We are moving to Cathrine, who lives in northern part o Norway. She invited us to her well organized craftroom, where every thing she is using has own place - it looks perfect :)
By the way, Cathrine has prepared a little course for autumn card.
is the most important part of my craftroom. I like to have most off my supplies
nearby. All my papers and stamps are placed behind me so I just turn around to
reach for them. Under my Big Shot I have drawers with stash like bling,
chipboards, metal embellishments, resins, laces and so on. I also have hangers
with more flowers and fabrics on the sides. This hobby makes a lot of leftover
plastic, pieces of paper-scraps and so on, so I decided to sort my trash and
save the environment as best as I can.
live in the northern part of Norway and there is no daylight here in the
winter, so it’s important for me to have extra light when I take pictures of my
craft pieces. That is why I decided to use a part of my craftroom to place a
tent and some small lamps. This way it’s really easy to take pictures of my
cards etc. It’s nothing fancy but it makes life a bit easier.
my amazing kit from Wycinanka I got some autumn leaves, and because it’s autumn
I decided to try to create something with these chipboards. Autumn colours are
not my favourite, but I challenged myself and just decided to go with it. As
you can see everything is in order. My desk is tidy and everything is on point
;-) Just wait for it...
I try to decide where my picture is going to be placed.
I start to play around with embellishments. The chaos is about to get real…
finally think I have a plan.
is building up as I glue all parts together. I have to say that I cleaned my
room and desk before I took these pictures. The reality is uglier. I
decided to use the lovely small leave stamp and just fuzzy cut them and use
them in between the chipboards.
card is almost finished. It just needs the final touch.