Tuesday, April 1, 2014

My Decorated Craft Room

I told you I would show you pictures of my decorated craft room.  I'm really questioning myself if I didn't go a little overboard.  I have a tendency to do that.  I think it's my obsessive nature.  Any other crafters like that?  It all started when I found a cut file in the Silhouette Online store to cover the control panel of my Cameo.
I cut it from some paper that matched some containers & other things I had bought.  Ok, then it was on.  Next I decorated my Cameo & my Expression 2.  

I had never used vinyl before but I had some of the Cricut white printable vinyl so I used that.  I found all kinds of designs from the Silhouette store.  With the printable vinyl, I chose the designs I wanted to use, opened them in the Silhouette Studio software, filled them with color, printed them and cut them out with the Cameo.  The more I used that machine, the better I liked it.  Anyway, I continued putting vinyl on stuff until it may look like a hippie moved in and took over my craft room.  I need some honest opinions.  Do I need to remove some of it and if so, what?  You won't hurt my feelings.  Here are a couple more pics of the cubes and my desk.

Since taking these pictures, I rearranged the shelves over my work area and added some colorful containers and moved the utensil holder within hands reach of the work space.  

Thanks for visiting with me today.  I wish you all could just come in my craft room and design your beautiful projects with  me.  Until the next time.  God Bless You!!!! Peggy


  1. I think it looks great. I like the drawers where you decorated the corners of two of them to create an overall oval look to the drawer unit.
    I did smile at your comment of the "hippie moving in."
    I too love the cameo. It cuts vinyl so nice and everything else too.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. I am so jealous of your beautiful craft room!!!!! I do my crafting on my dining room table and is a challenge at times. I love all the colors you have used with the vinyl.



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