Above: my former craft space when I was living in a house.
Do you have a separate area in your home or apartment where you like to work on arts and craft projects? I've gone from a 10' x 20' space in a home to a dinning room table in my apartment. Not the idea set up, but it's what I have to work with for now.
I like to leave my projects on display until I'm finished working with them. It's kind of inconvenient to have to pick everything up at the end of the day. Luckily I have 2 bar stools by the breakfast bar in front of my kitchen so that's where I eat most of my meals. In fact, I think I've only eaten in my dinning room 1 time since moving in back in July. That was my birthday dinner meal with my son, daughter and best friend.
So I'm lucky that I can dedicate my dinning room to my latest creations. My current projects have been altered art and artist journals where I use a bit of paint, ink and glue which are a bit messy. Before starting a new project, I make sure to first remove the tablecloth (another craft project I made) and cover the table with a layer of cardboard from a couple of old boxes. That way anything I spill stays on the cardboard and doesn't make a mess of my wood table.
Where do you spend most of your time working on your craft projects? Do you have a special room, studio space or a table in your living room dedicated to arts and crafts?
Lynn Smythe AKA the Craft Diva