I am finally moved into our new home and unpacked. Can you believe it? It seems like FOREVER since I've had a craft room. I'm so grateful that Karlee was able to come and visit this weekend to help me set it up. I think it turned out super cute and very much like my old one. Hope you like it! No videos just yet but here are some pictures that should tide you over. Miss you all!
My walk in closet where I have most of my extra Cricut machines, Yudu, Cricut cartridges, aprons, etc.
I can't wait to use my Yudu! Do they even sell these anymore? I need to catch up on my projects!
My Imagine machines. I know that these are now obsolete but I still plan on using them, at least until I cannot anymore.
I'm excited to be able to have all of my stamp sets out and in front of me in this new craft room. I didn't have room before to display all of them.
I have two of these PINK Ikea Kallax storage units and I added some of the doors to them. I love how I can hide away some of my bigger ideas that used to be in weird spots. I can now fit them all in!
Here is one opened up. I have my pens, watercolor crayons, pencils, Copics, Sharpies, and Promarkers in them.
I have some of my Cricut cartridges displayed on an open shelve above the PINK Ikea storage unit on the right along with my Cricut Expression 2. Oh, and of course, there is Cricky!
I feel so accomplished! After Karlee left this weekend, I actually hung my M P S letters all by myself. There are a few extra holes under each letter but don't tell anyone. (Especially my husband!)
One of my embellishment stations. I bought both of these from Hobby Lobby and Michaels. I am storing some ribbon, some ink pads, buttons, flowers, embossing powder, glitter, gems, etc., on this one.
This is my other embellishment station that is on the back wall that you will see a lot in my upcoming videos. It has some ribbon, stickler, and this & that.
Above my paper station I have more Cricut cartridges. I have way too many, if you want to know the truth. I don't have the heart to get rid of any but I really need to!!
My Michaels' cubes along with my 12x12 paper storage rack. I bought this YEARS ago so I cannot tell you where to purchase it. Just google 12x12 card stock racks and you will get a ton of sites.
Close up of Cricky!
Pic of the wall where my paper station is. These are Ikea Kallax storage units. I bought the 12x12 paper holder inserts at scrapbook.com. Love them!
Here is a closer look.
More pics of my closet which stores about 75% of my Cricut cartridges.
A better angle. I was able to fit a TON in this closet. I had my builder make each shelf big enough to fit storage baskets.
My seat! I will be sitting on this side of the room on my computer or crafting most of the time. There is a beautiful view of the mountain outside that window. I wonder if I'll get any work done!
This is what it looks like when you first walk into My Pink Loft. I am so happy it is all set up! Almost a year without a complete loft!
I'm so happy I decided not to paint this room pink like my other rooms in the past. I enjoyed that season of My Pink Loft but I am looking forward to many more years in my new sophisticated Pink Loft. Plus, the bright pink hurt my eyes!
Here is a little bit of my balcony. I haven't opened it much during the day yet because of those stinkin' Box Elder bugs!! We've already had to have the bug guys come out twice to spray. So annoying!
My Pink Stamper Stamps station! Yes, you can see that I still have held on to quite a bit of My Pink Stamper Stamps. Who knows, they might have a comeback and I might put them back up for sale. I'm going to have to really ponder this one. I miss my stamps and there is nothing out there like them, if I do say so myself. Plus, I have a couple more ideas up my sleeve!
More of the rack!
Look at how neat and organized my Bind It All station is!! Love that they fit in these 13x13 cubes.
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