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Linda's Craft Room Tour! (Craftaholics Anonymous)

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Linda's Craft Room Tour! (Craftaholics Anonymous)

Have you met Linda?

If you haven't seen her room, prepare to take a tour into what could only be a dream craft room!  We will point out the products that she has of ours as well as show you the amazing ways she has organized her craft room!

In the picture below you can see our EZ View Desk ( which has just been upgraded!) and you will also see one of the first WorkBoxes as Linda was one of our earliest Fans!

Scrapbox craft room

In case you haven't seen her first craft room in her old house you can see it below:

ScrapBox furniture

Now back to her new craft room, you can see another view of the EZ View desk as well as a view of the Sewing Box.

A close up view of her Sewing Box and her unique fun way of storing felt balls in mason jars!

Below you can get a better view at another angle of her craft room her old EZ View desk and the New WorkBox 2.0.  I love the amount of colors she used throughout and her yellow chandelier is so much fun! As well as the chalkboard behind the computer!

Close up and entering into her WorkBox 2.0, once again her color coordinating really turns up the fun!  

If you loved to see Linda Gardner's magnificent craft room let her know, or to get more details and close up shots click here, or visit her at craftaholicsanonymous.net.  

Let us know what you think in the comments below about her room!

If you think you have a craft room you are proud of let us know and email us at customerservice@theoriginalscrapbox.com with your pictures!

 

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  • Keith Hubert
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  • Gloria Coulston
    Gloria Coulston

    Beautiful and something to aspire to! I’m working my way to creating my own creative space! Thanks for sharing. I have the Teresa Collins studio – Love it: and thinking about getting the EZ View Desk as well. glo

  • Judith Schmansky
    Judith Schmansky

    Fantastic. A “dream”. A crafter would never want to leave her “inner sanctum” . Unfortunately there is a thing called LIFE and family to contend with. Thanks for showing a little bit of “heaven on earth”. Js

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