Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Craft Room Tour and Punches Update!


Firstly - I have some good news for you!

The selected punches which were unavailable when the new catalogue launched are now in stock!

You can order them now!!


I quite regularly get asked to give a tour of my craft room.

I've always been a little reluctant to do this as my space isn't huge and the majority of craft room spaces I have seen on YouTube are spectacular.

Mine is a lot more humble - but it is still a very happy space for me and I thought it might actually be helpful to see that you really don't need the biggest space to create a lovely craft haven.


Of course there are times when I wish I had a little more space, I am running our of shelf space for stamps, but I will find a solution I am sure. 

I did do a little bit of a tidy before filming the video but not too much - I wanted it to be as realistic as possible.

Click HERE for my video tour.

I hope you enjoy seeing my little space. 

As always, if you would like to buy any Stampin' Up products, you can shop on line 24/7 in my online shop HERE, or get in touch at craftycarolinecreates.com and it would be my pleasure to help. 



If you would like to learn more about the benefits of being a Stampin' Up demonstrator click HERE, I would love to have you join my team.

Caroline x x

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for showing your craft room; I see so many online that look as they would fit a typical Brish house in them that I tend to feel quite inadequate with my crafing space. I know I'm really lucky I have the box room, however, it does have to double up as a spare room too. Because I have a wooden futon I need to leave space for it when opened up. Watching your video, it dawned on me that I don't have a set of drawers! Lots of DVD racks and a couple of bookcases - I'm a BIG fan of Ikea, but no drawers! How did I not notice before? I'm sure I don't really make the most of the storage either... 250 DVD's use 5 of my racks, leaving the last one to store punches. One 40cm bookcase has my cardstock, I have 4 drawer paper storage boxes from The Range so put 2 colours per drawer. I prefer to keep card covered so it doesn't fade. The other bookcase stores my stamp sets, embossing folders and SU dies. It's the tools, and embellishments I struggle with! One day I might even be brave and photograph it!

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  2. Thanks for sharing your space Caroline, it is just slightly bigger than mine lol. Like you I used to craft on my kitchen table and when we moved house I managed to have a small space with a table that we bought to go along with our buffet and for me it is a cluttered workable space. You are far more organized than I am but then I like to work in an organized mess being a Gemini. On my table I have an old navy medical box made of solid dark wood basically it is a box full of draws and next to it I have one of those plastic draw units for screws, nut and bolts and that's where my pens, embellishments and other tools go. Behind me I have a mahogany sideboard that was given to me when I left home and some of my papers are stored in there as with my buffet. Unfortunately I don't like Ikea and prefer proper wooden furniture and have just made it work for me.

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  3. Lovely craft space carolyn, realistic and similar to what us ordinary mortals Have at home too. And we all manage, so it goes to show quality counts more than quantity. Thanks for sharing

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  4. So glad you showed that a little goes a long way! You made much of the space you have and I know you consider it messy...but, well organized! The one spot that isn't...hey we all need a 'junk' drawer or space! Thank you for sharing...I really need to take some notes and pare down what I have.
    One question...What do you do with all your retired stuff?

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