Craft Room Tour Part 3: Storage

Hi Everyone,
I just got back from Raleigh, North Carolina yesterday, I had scheduled and posted the final video of my room tour while I was away over on You Tube, but ran out of time before we left to get the blog post written...so here it is :)

Today's video is an in-depth tour of my craft room and how I store my supplies. I decided before filming to do a final walk through of my room to make sure it was how I wanted it. I ended up moving all my scrapbooking supplies to the storage room, this way I still have them, but can put them away when I'm not using them. It saves me space in my room and let's me still hold on to my supplies. My scrapbooking moods change often, so it's good to have that option of storing them away when I'm not in the scrappy mood.  Here is today's video. Enjoy!

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If you missed the other two videos in this series here are the links to the blog posts.
Craft Room Tour #1 Overview
Craft Room Tour #2 Workspace

If you would like to see all my room tours and updates on my craft space from previous years...Click HERE (or "My Craft Space" in the categories section on the right).

I hope you enjoyed this series and if there is anything in my room you'd like to see more details on, please post a comment below or click "Contact Me" above.

Thank you,
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4 comments

  1. Love your room! Please do a video on the memory planner you mentioned in the video. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Lisa, I have plans for a video soon on my memory planner. Stay tuned.
      Christina

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  2. Very lovely room. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Over the years I've seen several videos of your craft rooms and it still amazes me how much stuff you have for someone who does not craft for a living. And how much did I buy because you have it and I had to have it? Don't ask. lol. Just FYI, Jennifer McGuire has a free download of ink swatch sheets you can print out and stamp your inks on so you know what you have. Now I have to go reorganize more!

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