Create a Craft Room

I love to read blogs, but wow, with so many, I'm finding myself a bit lost at sea sometimes. Take today for instance. I stumbled upon a blog I'd never read before called One Good Bumblebee. I know the name from attending craft fairs, but had no clue Miss Bumblebee was a fellow blogger. After hopping on a BOGO offer for paper packs on her site (hurry! offer good only for a few more days, save $25!), I found her link to this cool article on the Country Living website, all about how to create a pretty clever little craft room. I love the word MAKE above this workstation. It looks so forceful, doesn't it? Like sew it right now girl, or die! :) I also love the bolts of fabric and how disorganized things appear, although I'm guessing the girl behind the room knows exactly where everything is located amidst all the piles, just like me!

(photos: keith scott morton)

With so many of us busy at work in our home studios, I thought that this article would be a fun and informative read, especially since early June is a great month to get your work station working for you before schedules become hectic and crafting gets placed on the back burner. I love looking at well organized workspaces like these, not only does the eye candy inspire me to create, but these images provide a swift kick in the pants - must. organize. chaos.

(images by keith scott morton for country living)