Hello everyone! It’s Donna here again and I am here to share my little creative space with you all.
It’s basically 1/4 of our bedroom. Good thing my husband is a very supportive and encouraging one, so he doesn’t mind when our bedroom turn into a “creative mess” when I’m in “my zone”. 😀
This is basically everything I own. I love looking at this while thinking of future projects or while I am stuck in a rut. I like that my own little piece of heaven gives me motivation when I needed it most lol. 😀
The shelf, table and wood cabinet/drawer were all salvaged items. Even the boxes where I store flowers, stencils, metal die cuts, trims and ribbons were all recycled. I just couldn’t throw them away especially the big ones. Though one day I would like to replace them with sturdier plastic ones with covers. Saudi Arabia is prone to sand storms and the open storage boxes tend to collect dust, lots of dust.
One of my newest possession is my teal Raskog!!! Oh my gosh. I just love it. But, as much as I want to put cute stuff like pens, pencils, etc. I couldn’t. My daughter likes to rummage through all the things in there. That is why I kind of blocked it, to prevent her from getting everything lol! There is another similar storage at the back of the Raskog where I have my latest papers like the ones I got from Clique Kits. Again, blocked from the hands of my little girl haha!
I also bought these white plastic canister thingy from IKEA along with the Raskog. All the washi tapes I own are stored in two of those, third one with pens and the last one with photos and other small items. I love me some pens/pencils for sure. And you can also see all the punchers I own. Plus one that is in a box somewhere in the wood cabinet lol.
I have a couple of small plastic drawers where I store my inks and other knick-knacks like string pearls, buttons, etc. The clear plastic box is where I store some of my finished layouts, mini-albums and other stuff. Notice the box of dry sheets? I use those sheets for die cutting. It works perfectly for kind-of-difficult-to-cut metal dies.
Inside the wood cabinet/drawer. Some of my Graphic 45 papers and staples. I had to take this picture really quick because the little diva saw me open them and she thought she can pull them all out, as toys. lol!
And there is my beloved Silhouette Cameo. I used an old, thin and very smooth Winnie the Pooh blouse as cover. Improvisation. Ha! 😀 I just pull the machine out when I need it.
There you have it. 🙂
I enjoyed sharing my little creative space with you. Thank you for joining me today.
Have a great day!