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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Craft Room Mega Post!

The day has FINALLY arrived!
Yahoooooo!!!!!

This has been a L---O---N---G process.  I started working on this room (our former "office") over three months ago ..... and TRANSFORMATION is an understatement!  (At least I think so!)

WARNING:  This is going to be a L---O---N---G post, too.  It's taken me about five years to write it .... OK, maybe five hours.  But bottom line - it's taken quite a while, because 1) there is a LOT to show, 2) I want to make sure to show it ALL, and 3) I am so darn excited about this room, I just can't stop talking about it!!!
So, without further adieu  .... here's a sneak peak:
Do you love?
Because I LOVE!
And to give you an idea of WHY I might love this space so much -- let me just show you what my "office" looked like before:

Pretty pathetic, I know.....

So back in April, I began the process of transforming my "office" into my "MOM CAVE" (and by that, I mean an oasis for ME -- a room full of the things I love, space to work on my projects, an organized place for everything, and lots of vintage-esque "ME" style!).

To read back over some of the beginning stages of my Mom Cave Makeover, click HERE.
And now, for the grand tour of the Mom Cave .... I'm going to show you ALL of the (many) pictures first, and then I'll break down the components, piece by piece, at the end!

















(There's my super-cute, custom Little Lucy Lu bag from Nest of Posies!)


1. Three-tiered wire basket (like this one) that I purchased online.  (Mine was a little less expensive, but that company has sold out of them, so I linked a site that has them available.)
2. Linen storage boxes from IKEA ($12.99).
3. Baskets from Target (and homemade chalkboard tags that I'll tell you about in a future post).
4. Shelves and brackets from IKEA (which you can read about from my previous post HERE ... and yes, I painted them AGAIN!).
5. Metal storage buckets and rods from IKEA (also from a previous post).
6. Tool box that I made (and will tell you about in a future post).
7. Work table that I made (almost) by myself! (and chair/slipcover from Pier 1)
8. Bird house planter box functioning as my "sewing kit".
9. CREATE letters - random letters I collected and embellished (which you can read about in a future post).
1. An old rusty windmill that I "built" on the wall (I'll tell you about this in a future post SOON!).
2. Shelves from IKEA that I painted (4 times!) and used for lots of great storage!
3. CREATE - random letters I found and embellished (future post).  
4. Old wooden cubby I purchased last weekend at the big Barn House sale!  (sweet!)
5. Work table I built myself.  (Find out how to DIY HERE!)
6. Chair and slip cover from Pier 1.  (You can read about it HERE!)
7. An old wire basket I painted, added burlap "ribbon" to, and hung on the wall to hold my favorite inspirational magazines.  
8. An old shutter on top of two basic craft store cubbies, stained and connected to make a unique side table.  (Look for more of this in a future post!)
9. Galvanized tub full of coloring books, art supplies, and a few toys .... to keep Lucy busy when she joins me in the Mom Cave (and she frequently does! :-)
10. Old locker baskets, purchased from a local antique mall, add vintage charm and useful storage.  
11. Rusty old garden globe, purchased from a local antique mall, and hung from the ceiling -- just because!
12. An old gold mirror, transformed into a framed chalkboard (you can see that project HERE!).
13. My childhood desk and chair, which I gave a complete makeover back HERE.  
14. Bulletin board and magnetic chalkboard, made from an old screen (complete with homemade number magnets!) (Read all about that project HERE!)
15. Old tin ceiling tiles, painted and hung on the wall.
16. Old wood shelf, painted and used as my "mailbox".  

WOWZA.
I feel like I just showed you the last three months of my life, all in one post!
(Probably because that's what I've been DOING for the last three months of my life! :)~
And I can tell you, it has been SO worth the time and effort .... I'm already spending every spare minute in my "Mom Cave" .... and it makes me happy. :-)

*If there is something specific you'd like to know more about or if you have a question about anything in my Mom Cave, just let me know in the comments, and I will do my best to answer your questions!  
And be sure to look for several upcoming posts that highlight the "projects" in my space that haven't been posted previously .... like the rusty old windmill on the wall!  

