LOL! Yes, I do!!!!! Pure happiness! Check out Tracy McLennon’s layout featuring Simple Stories. Not only do I love a well-stocked craft room, but I also LOVE it when fellow scrapbookers take the time to document the room that they spend so much time in. At first glance, you may think it silly, but it is a very large part of what we do and who we are.
Where we spend hours telling our stories, documenting our history, learning, creating and simply being who we are. Take a moment in 2019 and scrapbook your space. Tell the story of how it began, your favourite moments, and your scrapbooking journey. It is a part of you and therefore it is PERFECT! Your family will love it!
Tracy put together her layout using the Simple Stories Crafty Girl collection.
To see more of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs
Happy Happy NEW YEAR everyone!
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The craftroom in the picture is the first one I’ve ever seen that kind of looks like mine, and by that I mean not perfect, well organized, clean and matchy matchy cabinets and decor! I’ve always felt like I was the only one that had an area that has so much stuff and messy. Actually mine is in worst shape because it’s used for scrapbooking, painting, sewing, quilting, get away area and right now it’s storing a bunch of boxes with all kinds of stuff in them for me to go thru. I don’t have an attic or garage to store this stuff so in my area it will go.
Thank you ?? I really need to se a real craft room that looks like someone actually lives and crafts in ?? .
Happy New Year and here to hoping for others craftroom pictures like this ?.
That is a great LO and the perfect paper collection to create it with. Simple Stories has some great packages.
I feel so blessed to have a room to create in and enough space to welcome others to join me. So many have to use the kitchen table and for some its the floor of their bedroom. Its not how matched the furniture is or how beautifully displayed the products are that make it work. Its having a space to call your own that inspires you to make something. A true artist/crafter can and will create anywhere! 🙂