For a long time several friends of mine have been asking to post the pictures of my craft room, so finally I'm satisfying this request :)
I wasn't able to make a good panoramic shot of the room. Each time I tried, several parts of the picture turned out blurred or kind of double, so here are some regular pics of how my room looks in general (starting from it's right side):
As you can see I have several tables (really simple ones from IKEA), and each table represents a working station - a sewing and die-cutting station, the main working station and a computer one.
On the sewing station I have this stand (which was genuinely purposed for nail lacquers storage) for all the liquid pearls, distress stickles, distress stains, embossing powders etc.
Everything I want from here is easy to access and see:
I have several additional embossing powders on my FIMO shelves (I really hope I'll get to FIMO again sometime, I still have a lot of clay to use):
These IKEA bookshelves are a place where I keep papers for cards, my flowers (mostly from IAmRoses), boxes with beads and some other stuff:
In this Copic carrying case I store my markers. It's quite heavy, so it's always on my table:
This (again) is my main working table. I like to work on this ceramic tile (it's from the times I was making things from polymer clay), it's easy to clean and nearly impossible to scratch. I always try to have different kinds of scissors and glues withing an easy reach of my hand:
On one of the open shelves of another bookcase I keep all my Tim Holtz and Sizzix dies:
The rest of the dies are in this photo album:
It is so so HEAVY, with all the metal dies inside! :) Here are several pages from the album for you to understand how it looks like:
Actually I learned to store dies this way from my lovely friends in Israel - Olushka & Tanya. Thank you, girls, for an idea!
Under two (of the three) tables I have drawer units from IKEA and they are great for storing so many different things! I'm just in love with them! These I saw for the first time at my another Israeli friend - Efrat - and I said to myself that I had to have these :)
Several drawers are for my punches:
One for the inks:
Another one for crop-a-dile and corner chompers:
And all the rest for different small things:
I store my clear stamps in this office ring binder. I've added into it acetate sheets and attached the stamps to them:
Wood-mounted and rubber stamps I store in thick and thin Stuftainers, which are absolutely great!
Tim Holtz distress inks are something I use quite a lot, so I don't even want them to be in a drawer. I found a better way (at least for me) to store them. I bought two wooden boxes and put all Distress inks there. Each time I need them, it's easy to take them out of the shelf:
That's it! I hope you enjoyed reading this post :) I rest my case here :)
Have a nice day/evening, you, crafters!