Today i am taking part in this My creative room isn't very nice - the carpet is old, fluffy, and red and the walls have horrible paper on them painted in a dirty pale pink and theres great big cupboards with yellowy louvre doors. Its the only room in the house that hasn't been touched. But that will hopefully all change in the next few months as we will be starting Project Work Room to make it beautiful.
So today i will show you some things in the room but not the actual room itself.
Please come in. I hope you enjoy!!!!
My room is filled with lovely little bags containing notebooks and collaged folders for bills, ideas, recipies etc.
I have tins and tins of stationary.
And lots of Marilyn pictures.
I have boxes and drawers of cards.
And lovely wrapping papers and gift bags.
I am addicted to notebooks!!
There is plenty of Tinkerbell stationary.
Lovely crafty bits, some given by other lovely bloggers. This gorgeous tag was from Lobster and Swan.
These wonderful buttons are from The world of Twiggypeasticks.
My journals are in this room too.
I keep my boys school letters in this file.
I used to be very interested in Feng Shui, i still follow some of the principles. This is a Feng shui compass.
Here is my littlest at a few days old.
And the eldest.
I keep funny or inspirational things on pinboards or hanging above the desk.
Papers are kept in dusty baskets!!
And thousands of photos are waiting to be organised.
I like to keep things that make me smile in this room as i spend a lot of time here. Like this M for Mummy.
I hope you can read this by clicking on the picture: It's what i often do. My hubby found it and gave it to me because it made him chuckle.
This bear called Billy was one of the first purchase me and the hubby made for our first home together 10 years ago.
My dusty Money plant - it has got huge over the years (Lucky for us!). But it has just started to drop and the littlest one keeps bashing the leaves off. I really should start looking after it a bit more before our cash flow drops!!!!!
Cards and notepapers.
I love these drawers - they belonged to my mum long before i was born.
Posters to remind us to do our bit for the planet.
Before my kids came along, i used to work with children. I kept this lovely poster.
I keep a selection of bags in here, some are ready to grab if i need a shopping bag, some are filled with toys for when we go to grandparents houses and some have crafty bits that don't fit in the drawers.
I love these file boxes - i'd like to get some more once the room is all decorated.
My lovely sewing machine - that i am now becoming very fond of, since i have had more practise.
My lovely Tiffany bag hangs proudly on the doors.