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  1. Lori Rothermund says

    I can’t decide which one is my favorite so I will just take one of each! In a perfect world with unlimited crafting space we could all have super mega craft rooms. I have to unfortunately pack up any crafting I do daily to keep my 3&5 year old’s from painting themselves and anyone or anything in the area. I just loved all the crafting tables above and they are the best examples I think I have seen so far. Sorry about the rambling…..I do that entirely toooooo much!!!!

      • Elizabeth Davis says

        NO, they become teenagers and “borrow” your stuff and never return it. You go looking for it in their room, but you couldn’t find an elephant in there because you turned over the job of keeping their rooms tidy when they went to middle school, because, hey- you’re raising them to be independent adults, right? Forget that their rooms look like a bomb went off, and that the smell of gross sports paraphernalia wafts out each time their door opens and shuts…so, you buy a new glue gun, another cordless drill, another set of screwdrivers. And then they leave for college and you feel like you are missing your heart…Cuddle your little ones for me and savor every moment. Messes make the best memories!

  2. Kathy says

    Wow, these are awesome! Wonderful collection of craft table ideas – I will be featuring your post in this week’s Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

  3. Theresa @DearCreatives says

    I just love Infarrently Creatives craft room. I totally was in awe of how awesome her room redo turned out. I could use a space like that. That is one thing I want to improve on is my craft space. Great round up. Thanks for sharing at the party @DearCreatives Theresa

  4. Kaja says

    Oh boy, I wish I had the space for any one of these. This is the stuff dreams are made of (but then I’m a kitchen table quilter right now).

    • Cassandra May says

      I know! I’m so jealous of all of them. Before we moved I was kitchen island quilter. Or sometimes even the floor. I’m going to have to move to the kitchen table now too, I think! Maybe someday… sigh…

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