What movie is the first part of that title from? Anyone?
Cinderella, can’t you just see Gus-Gus getting all excited about the beads for Cinderelly and the big fat Lucifer running over to sit on the necklace?….
Anyway, I have been trying to organize my craft rooms for months. A while back, I decided that all interior items(meaning not tools in the garage) that have anything to do with creativity needed to be in one space. So, I started collecting from around my house. It is amazing how far the paintbrushes and watercolor paper have been from each other for so long.
Well, it is not like I work on the space everyday, or even every other day but I have been working on my craft room for MONTHS now. It has been whipping me good! I go in there to clean it and end up making a bigger mess than I started with, get discouraged, shut the door and leave it for another week or two. (obviously, I haven’t been using it for crafting, let alone using any of the junk I am storing…)
I am all over the place with this post, and I am about to go even further. A few weeks ago, I went to a thrift store and found this great 3 leveled spice rack with the cutest little glass bottles, with glass stoppers. (I already have two similar spice racks unused at my house- I may have a problem!, no I don’t have time to see a counselor!) And I thought I could use it for my craft room. Here is what I did.
What do you think?
P.S. Sorry that I have been sorta absent from my blog lately. I had an emergency family trip come up about 2 weeks ago and have been out of town for those 2 weeks, I just barely got back. It was unplanned and I was unprepared, so my blog has suffered a little, and honestly it may take me a few weeks to catch up with projects to show you. But I will have a ton of great guests so please keep coming by.
If any of you have any tutorials you would like to share with everyone, send me a link! I would love to show off your work, and I could really use some help. Also, I will be featuring more of your party projects with the help of the Mr. R.