Creative Space: Lisa Lahiff
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Hello! Lisa here today and I’m about to share something I’ve never fully shared in its entirety—my craft room! Ok, well more like my craft/dining room, but who really needs a dining room anyway, right? Hehehe!

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As you can see I don’t have a ton of room for storage, so I have to get pretty creative with how I keep things “hidden” but still within my reach.

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I have a lot of photo boxes that I use for embellishments, photos, loose flowers and die cuts. My colored ink pads are in two art bins and my patterned papers are found in various baskets.

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My clear stamps are kept in two clear bins, labeled by company name, and in clear stamp pockets.

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This photo above is my work space. I keep my spinning caddy close as it has my bare necessities inside of it for any craft I may be working on. I also keep my paper trimmer to the left of me at all times. Directly in front of me, I keep a craft mat with a self-healing mat underneath to contain my messes, or at least to try and contain my messes.

I hope you’ve enjoyed a peek into my craft room and maybe you’ve found something I’ve done useful for your space, too!

Happy Crafting!
Lisa

PS. My room rarely looks that clean so if you are curious this is just for special occasions. Hehehe!

8 Responses to Creative Space: Lisa Lahiff

  1. Carol says:

    Thanks for letting us invade your combo craft space. I agree, formal dining areas are rather passe these days. I did come away with a few good ideas- thanks so much!

    Carol

  2. Patti J. says:

    Thanks for sharing your creative space, Lisa! I was a bit reluctant to share my space at first, but I’ve finally come to realize that we all use what we have, and make it work for us! Looks like your space is extremely well organized, and I love that you have so much natural light in your room! And….it is neat and tidy…hee hee! Thanks again for sharing!

  3. Love your clear stamp arrangements!

  4. Bonnie says:

    Loved some of your ideas. Can I ask where you found the stamp envelopes for your clear sets?

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