Hello, crafty friends. I’m so excited to finally be bringing you a tour of my craft space. My hope in sharing this is that you will find one thing that inspires you to create a space of your own that brings you joy.
The video has lots of information as well as five tips at the end, so be sure to check it out HERE…
This blog post will just house the specifics of where I purchased items…
Green Tool Chest- I purchased mine at Home Goods. I did find one HERE.
White Shelf- It is from Making Memories and I got it a long time ago. I don’t think it’s available anymore.
Metal Shelf- I purchased it from IKEA. I don’t have the specific link but you can find lots of shelf options HERE.
Ceiling Fan Remote- I’m mentioning my ceiling fan because I love it. We replaced the chandelier with it when we moved in. You can find the fan HERE. It has a remote that is perfect when you’re sitting at your desk and need to turn it off to do some heat embossing. 🙂
I keep my ink blending tools organized in THESE nail polish holders.
Teal Pencil Markers Holders- Target
Jars for Buttons- Making Memories (from years ago)
Vintage Locker Baskets- Antique Mall
Card stock storage- I purchased the teal bins at Home Goods, but I did find a skinny version HERE. I had the white cubby paper storage for a long time and is no longer available, but THIS is a similar option.
Every other item was purchased at Home Goods, TJ Maxx, or Marshalls.
On top of the shelf- The spinning ticket holder was from Pottery Barn years ago and the initial letters form many places but you can find them at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Pottery Barn, etc. On the left side, on top of the ink storage, the art is from Hobby Lobby and a print framed from my friend, Kristina Proffitt.
Starting from the left…
Large Art Print- Erin Condren
Rainbow art piece- Created by my friend Michelle of Wild Willow Art. She is so talented.
Silver Camera Bank- Target
Paintbrushes Canvas Art- Home Goods
CREATE word and Letter Board- Target
Watercolor Tubes Print- Alexander Renke
I Heart CREATE sign- It was a gift and was purchased on ETSY
YES sign- TJ Maxx
Framed Rainbow Stripe-It’s a cover from my Erin Condren planner
Light Bulb print- created by my talented friend, Kristina Proffitt
Rainbow piece- Target
Happy sign- Home Goods
For the decor above my window…
Color Wheel Puzzle- Target dollar spot
Tribe sign- a gift from a friend that she purchased on Etsy. You can find the shop HERE.
Metal Envelope/Mail Holder-Target
Pencil Pouch- Created by the amazing, Nichol Spohr. I think it’s a work of art so I decided to display it.
Button and Scissors- I purchased both and Hobby Lobby and spray painted them to match my decor.
White shelf- IKEA
Rolling cart- IKEA (You can find a similar one HERE)
Bookcase-Billy Bookcase that you can find HERE
Yellow pitcher (holds blending brushes)-recycled from flowers delivered.
Straw dispenser (holds colored pencils)- You can find HERE
Green/White bins- Pottery Barn Outlet (I purchased these years ago.)
Silver Mesh Bin- You can find HERE
Same stamp storage as mentioned above is what I use for my die storage.
Magazine holder- T.J. Maxx
Bins inside cart- Target
Blue Shadow Box- Marshalls
Card Garland-Curtain wire from Ikea (You can find it HERE)
Pink Picture Frame- Hobby Lobby
Lettered Print- Created by Kal Barteski (more info. HERE)
Desk- Found this at a garage sale. I added glass on top for easy cleaning.
White cabinets- IKEA HERE
Desk top organizer- HERE
Glass Mat Work Surface- HERE
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Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope this has inspired you to create a space of your own. Happy crafting!
P.S. A big shout out to Renee D’Andrea for taking the majority of these photographs. She is so talented. If you’re in the Cincinnati area, I highly recommend her for photos.
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