Thanks for reading along, for your encouragement, and for making this adventure even more fun than it would have otherwise been! :-)

**Linking up at Home Stories A to Z ... and other places. :-)

167 comments:

  1. I WANT this room! Can you please come and do mine? Of course, mine has to double as a guest bedroom too. Hmmm.... now I just need to do it but you have totally encouraged me to do so!

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  2. Ohhhh, this turned out so nice!!! Being a farm girl I have to say I love love love that windmill!!!! Also, I love how you used the shutter!!!! Amazing job on your mom cave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Oh my word Bec!!!! This is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!! And fantastic, and spectacular, and AWESOME!!! I am now officially moving in! lol That was a lot of work for you. I can't even say which part I like best! :)

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  4. It looks fabulous!!! You do amazing work, you should consider being an interior decorator for your "other" job, as if you didn't have enough on your plate already! ;-P Enjoy!

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  5. It turned out so sweet! I love it! Can't wait till I have a space of my own to turn into my mom nook. Enjoy!

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  6. OMG!!! I am in love!!!!!! Very nice!!!

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  7. It's SOOOOO CUTE! I can't wait to get working on my space. Thank you for the inspiration!!!

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  8. It. Is. Gorgeous. I love every little piece of it! Great job!!

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  9. Holy cuteness! What an inspiring space!!!! So, I finished my "mom cave" too.I'm posting pics tomorrow. I'll let you know. Yours puts mine to shame but I just love that I have a space for me to be creative. As always Bec, thanks for your inspiration. Now I need to go stare at these pictures for the next 30 minutes and soak it all in. :)

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  10. Wow. I saw the first pic and added it to my pinterest board for inspirational craft spaces...then I started reading your post and it got better and better! LOVE all the little touches. The whole space is FAB! Good work : )
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

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  11. Wow, Cuz that looks AWESOME!

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  12. I love all the little crafty touches. This is such a beautiful room! You did such an amazing job!

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  13. WOW!! So many wonderful details - it just looks fabulous! I think that windmill is my personal favorite. It's just so unique! Enjoy your awesome space!!
    Jenn :)

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  14. It is very pretty! I love it! I am in the middle of redecorating my craft room and yours is very inspiring!

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  15. How inspiring it must be to work in this room and CREATE. I love it all.

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  16. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!! OMG... now I gotta go and redo my craft corner....

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  17. Oh, what a lovely room, I am so jealous!

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  18. Such a lovely transformation!! There are so many things that I love in that room... Metal Storage Buckets, the mail holder, your bag... and so many other things. Worth the time and efforts spent.

    -Tanya
    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/

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  19. OMG- you have the most beautiful room! So creative and lovely!!

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  20. Oh Bec! I am so in love. I want to copy it from head to toe. I am trying to do my space on a budget, but man, it is so hard to stick to the budget, especially when IKEA just opened up down the street and you throw these wonderful shots my way!

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  21. It's an absolutely amazing makeover!! I love all the individual items, and as a whole they just look awesome!! That cubby was a really cool find...and I LOVE how you created that storage area with the basic wood boxes and the shutter. So many great ideas! :)

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  22. This is a stunning transformation, every crafter dreams of a room like this.

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  23. remarkable, so functional yet peaceful! can't wait to read about the windmill

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  24. Great Job! It looks beautiful and makes me want to "do" a space for myself. I love every bit of it:-)

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  25. Your room looks great. It is always a shock how long it takes me to finish a project like this one. And equally surprising is how fast I can make a mess of it...
    Sorry you missed the lockers, they went to the Prairie with Kristin (Faded Prairie) She told me her son used it to lock his sister "in jail" ;)
    JOY!

