Wednesday, 21 July 2010


Well no crafting done for a while but thought i would join in with woyww this week. I dont have a craft room or a craft desk, I only have a craft  cupboard and I craft in front of the tv with my little table lol but still i thought i would share so here ya go .... some parts of my cupboard.

Above - where i keep my alcohol inks,bottled inks,embossing powders,etc
 Also on the top shelf i keep cosmic shimmers etc plus the box with alcohol inks and various cards and envelopes
 Here i have boxes of buttons, brads,and assorted stuff. Also books and files for collage pieces and alterable bits
you can just see my tin box of punches to the left too. The jars above also hold bits and are screwed into the shelf
All the drawers hold clear and rubber stamps
You cant see all the inks here but there are a lot and then to the left you can just see a lot of wooden stamps too.
Ribbons in this huge cereal container
The boxes and set of drawers hold all my embellishments and other craft paraphanalia - the blue top box has glues and tapes in
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Linda Elbourne said...

It is lovely to get the opportunity to see around your crafty space June ... you always make such beautiful creations there X

Anonymous said...

Well, it may only be a cupboard but there's such a lot going on there! The jars screwed to the shelves are pure genius!


Cath Wilson said...

Great to see all your stash, June, lol. Love the idea of the jars screwed underneath the shelf, too and you have some yummy things! But how do you cope with putting it all away when you finish and how do you know which bits you're going to need to get out when you decide to play???

Ginny said...

June, I am glad to see that I am not the only one that does NOT have an enire room designated for creating. I do have a bit more space than you, but, not a lot. The jars under the shelf remind me of how my husband had his workbench in the garage organized. He used baby food jars for all the little screws, nuts and bolts. Hugs, Ginnyxxxx

Cheryl said...

oh its fab to see your stuff,hun,and those jars,are a great way to have your storage,too,hugs cheryl xxxxxxx

jackiescrafts said...

It's lovely to see your craft space and all your stash June
I love the idea of the jars screwed to the shelf above

HUgs Jackie x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Welcome to WOYWW. You will love it here. And it just goes to prove you don't need a big craft room to make art. It's nice to see another tidy crafter. That's both a blessing and a curse when you have a small space. Happy WOYWW.

Chris said...

June, you are a true crafts person, you make do with the space you have. Beside you could start out with a five foot table and end up with 12 inches of working space at any given moment. You are another brave soul. Hug, Chris

Julia Dunnit said...

Wow June, thanks for the tour - you may have a small space but how organised and well planned! I love the jars screwed onto the shelf; my grandpa had themin his work area nad when we stayed he always had one full of sweeties!

Karen said...

It may only be a cupboard June but WOW there are some lovely goodies in there my lovely XXX

Spyder said...

It's true, I have a crafty room...but it spreads everywhere! I couldn't keep it in a cupboard! Lovely goodies in there. I used the Jam Jars screwed to the shelf...but not this time. Have a good weekend..sorry I'm sooo late, taken me ages!! But well worth it!

Lynne said...

All your lovely stash looks very organised. I am very messy and untidy crafter. Thanks for the tour. Have a great weekend. Lynne x

Chrissie said...

What a nifty idea to stick the lids of the jars to the underside of the shelf and just screw the jars into them!