Hello all and welcome back! I had a few requests after my first Craft Room Tour video to show more detail. Please check out my YouTube video below for an indepth look into some of the drawers and organization in my craft room!
If you haven’t seen my original Craft Room Tour, you can check that out here, it has a view of the entire room and all my cabinets, shelves and drawers!
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day! ❤
Hello!! Thank you so much for joining me again! Today, I wanted to share my craft room with you! I have linked the YouTube video tour down below, but please check out the rest of this post for some more details!
Here is the video if you’d like to head over to YouTube to check it out:
I have posted some pics below detailing some of my organization :
When I first started organizing my embellishments in here, I thought ice cube trays would be a great way to separate/organize the little pieces. When the idea hit me, I needed to get it done right away! The store in my town did not have white ice cube trays, I could only find these blue ones. So, I just spray painted them white to help the colors of the embellishments stand out. I could have probably waited and bought white ones, and it would have looked better, but oh well. It works!
I had to throw this pic in here because Ralphie is just exhausted and can’t handle it anymore – he is just too much sometimes, the drama!
This section of drawers is just to the left of my work desk, so I have some things here that I use frequently, such as glitter, Zig Clean Color and Arteza Markers, Rhinestones/Pearls.
A lot of these white drawers are still empty! How exciting is that?! Room to fill with fun, new crafty stuff! This drawer is full of rhinestones and pearls in a plastic insert to help separate and organize.
The clear plastic organizers were from Pat Catans and I love them for my glitter. They have lids that screw on and I like having them in little containers that make it easier to sprinkle onto my projects. I also LOOOVVVEEE just looking at glitter 🙂 So I can pull out a container and just stare at the sparkle.
Thank you for joining me today! I will leave you with a couple pictures of my crafting companions…