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  26. Amazing! I'm loving the windmill. I'd love for you to link this to my first ever linky party. http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2011/08/linky-party-1.html -Tara

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  27. This is gorgeous! What a fun & relaxing space for you! Everything is so pretty & colorful!

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  28. I love your craft room. I am finally moving into my new house that was finished 5 years ago after trying to sell the house we are living in for 6 years. I so want my new craft room to be a place of inspiration. I have been a crafter all my life and a jewelry maker/designer for 11 years and have never had a studio. Your craft room has given me several ideas. It is so very pretty Thanks for posting the pictures.

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  29. oops, I notice that you are so on the ball, not only did you create a lovely craft room, but you already linked to my party. Thank-you.

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  30. OMG Bec! I LOOOOVE it! I literally gasped when I saw your windmill!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE that detail! I can't wait for your post on how you did it. :) Seriously, such a cute room - and great inspiration since I am currently working on our office/craft room. (Which I can guarantee will take at least 3 months, so don't you feel bad!) :)

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  31. I absolutely LOVE this space! You did SUCH a FANTASTIC job! It has to feel that much better knowing that you put so much hard work into making it perfect! I love all the rustic pieces, and there is SO much personality in this room! I just redecorated our office but it looks nothing like this! I love the windmill, and the old garden globe. Such cute, personal touches! Way to go! :-)

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  32. Cool. I like the shutter storage area!!

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  33. This is such a gorgeous room luv luv all the unique details..I can't wait to learn how you made the windmill.
    I will be honored if you will add this project in our weekly linking party every Wednesdays at
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/08/my-inner-baker-with-linking-party.html
    Have a great week,
    Maggie
    http://passionatelyartistic.com

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  34. 1. You should be excited over this room and post! 2. It was long but worth it and 3. My favorite is the shutter as the top of the bookcase. I would hang out in that room all day long, just shut the door off from the kids and enjoy. When can I come over?

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  35. Wow, wow and WOW! Seriously. All.of.it! I HAVE to feature this on my blog. Have to. Going to. :)

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  36. that is fabulous! i love the windmill-what a unique idea. super jealous of your frame storage-i need to organize all the random ones that i have. also, love the way you numbered and collaged the photos. too much work for me!

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  37. Your space turned out fantastic, Bec! I've been looking for a craft table tutorial for awhile - thanks so much for sharing yours! I think it might just work for me, too!

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  38. I love your room! I am going to take a few ideas :) I also HAVE to pass this on to a friend of mine...she will love it too!

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  39. oh my word....jaw dropping (literally) gorgeous perfection.

    This is the BEST BEST craft room & TOTALLY my style!

    love love love it - so glad I found you!

    www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

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  40. Absolutely incredible...I definitely need a room like that!! My "mom cave" is a big pile of supplies in the basement! Way to go!

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  41. I love, love, LOVE your craft room/mom cave! It looks beautiful (and functional). Thank you for inspiring me to work on my space some more. :)

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  42. wow!!
    this room looks amazingly fantastic!!
    love love love everything.
    clever you!!
    thankyou so much for sharing all your ideas.
    what a great place to create in.
    cheryl xox.

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  43. I am LOVING your "Mom Cave"...I'm in the middle of doing mine as well...and your chair from Pier One is to die for!!!

    Awesome job!!!

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  44. Love it! I love the windmill. Enjoy it!

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  45. LOVE LOVE LOVE your craft room! i have the word "create" on my craft room wall too and just recently bought a pair of those chairs from Pier1 for the living room! in the process of transforming & decorating my own craft/laundry room-thanks for the inspiration--AMAZING job!!

