It is Week 4 of the Craft Room Makeover Challenge and we are sharing our Clean and Decorate tips.
Visit my Crafts page to see what I’ve been making.
From January 3rd through January 31st, 12 Plus crafty bloggers will be sorting, organizing, cleaning, and decorating their craft spaces. Each of us has a very different craft space to tackle, so chances are you will find one similar to yours. Follow along, share you suggestions and tell how you are organizing your craft space too!
Craft Room Makeover organizing is super fun because you get to be crafty creative like I did with my peg board. Do remember seeing that thrifted picture frame on my work table in Week Two? Here it is now being staged for storage use as a peg board frame. It isn’t quite finished yet but you will see all those final details next week for the big reveal.
Visit the first three weeks of the craft room makeover for our progress photos and tips to wrangle in your after the holidays craftermath!
The Clean Up
Part of the craft room makeover process includes giving the room a good cleaning. It sure needed that following the holidays too! I still use this Speed Cleaning Kit I shared a while back. Keeping the most often used supplies handy makes quick clean up so easy!
Craft Room Cleaning Supplies
- All purpose surface spray cleaner
- Window Cleaner
- Roll of paper towels
- Feather Duster
- Lint Roller
- Old worn wash cloths or cut up old t-shirts
All Purpose spray cleaner is good for my work table once a project is complete. It may be necessary to use the Lint Roller or Feather Duster to remove debris from the work table before I can spray and wipe.
Paper towels are a necessity in the craft room even when I’m not cleaning. They are often used for paint brush clean up or when I am decoupaging.
My Craft Room Makeover Goals
- A pretty place to work
- Use that bare wall for organization and aesthetics
Craft Room Makeover Weekly Goals
Week One: Clean Work Surfaces Week Two: Purge & Sort Week Three: Organize Supplies Week Four: Clean & Decorate
- Week Five: The Reveal
Some of the items I will be using to achieve my craft room makeover goals include my favorite work table which is a wipe clean Lifetime table. Also a 10 Drawer rolling storage cart, Bankers Box for paper storage, Pewter Wire Mesh Wall Organizer, Two tier spinning tray which was a DIY project, framed peg board, also a DIY project and finally a magnetic knife strip which will be used for tools.
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We'd love for you to join in on the fun challenge and get organized right alongside us! We will be sharing updates with new ideas and progress every Wednesday morning around 10 am est throughout January with the BIG REVEAL of our finished spaces on January 31.
Follow along and join in on social media by using #craftroomchallenge and #confessyourmess. You can also find us and the challenge via our social media accounts you'll see listed on each of our sites. We will be sharing 15-minute mini daily challenges for you in case you have limited time to dedicate to the challenge. We hope you share your messy spaces and progress with us so we don't feel alone this month!
Before you see the rest of the crafty spaces, please meet our lovely hosts:
Now, let's take a look at all my fellow craft room makeover bloggers spaces!
DIY Storage/Organization Ideas
- Jewelry Box Becomes Sewing Storage Box
- How To Make A Two Tier Pin Cushion for Your Sewing Room
- Two Tier Spinning Craft Storage Tray
- Washi Tape Dry Erase Calendar @Made In A Day
Craft Room Organization Supplies/Equipment
- 10 Drawer Organizer Cart
- Bankers Box 8 Compartment Sorter
- Craft Paint Storage Rack
- Storage Cube Organizer
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