Hello readers! I have a special post to share with you today thanks to my friend Margaret. I have known Margaret for a few years after she found me on the demonstrator website and began attending my classes. Margaret, and her husband Randy, have lived all over the U.S., and Canada, and decided to retire in Western Massachusetts where they recently built a beautiful new home. With Margaret's blessing, I am sharing with you the photos I took of her craft room last weekend. I know you are all going to love
her craft room as much as she does! It is a space that most of us dream of filled with lots of natural light and organized storage.
Margaret's entire home was recently featured in the local Living Spaces magazine. Out of respect for Margaret's privacy, I will only share the article featuring her craft room and adorable Golden Retriever, Rylee:
Margaret is a very talented cardmaker with an eye for detailed design. Here are just a few samples of her work:
The sliding glass doors in Margaret's craft room look out onto the beautiful backyard featuring a waterscape designed by Randy. On a near daily basis, they have a variety of wildlife from birds and squirrels to foxes and bears traversing their property.
So amazing, right!?
I hope you have all enjoyed seeing Margaret's beautiful craft room. She is fortunate and blessed to have such an inspiring space in which to create. I'm sure Margaret would enjoy reading all of your thoughts, so please be sure to leave her some love in the comment section below.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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