I am so excited to share with you my craft room transformation. It’s been a labor of love and I really adore the space that I created. The best thing about it? It is very affordable and easy to create, so anyone can do it!
Let’s share a bit of how it looked before so that you can see the true transformation:
Check out more of the before craft room transformation.
Thanks to Taylor Made, I exposed my space to the bloggy world and then realized that it really wasn’t a place that inspired creativity. After seeing all of the amazing rooms in the Craft Room Series I decided I needed to take steps to make it more friendly and be a place I wanted to spend time. I needed a space where I could lay things out, be able to find them and reach them easily and still have the kids be able to spend time with me as I crafted.
I made reversible dust covers for both my sewing machine and my Cricut and added some fabric flower embellishments. I followed Stay-at-Home Artist’s method for creating the sewing machine dust cover and then just transferred that concept for the Cricut one.
I had the two cupboards already and added a 3rd Cubbie unit between them. These are all used to store my healthy collection of craft supplies.
I purchased a 24 x 36 piece of foam core that I cut into 10″ x 7″ rectangles to use as fabric organizers. I use a pin to secure the fabric to the board. It works perfectly and was super inexpensive. Just make sure to use a super sharp Xacto knife or box cutter when cutting it and you’ll be golden.
I love how tidy and neat it looks and it keeps the fabric in nice shape too! I typically buy fabric for specific projects, so I don’t have a huge stash, but I am happy that it is finally organized and not shoved in a drawer.
My scrapbook paper is stored in a 12×12 Cropper Hopper Vertical Paper Holder I purchased at Walmart and embellished with a circle and P.