Ok---I have been blogging since November---I am ready to confess this is my Craft space looking from my bedroom (I know I know my poor husband). We might be showing our house soon to rent or sell. I need to make some changes. I need help!!!!!!!!! I entered a contest it is at http://www.scrapboxusa.com for the messiest craft space. You can go there once a day everyday until 4/22. When you get to the site hit the skip info button then hit the craftbox giveaway button.....hit on the cast your vote now! button and vote for #46. The person with the most votes wins not the messiest. Vote for #46!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!! It would be great, because we will probably be moving to something smaller and I am still going to need to craft (probably more then ever when I am an empty nester.
The stacking trays on the left I purchased recently to organize all my printing paper---I have to work on it more and label which is sticker paper, copy paper, cardstock etc.
I haven't touched this side of the room yet. Except for changing my inspiration board for Spring. I will start purging again soon when I get the courage.
This is the hoosier cabinet I was able to take about half of it's contents out. It was heart wrenching, though. I was able to go through my projects and throw away all my little scraps. I have a hard time throwing them out. I did fill about 3 boxes all together full of supplies to sell at my garage sale(was supposed to have this weekend, but the weather and the way I felt was awful).
This is what I am working on now---the collage sheets are FREE!!!! from Cassandra--the button is on the right and she is celebrating her birthday this week. Hit the top Marie button and go over to wish her a Happy Birthday. She is really generous with giveaways and these collage sheets--I love them!
So, this is what I have been up to lately. I was able to find these canvas drawers for $2.99 each--I filled them pretty fast. I am trying to empty hutches and will sell them when we decide to move definitely. I did have fun organizing all the drawers and when we move I can carry them easily, by flipping them on their backs---they are nice and light.