Thanks to those of you who told me the video doesn't work, I have now fixed the problem.
When I moved into the room that was going was going to be my craftroom.
We made do with an old dinning room table and a cut down corner computer desk which lean on a book case and a small school desk, until we could effort a better solution.
It wasn't a good thing as a lot of my stuff was still in boxes, and I didn't craft much only out of necessary.
In the middle of last year I drew up the plans for what I wanted/needed.
We went to Bunnings and got the materials needed, but then the job that dear hubby Paul was working every other week over in Hokitika on the West Coast shifted the finishing date of the project and he was required over there every week so my craftroom went on hold.
Over the Christmas holidays Paul had 4 weeks off work, so he worked on my shelving.
He has made a AB Fab job of them.
This is the 2 bookcases I used all of last year.
This is my sewing cabinet, on top I have completed cards and a photo thigy that I put swaps or cards for displsy.
This is my card stock cabinet for both A4 and 12 x 12 card ands and DSP.
On top I have my Big Shot and cutting station.
My latest purchase was this cloud shelf that I got from K-Mart yesterday which I have my re-inkers in, I love K- Mart.
I have a easel and canvas on the bench, this year I'm going to teach myself to paint.
In this area I can sit and create, underneath I have my wool and yarns and a box of scraps that will go the local kindy.
In the shelves under the bench I have made wire baskets to store tools, marker and sponges etc.
Here is where my computer is and I can create here as well especially if I have someone over to craft with me.
Here is a we video showing you all my room.
I'm so grateful to have such a clever husband like Paul, he is going to make me ink pad and punch holders.
Paul I love to the Moon and back and beyond.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my craft room, I'm looking forward to getting some creating going.
On the white board by my computer I have written different craft challenges that I would like to partake in.
It's so good to have mojo back yay.
To think last year I was thinking of giving up being a demo, it was Paul who encouraged me to stay active.
good great man.