelete
Love your big craft space with all those useful drawers - so tidy too!ReplyDelete
Great creative space! I have been looking at IKEA Alex drawers for years, you just helped me make a decision to buy! Thanks.ReplyDelete
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So jealous! Love that you and your husband share. He's a gem for constructing all those Ikea cabinets. Love your paper storage, idea, too. TFSReplyDelete
Love IKEA furniture. Such a wonderful room. Plenty of room to create.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your space with us, Nancy! It's so fun to get this tour of everyone's craft spaces!ReplyDelete
What would we do without those glorious IKEA drawers? Your studio looks wonderful and a great place to create. Thanks for sharing you studio.ReplyDelete
I like your space...everything where you can see it so nothing gets neglected! I love your white fixtures.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic craft studio, Nancy!!! Thank you for sharing with us!!!ReplyDelete
Very nice room - a lot of things, very well organized!ReplyDelete
Love your crafting space! Looks so neat and tidy and very well organized!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Your crafting space is terrific and something I aspire to. Love your Alex units and how you utilize them.ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Such a great craft room. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Love your philosophy of cleaning up between projects. I try to do that but get sidetracked by the next project sometimes! :) Love your cutting table and the big tv! :) Thanks for sharing your space!ReplyDelete
I should try cleaning up between projects! I lose things all the time even though I know I just used it. Love how you organized your cardstock. My scraps are in a random drawer that I always have to look through to see if I have a smaller piece of a specific color.ReplyDelete
Wonderful craft space,so inspiring ☺️ReplyDelete
Beautiful space, Nancy. I love how you store your paper. Great idea. :o)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the fabulous tour of your crafty space. It's so wonderful.ReplyDelete
Ikea is our friend LOL. Thanks for sharing your lovely space. HugzReplyDelete
Thanks for showing your crafting space, and that you clear up after doing a project. If I did that I would never start another ;-D !!!ReplyDelete
Some great storage ideas there. CarolG
Thats a very very beautiful studio and the way you've organised looks totally amazing. The sorting of the products and the comfortable space is very welcoming.. Thank you for inspiring us.. xoxoReplyDelete