How to Create Your Perfect Pastel Craft Room In 5 Easy Steps
Get ready for a gigantic overdose of candy colours and sugar! Today’s post is all about the marvellous sugar*sugar who sadly, no longer posts images or blog posts. I thought a little appreciation sent over her direction may rekindle a little sugary spark ^_^ I also decided to interpret some fabulous craft room decor ideas from these glorious photographs and show you how to create your own perfect pastel craft room.
Use Vintage Wallpaper to create some patchwork!
Just like I did on the back of my craft room door.
It would look great inside a cabinet like this one.
I do love looking inside people s craft cupboards to see all the bits and pieces! All of these colours are absolutely marvellous. This was a skinny wardrobe with those little hanging drawer sectors. I like that crochet hanger!
Collect Craft Supplies in your favourite pretty pastel shades
Use some ceramic cake stands and adorable ice cream cones as storage.
I found some amazing kitschy ice cream cone themed EVERYTHING (ceramic) or (plastic) on eBay. I’m dying to get my hands on lots of ice cream cone bubbles. Just because. *If you go to eBay, just select your country from the sidebar and arrange by lowest shipping first, you will be sure to get a bargain!
All of these things are on the list! I have some mint crêpe paper but I LOVE the idea of using contrasting pink thread from the sewing machine. I also don’t have the patience to cut the trim like that. I wish I did! Bring the shop back!!!
I love everything in this image but I’ve spied some beautiful, pink, mercury beads that I MUST have! I love them!!!
Use pretty muffin trays and spray paint them any shade you like!
(I use Montana Gold Spray Paint that I normally buy from Jackson’s Art on eBay. The spray is matte and Jackson’s Art ship all over the UK including Northern Ireland).
This is just a feast for the eyes! I do spy some lovely art by the beautiful Jenny Holiday from Everyday is a holiday, previously Jenny’s bake shop!
Everyone paint your dolly pegs!
More views on all the lovely craft storage in this room. I need to get some more boxes and organise my space.
This big dresser was a DIY project that was executed perfectly! The vintage wallpaper patchwork was a fabulous job. Since I originally saw these images.
Raid flea markets and charity shops for old tiered Jewellery Boxes and wire boxes you can hang easily.
I’ve been on the hunt for a lovely vintage pink jewellery box with drawers!
I really like those shelves with the ribbon storage underneath… can anyone tell me where I can find one?
Fabulous spotty spools! When did Martha Stewart stop making aqua punches?!?!? (I usually buy mine on ebay when they are listed by Joe Public as an auction.)
What is that three tier hanging thingy? I want one! Is this a plant hanger or for the kitchen?
This little scrappy, embroidery piece of art work is beautiful and I love that piece of lace! I feel so inspired when I see these images. I want it all for myself!
This little image is a sneak peek into when the DIY dresser project was in full swing, with the back panel being wallpaper with scrappy pieces of vintage wallpaper.
This is an even better view of the little pink jewellery box I’ve been lusting after!
Just incase you missed the 5 Easy Steps:
#1. Use Vintage Wallpaper to create some pretty patchwork!
#2. Collect Craft Supplies in your favourite pretty pastel shades
#3. Use some ceramic cake stands and adorable ice cream cones as storage. Or any cute kitschy collectables you like!
#4. Use pretty muffin trays and spray paint them any shade you like!
#5. Raid flea markets and charity shops for old tiered Jewellery Boxes and wire boxes you can hang easily.