I happened across a video on YouTube by Sybil B , she has a challenge going on called "Help A Girl Out". She's looking for ways to store flowers and the like in her craft room and has reached out to other crafters asking for our help with ideas and suggestions on how we store them in our own craft rooms. So along with my current Crafty Organization I've been working on, I thought this would be a fun challenge to enter.
I also have a video that walks you through my flower storage solution and the reason behind it....
I love all things vintage and this table was given to me. It's an old paper cutter table that was from an old school that was torn down. I love it!!!. The glass bowls, vases are also vintage.
The two suitcases are vintage as well. The bottom one is leather and has pink satin on the inside. It was given to me and was actually mine when I was a little girl. It still has all of my old Barbies inside. The lighter case was given to me and is also old. The suitcase holding the flowers is from Michaels.
This wicker shelf was a lime green and I painted it purple to match my room. In my other house I used this to hold my TH Dies until I outgrew the shelf. Now it holds my smaller vintage dishes & canning jar for my smaller flowers and leaves.
I've recently shared these 4 altered cans before. They were my first DT Project for Linnie Blooms. You can check out the full post along with a video and tutorial HERE. I have my canvas flowers and leaf pieces from LB stored in here. This way I not only have a cute decorative item for my craft room but I also have a great way to store my canvas pieces.
If you want to join in on Sybil B's challenge, you have until midnight May 20th to enter.
I hope I was able to share with you some creative ways to display & store your flowers in your craft room.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out another scrappy post.