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  46. What a very nice craft room, right down to all the little details! :)

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  47. Awesome makeover! I'm a little jealous :-)

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  48. Love the transformation and love the use of unique items you repurposed. Great ideas that I may have to borrow. My husband has just turned over his "man cave" and so I will be transforming it into my craft/sewing room. Twice as big as the one I have now. I'm a new fan, Bec
    Vici @ www.my-timebetween.blogspot.com

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  49. Your Mom cave looks absolutely super! I loved all the up-close photos. Two things I want to copy for my craft room: the storage buckets and the create sign. Thanks for the ideas! I've been working on my room for a couple of months and hope to have the big reveal before summer is over.

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  50. Fantastic! Your Mom Cave is where I want to be:)

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  51. AWESOME!!! You can tell a lot of hardwork and love went into this room!! Enjoy! You deserve it!

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  52. I am SOOOOO glad I found you! I came over the the Sew Woodsy link party, and every single idea in this room is wonderful. I couldn't even decide which picture to pin, there are so many great ones! I'm following you now, thanks for the inspiration. ~Lori

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  53. You just completely knocked it out of the park! That is fantastic! I'm so inspired. :)

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  54. Wow! I totally love your style. This room is perfect. I want it. :) You did a wonderful job and the wait IS totally worth it!
    I hope you can join my link party with your Craft Room to end all craft rooms. :) www.alittleknickknack.com

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  55. Wow!!! That is a major transformation! I am jealous - I would love a mom cave! Some of my favorites are the shutter on the top of the shelves and the hanging metal pails. How cute! I bet it's fun to craft in. I have a party going on over at my blog if you want to join! I'd love to have you! Check it out under the "Stache Party" page on my blog: mylilpumpkinpatch.blogspot.com

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  56. WOW! Nice job! I'd love it if you'd come link this up at my Home and Family Friday linky party!

    Becca
    becca-homeiswheremystorybegins.blogspot.com

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  57. wow! this is soooo neat! very light and cheery! this is where i would spend all of my time! that windmill is sooo precious!

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  58. This is absolutely gorgeous! What an inspiring and creative space. I am in love with all the wire baskets:)

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  59. Very Very Cute and Inspiring. I think I'll move my 13 yr old to the couch and take over her room... afterall that is where she sits most the time anyway..:) awesome job!

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  60. WOW!! Bec, this is beyond amazing! I am so jealous of your Mom Cave. I will be studying every single detail. Incredible, my friend!

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  61. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this room! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful MOM CAVE! It is incredible! Thank you so much for sharing your amazing project on our link party!
    Camille @
    SixSistersStuff.blogspot.com

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  62. Oh My Gosh! I LOVE this! Every inch is inspiring! {Saw you on Be Different Act Normal} Thanks for sharing! :) xo, Reannah

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  63. This is a dream. Such a beautiful job!

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  64. Total.LOVE.everything! This belongs in a magazine or something... Can I come craft! I just love all of the little details, I will be showing this off on Monday!

    Carlee
    www.ladybirdln.com

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  65. What an awesome room to craft in! You have outdone yourself. :)

    Thanks so much for sharing all of the little parts and where you found everything...I'm totally crushing on that chair from Pier 1!

    *visiting from Tatertots & Jello

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  66. Stunning! I can't imagine putting that much work into a room that I would constantly mess up! I am impressed!!

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  67. AHHHH! I love it all! I'm especially in love with the old locker baskets! Actually I especially love everything. You must have some great creative mojo going on in such a fabulous room! My craft room looks worse than your before. I might be inspired enough to go do something about that scary situation! Or I can just sit here and stare at your craft room. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!

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  68. You know how much I LOVE everything about this room and it is sure making its way quickly through blogland! You did such an amazing job! Featuring it tomorrow for my Sunday Sparks. Thanks again for linking up!
    Jenn

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  69. I'm so amazed by the transformation of this beautiful room. What a wonderful space to create. I love all the storage cubbies. Brilliant! Please stop by & link it up to my party if you'd like - I'd LOVE for my readers to see it.

    http://michellelunt.blogspot.com/2011/08/fabulous-friday-linky-party-6.html

    Warmly, Michelle

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  70. wow i am amazed by this before and after! can i like, move in and take residence in your craft room? its amazing!

