Monday, May 13, 2013

I am showing the little, bitty space that use at my Grandmother's house for my crafts...Nothing compared to the awesome looking rooms I've seen linked up..But, here it is...

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  1. I think we all start out with just a small area that we use. It is one of those things that just tends to grow as we do it more :). I am a new follower and would love to have you drop by and visit me. Thank you for linking up with us for Tara's linky party at Craftin Desert Diva's. We hope that you will join us again for future linky parties!

    Cut One Designs by Robin

  2. I started out on my kitchen table! Then slowly grew! Your space is great! Thanks for joining us at Craftin Desert Divas Linky Party Guest Designer Carri~Abusybee

  3. I started out on a table I used for my garage sales. Your space is great. Thank you so much for joining us at Craftin Desert Divas “Show Me Your Craft Space “ Linky Party.

    Craftin Desert Diva's

  4. I started out with an old card table that I bought at a garage sale for $2. It is not what you have but what you make with what you have. I have become a new follower! Cannot wait to peruse your blog!

  5. I started out on my dining room table with one rolly cart for my supplies. It worked just fine for years. I gained my space when my daughter left home. Now she comes back to her old room to craft with me. It's great.
    As long as you can get your crafting done it really doesn't matter where you craft.

  6. My crafty area used to be a small cabinet in my bedroom that held all of my supplies!! As I accumulated more things, I had to find more space to store it all!! Thanks so much for joining us at Craftin Desert Divas!!

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  7. Bigger isn't always better, you just have more room to collect more stuff!!


  8. I love this! I started out on the dining room table. Looks like a sweet space for wonderful creating. Keep on crafting.
    I'm your newest follower

  9. Hey great little space---I started out with a very small shelf!!! What matters is you've got space to work!!