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Craft room unveiling

Here it is at last, my craft room is 99% finished. The door needs rehanging, the radiator fitting and the last piece of beading for the floor under my desk needs nailing in. I am so pleased with it and since Friday when it became functional I have hardly left it. I was going to do some housework today before I go back to work tomorrow and because I haven't been using the rest of the house it only took me half an hour to run the hoover round and shift the dust about. I'm going to my scrapbooking class at the Craft Box tonight but I don't want to leave my room, I always enjoy these classes as it's a good crowd.

Comments

How wonderful to have such a fantastic craft room, very tidy and a place for everything. I converted a bedroom last summer and it's wonderful just to leave your current project out and close the door. Heaven. Good luck with trying to keep it tidy, it only lasts a short while.
Bea said…
looks just what I am looking for !! I am still in a huge guddle!! never mind I can but dream
Nissen Family said…
What a great crafting space you have Kathy! Thanks so much for linking up to my linky party @ http://debsheartandhome.wordpress.com! I'm having so much fun and gleaning some great ideas from you all :')

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