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  71. Usually when a person has a bunch of comments I figure they probably don't need mine and move on, but goodness, I just had to tell you Kudos to a space well done! You did an amazing job putting your heart and soul into this room. I know you are loving it!!! I've taken away some excellent inspiration for sure!

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  72. AMAZING! There are so many elements in this room I love. The chair's slip cover, the cubby with paper, the chalkboard calendar, the tub filled with books - so great! Wish I could join you in your mom cave!

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  73. INCREDIBLE JOB! Oh my goodness, I can see why you love it so much!
    Found you on Flamingo Toes!! :)
    Maureen
    http://www.releasemecreations.com

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  74. WONDERFUL transformation! I'm in love with that corner old wooden cubby. You might find that missing soon :)

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  75. I am super jealous. That is the most beautiful, comfy cozy country craft room EVER! I hope to one day have a real room for my crafts, and not a corner in my basement! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  76. I LOVE this. I so wish I had my own craft room. Thanks for sharing.

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  77. I'm visiting you for the first time, and I love your space! What great ideas you have...I might have to "borrow" some for my craft cave!

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  78. I am in LOVE with your room! It is absolutely stunning. I especially like your message board/chalkboard. Do you care if I copy it?? Thanks so much for sharing this.

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  79. What a fabulous place to get creative!! Definitely loving the small metal pots just above the desk, but my favorite piece is the mail-slot stand in the corner. Such a great way to organize papers and envelopes for easy access!

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  80. Wow, I love the chair. Such a fun print! What a fun and relaxing place to be. Love it!

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  81. It looks absolutely amazing. If you get a chance I would love you to link your craft room up to More the Merrier Monday. It lasts through Wednesday so you have plenty of time to stop by. See you there. http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

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  82. Wow, beautiful! I am inspired to finish my room now!! Can you tell me specifically which size rod and hooks you purchased for your hanging buckets - they each come in two different sizes and I want mine to look just like yours! :-) Thanks again for sharing everything - you must love working in your room!

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  83. Thank you for linking up to Sew Woodsy last week. Your craft room or "mom cave" turned out awesome and we've chosen to feature it on our blog today! We hope you'll join us again tomorrow for another edition of "What's Up Wednesday's".

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  84. Found you through Stumble Upon...and what a cool stumble it is!! your room is gorgeous, so much so that i am headed to follow you next. Have a wonderful day, and thanks for sharing your room.

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  85. It is not at all surprising, but yours was the most viewed link at my very first linky party. You've inspired me to try and do something w/ my own mess of a craft room Thanks so much for linking up.

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  86. Featuring you tonight at my linky party. :) Amazing! Love it. I'm so jealous! ;)

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  87. This is AWESOME!!! And congrats on being featured all over blogland!! :)

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  88. Wow! So cool! I am jealous ;) Great space.

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  89. I am soooo inspired by your creativity! I love all the repurposed items you used and the country feel. It's perfect!

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  90. I love your room! I'm in the beginning stages of swapping offices w/ my hubby. Your Mom Cave will be a great source of inspiration as I transform it into my own space. Looks awesome!

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  91. I am absolutely IN LOVE with this room!! Seriously, can I move in tomorrow? I love every single detail. What a perfectly lovely space to be creative in! AWESOME job!!

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  92. Hi!

    I just want to let you know that I'll be featuring your AMAZING room tomorrow on my blog...

    You did it again! Love it!

