We've been on the road all day and I just finished "somewhat" organizing my make-shift crafting area at our cabin in the Ozarks. Since my permanent space is still in the planning stage for now, I have to occupy the laundry room with the front load washer and dryer and use every nook and cranny for storage. Now, mind you, it's not very tidy but it works. Pics follow--- so brace yourself!
This is my Big Shot station that's a little cramped but serves the purpose. When we're in Texas, this little gem is stored in a drawer.
This is the drawer just beneath the Big Shot. It's pretty shallow but just right for envelopes, note cards, and mailing supplies.
The middle drawer is just the right size to hold all the stamps that I bring with me. Trying to keep them in alphabetical order!
The bottom drawer holds framelits, some retired stamps, and some rags for messes. ;)
This is the pedestal drawer below the dryer. Holds ribbon and embellishments. A bit messy but I know where everything is...you know what I mean.
Yep, you guessed it. Here's the pedestal drawer below the washer. Big Shot dies on the right; finished projects to photograph or give away on the left.
Maybe one day soon, I'll get pics of the rest of it...maybe. Do you have a special area place to craft? Tell us about it in the comment section below.
Thank you for taking the time to peek into my make-shift crafting area!