Craft Room Makeover (Part 3) {Video}


This weekend, despite the rain, I decided to work in my craft room a little more.  I didn't think I could do it, but I realized that if I chunk the work, I can focus only on one area, feel a sense of satisfaction for that day and go on to something else.

The way I work/clean, I always tend to go around the perimeter of the room and then work my way to the middle.  Whatever's left in the middle by then has to find a new home outside of mine or I have to think of how I can save it in a way that won't disrupt what I've just organized.  Sometimes that means finding the right shelving or taking some thrift store runs.  Those are always fun.

Well, anyhoo, the lime green walls in my craft space proved to be a great pick-me-up on such a dreary day.

What's my ultimate goal?  To create a workable area that has a boutique/studio feel so that I can welcome guests in there at any time.


If you're new to my blog, WELCOME!  And if you're super curious as to what this room looked like before, check out this space here and here.  And if you missed the past two Craft Room Makeover videos, you can view them on my Youtube Playlist.

Happy Crafting,


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Comments

  1. Uauuu!
    I love green! Everything is organized, beautiful.
    Congratulations! :-)

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  2. Gabby and I watched this together, and we loved it!

    You know that workout series called Insanity? Their little motto is, "Just push play." If you can get that far, you're probably going to work out. Maybe yours will be, "Just push record." How motivating to know that someone will be watching you work!

    Keep these coming!

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  3. Vibrant and lovely -- and organised! I envy you your space lol! This is a very professional video, by the way :)

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  4. Great video and I wish so much that I could move that fast. :-)

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  5. You are doing a beautiful job with your space! Your color scheme is great!

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  6. It looks great Libby! The room is looking so inviting and inspiring to work in!

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