We are thrilled to bring you another installment in our Craft Room Tour series. Today Brand Ambassador, Tanya Scrap opens the door to her pristine and beautiful craft room, sharing organization tips, and great storage ideas. Enjoy and be sure to leave your love and tips in the comments below.
Craft Room Tour
By Tanya Scrap
“Hello dear G45ers! I am delighted to share a tour of my craft room with you this month. My space is not very big but it is more than enough for me and I love it, it is my little piece of crafty heaven.
I love the color pink! The walls in my craft room are painted in a soft/pastel pink so pretty and feminine and then of course white furniture because I love the pristine look.
I use some of my canvasses as wall hanging decor.
My storage box/desk organizer for my go-to G45 supplies.
In this cupboard I keep some of my paper pads, embossing powders, all my cutting dies, stencils, stamps, punches, moulds, embellishments, scoring board, paper trimmer and some tools. Here are some more close-up photos below…
I like to display some projects on top of my cupboard.
I generally like using household/decor items to store my supplies like these glass jars.
Tip: I love using glass jars because not only do they look pretty but I can also see what is inside.
Another glass jar storage for my G45 Decades ink pads.
I have a large chest of drawers and in these drawers, I keep a lot of my craft stash such as my beloved G45 supplies!
This paper rack is quite handy, this is where I store my Graphic 45 Paper collections.
I store the 8×8 paper pad, chipboard, ephemera and die-cut assortments from a collection in the drawers.
My desk view, I guess you can say this is where all the magic happens. Here I have all my paints and mixed media supplies I use on a regular basis at hand. I also have some more projects displayed on
the shelves and the wall.
I store my pens, scissors, paint brushes and glue in these cute coffee mugs.
Hope you enjoyed your look into my craft room.
Thanks for stopping by!!”