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  93. Love your room! It turned out great!! :) I'm in the process of fixing my little craft room right now :) Would love if you'd stop by my blog sometime :)

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  94. Love this!!! Where did you get the windmill part? Would love to find one for the barn theme'd barn room :)

    PS: We featured this! Yay! Can't wait to see what you have this week :) xo
    http://lollyjaneboutique.blogspot.com/2011/08/wgw-24-giveaway.html

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  95. Wow, I am so impressed with how your craft room turned out!! Amazing!!
    I will feature this at tomorrow's {nifty thrifty sunday}!!
    Can't wait to see what you'll share this week! ;)
    xoxo,
    Vanessa

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  96. Amazing! I'm also making a bedroom into my own craft haven and understand the time it takes. I've got nothing on the walls besides fresh paint and you have inspired my next direction. Great ideas, and your effort shows through giving a glimpse of you. I hope this room will bring you lots of joy.

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  97. Wow! Love your new space. Every single item pulled together so nicely. Very inspiring. I am a new follower - led over from The 36th Avenue.

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  98. This space if Fabulous! Love! Love! Love!
    Jo-Anna (new follower!)

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  99. It was my pleasure to feature your amazing room in my Fab Friday Favorites. Thanks for being so marvelous. {Please feel free to grab an "I Was Featured" button if you wish.} And please do come back this Friday.

    Warmly, Michelle

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  100. I am lovin this space!! Gives me inspiration to continue with my 'mom cave' (that hubby calls the crap room-for good reason) makeover.

    stacinay.blogspot.com

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  101. Beautiful, well thought out, organized, inspiring and everything else a craft room should be.

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  102. Girl! you did an AWESOME job!!! I am loving the country flare! Kuddos to you!!

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  103. I have commented before but I love your craft room and featured it on my blog for craft room week!!!
    http://ladeedacreations.com/2011/09/craft-room-week-featuring-some-very-lovely-craft-roomscraft-nooks/

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  104. WOW I LOVE your mom cave! itʻs beautiful and expressive yet organized! a dream place :)

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  105. I am seriously jealous...what a great room! I featured you today in a round-up of great command centers. http://www.imperfecthomemaking.com/2011/10/organizedhome-day-17-command-centers.html

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  106. I LOVE your space! For the first time EVER, I am getting my own crafting space. I want it to inspire creativity! I hope mine comes out as good as yours!

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  107. Absolutely beautiful craft room!!! Visiting from Rhoda's party!

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  108. Beautiful! I am jealous:P

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  109. I just stumbled across this while browsing on Pinterest and I'm jealous! As someone who is constantly trying to get more organized, I'm loving all of the inspiration you're giving me! Thank you!!

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  110. Love it! I will be "borrowing" many of your ideas to create my own Mom cave. Thank you so much for ALL the pictures.

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  111. It's fabulous! Love the shutter tabletop, the desk, chalkboard ... everything. The organization is perfect!
    Kelly

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  112. Wow, this space came out great! I love the word art.
    Have you had a chance to check out our little Challenge? It's not too late to join. If you have a second, check in at http://thespacebetweenblog.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/imagine-the-impossibilities-challenge/ to learn more, and feel free to email me if you have any questions!
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog = your newest follower

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  113. The shutter table is amazing! I'm impressed with the whole room, but that table - genius!!

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  114. HI
    I'm quite pleased with the ifonrmation in this post.nice and useful!
    thank you!

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  115. What an awesome transformation!! Looks like you put a lot of thought and creativity into your new office...Enjoy it!

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  116. wow. this is unbelievable. i totally want a room like this! love love love.

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  117. How did you hang the old tin tiles?

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    1. Monica,
      The tiles have a wire strung across the back of them (with small holes punched in the tin).
      Hope that makes sense!
      ~Bec :-)

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  118. What color did you put on your walls!

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    1. The walls are Sherwin-Williams "Believable Buff" :-)

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  119. Hi There! I wanted to stop by and thank you for your wonderful creative inspiration with this beautiful space. I hope you don't mind but I had to share your post with a blog collection of "Craft Room Organizing Inspiration" I wish you an inspiring day! ~Lil Miss Katie's =)

    http://www.lilmisskaties.com/blog/be-inspired/item/200-be-inspired-to-get-organized

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