Sneak Peak at Little Things

Roses for craft studio

Paper Roses

My craft room is almost complete….here are a few photos of some details. At this point I am just waiting for a rug and chair to arrive before I show the whole completed room. I have to tell you I am thrilled with the room. Not just the design but the space and function…I have a place for all my craft supplies. Then I had an extra surprise! I’m saving it to show later! But these a few photos…

Craft Room Picture Frames

Photos of me and hubby hang in tiny frames


Sorry about the lighting in these photos…it was taken with my iphone without daylight so the pics are a bit grainy!


White dresser in craft room

Flowers and little things on a dresser in my new craft room

I cant wait for it all to be done so I can start posting some craft tutorials!

The Make Beautiful Things Treasury

‘Make Beautiful Things’ by latherandlotions

Named after my blog Make Beautiful Things, this treasury is dedicated to all those who do just that…make our world a little prettier. What could you make with this treasury?

Typography Art Print: B…

Wedding Easels For Chal…


Cream Crochet Trim – 3 …

20 wooden spools wood s…

China Mosaic Tiles SHaB…

Light blue Wool Roving …

Custom Bobbin Graphics …

light Natural Burlap 4 …

Aqua Green Bakers Twine…

Cottage Shabby Chic Che…

Handmade Fabric Buttons…

fabric flower Tutorial …

Set of 2 Beautiful Shab…

ORIGINAL Digital Collag…

Pom Pom de Paris Jelly …

Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.

Studio Spaces Book Review

Better Homes and Garden’s book Studio Spaces  is a 168 page book full of DIY organization tips for your craft space. Like all Better Homes and Gardens Books the photographs are clear and beautiful. The book is divided into six chapters. Designer Studios,Studio Makeovers,Get Organized,Small Spaces,Shared Spaces and Project Ideas.

The book shows many craft studios and spaces,which are nice to look at, but the area where the book really shines is in giving the reader organization ideas. It gives many different ideas for storing different types of craft supplies. My least favorite chapter was Project Ideas. Any serious crafter will find these a bit to elementary and you can find many more challenging and new ideas on the internet.

Although the rooms in the book are nice to look at they are a little too perfect! I personally like the craft spaces in the magazine Where Women Create  that are a bit more “seasoned” and not so staged. I also find the interviews with the artists much more interesting than in this book. They book cost about the same, but Where Women Create is a magazine and this is a book. So if your looking for a book that has a bit more focus on organization and storage ideas than you may find this book useful.




Craft Room Extras

My craft room is almost done! I’ve done a little shopping for some craft room goodies. I picked up a great chair at a really great price at TJMAXX Home Goods and some little accessories such as the rose you see in the pics below. I also purchased a great ribbon rack, looks really great…I’m already loading it up with lots of ribbon.


I love this chair and it should look great in my new craft room.

Bought some pretty paper roses, I’ll find somewhere to put these!

These roses almost look real

Craft Room Wire Ribbon Rack

Here’s the wire ribbon rack(that’s just a photo,not my craft room). I put it up last night. I should have lots of new pics of the room, plus the bonus room! I added a second room for sewing! This week I am putting away all of my craft supplies and I’m so excited to have all that extra storage. Hope to have pics of the new room by next week!