Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving - I am Thankful

I am thankful for many things this Thanksgiving, but most of all family!

Copyright 2008-2013, ACK, for Generational

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Evolution of My Craft Room

My craft room started its life as a storeroom. Hubs and I bought 3 shelving units and stored all our stuff there - photos, craft stuff, tools, paint and everything that otherwise didn't have a "home."

Then it became a craft/storeroom. Now it is more craft room, but still part storeroom.

 This picture shows its incarnation as lots of storage and part craft room.
 Being used as a craft room, but no real organization.
 Packed up and awaiting transformation.
 Floor to ceiling pantry and open shelves. Slowly being filled up.
 Oh, yes, a minifridge. The "craft" side of the room has 42 inch cabinets.
 Looks better!
 This is my set up for my eclips. Unfortunately, the video card on the laptop died. The computer is almost 6 years old, not sure its worth fixing.
 You can see that I am getting it unpacked and set up.

I'm sad the old Dell laptop is not working. Not sure what I'm going to do, but too busy to go looking at anything. I think I'll finish setting it up first. Everything to the right of the laptop has been put away, hung, or organized. Just a few finishing touches. You can see the Martha Stewart Wall system. I added to that today and will take more pictures when I've neatened up a bit.

It was a long time coming, but worth the wait.

Friday, November 1, 2013

What We Did Today!

This is what we did today .. we cleaned everything out of our "storeroom." It hasn't been this empty since we moved in June 13, 2008. The filet crochet hanging I made for our bathroom, but I like it in this room.

Why is the room cleaned out? On Monday, it will be transformed into my long-awaited craft room! Really, I have been without a craft room for a couple of months, because we packed things up before we went on vacation in September. I will be glad to get back to crafting.

Copyright 2008-2013, ACK, for Generational