Each year, I share pictures of my current studio and I love being able to look back and see the evolution of my space.
I’ve gone from an unfinished space to a finished one twice in the last several years thanks to a certain little someone. The last two years have been an incredible journey and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. It’s been so awesome to see my dreams come true.
At this point, we’re finishing things up with the studio project. We’re in the process of thinking through the final layout and slowly buying and building what we need.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we are so close and yet so far away from being finished. Moving in has been a never-ending process because all of my supplies were literally scattered throughout the entire house.
This is definitely our favorite place to be. The little guy has lots of toys in here and we’re finally to the point where almost all of my stuff is in here too.
I temporarily keep all of my beads and jewelry-making supplies on the card table. I’m in the process of getting everything figured out, but in the meantime… This is what I had. Lol…
All of my paper and my cutters are organized on this galvanized shelf. The galvanized metal bins are full of raw chipboard and mini-albums.
Unfinished projects and kits are on the wire rack and my Raskog is full of Thickers and letter stickers. I found this awesome 2-tier serving tray a while back and I use it to organize all of my mists.
The top tray of my Raskog cart is full of letter stickers. The middle one is where I put my 13×15 and 6×12 Ziplock bags for the time-being, and the bottom one will eventually be Thickers.
These two wire shelves and the steel desk aren’t staying, but I needed a sort of “placeholder” to get all of my scrapbooking and mixed media & art journaling supplies organized.
Washi tape is sorted in glass jars by color and wood veneers are stored in these clear embroidery floss organizers.
We’re supposed to be getting a DIY sawhorse desk for Christmas and that’ll go here. I put our table and chairs in here for the time-being as well. The little guy usually sits in the chair in the corner. It’s the most adorable thing ever. Lol…
I use this little organizer for all of my tools. Anything and everything that’s sharp is in here as well. For the most part, the little guy just does his own thing, but I’d really rather not take any chances, so…
How has your creative space evolved over the years? Leave a comment and share.
Psst… If you haven’t already, you’re definitely going to want to come hang out with us in our 52 Weeks Facebook group. That’s where we’ll be chatting about the challenges and our creative spaces.
Thanks so much for visiting. See ya next week!