More CRE8TIME projects-glitter sewing art and hanging fabric storage

More Michaels CRE8TIME projects for my craft room! I wanted some cute and easy decorations to match my newly organized room, so I picked up some foam boards, some Silhouette double sided sticker paper, glitter, and some command hook velcro hangers and turned them into some easy sewing art! I hung these in the little nook right inside the door, and I love how they turned out! I literally cannot decide which is my favorite. #craftyproblems

ย I snagged some of these rods on clearance (bought the clips elsewhere), hung them up by myself (word. I’m so proud of that sad little accomplishment), and hung my fat quarters up there! I don’t have as many as I used to…that’s probably a good thing. I love displaying my craft supplies as decorations-they are so colorful and fun!

What about you? Are you making time to create? What have you been working on lately? Share your project here!


  1. love! the artwork is really fun and I like the rod and hooks for your FQs. Great idea! Your new blog look is really nice too!

  2. Hi there, love your display of fat quarters – they look gorgeous. The artwork looks beautiful too by the way. What am I working on?…getting around to finishing all my ‘unfinished projects’ ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Such pretty fabric! Great idea to turn it into art ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve been sewing dresses for my daughter!

  4. awesome idea with your fabric on display – might steal the idea ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Totally awesome!! What an easier way to get at quarters. Also looks great!
    Thanks from SarahDoza Momma Blog!

  6. This is awesome. Great way to organize scrapes. I just have them in a pile in a closet!

    Thanks from SarahDoza Momma Blog

  7. Ooh, pretty, pretty! I don’t even like glitter but I love your signs… and I’m all for displaying pretty fabrics. =)

  8. Love your fabric stash display thingy. So cute!
    Lately I’ve been setting up my husband’s new office. Super boring.
    ..but that will make more room in my office/sewing room!

  9. Love your artwork. Wish you could do a tutorial.

  10. Did you use a stencil to create the art? Maybe I’m tired but I’m not quite following how it was created.

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