I finally feel like everything pretty much has a place. I do have a few areas that need some more work, but they will be small jobs and for the most part they are behind closed doors. So here is my craft space:
My main work area. I like to have everything within reach while I am stilling at my desk. Mostly that consists of papercrafting supplies since that is what I use the most. I will talk more about these areas in the detailed pictures.
I didn't get a good picture of my peg board, but you can sort of see it in the picture above. This is one of the best things I have in my craft room in terms of organization. Almost anything I could figure out how to hang is on there. I've got rulers, small punches, wheels, heat gun, stamp-a-ma-jig, etc up there.
Next to the scraps is a ribbon keeper and then a container with various adhesives in it. The black line between the adhesive and the wooden drawers is my stampin scrub. The wooden drawers were a gift from my aunts a few years ago. They hold celo bags, envelopes, [more] embelishments, more adhesive and magnet sheets. The bottom drawer used to stay pretty inaccesable because of all the stuff I kept piled on my desk, so it pretty much contains junk. (Remeber I mentioned some areas that still need work?) On top of that is a little set of drawers that conatin replacement blades for my paper cutters, paper clips, and other various office supplies. There is a lazy susan on top of that with cans of sharpies, other pens, and more scissors. I also keep my Stampin' Mist and tape dispenser on there.
The shelves over my desk are where I keep all of my stamps, embossing powders and my Stampin' Up! markers, plus various other stuff. My stamps are vaguely grouped in catagories. Under my desk (well, technically they are holding up the desk) are two filing cabinets. One holds current 8 1/2 x 11 card stock and the other holds retired Stampin' Up! cardstock.
So that's my space. I hope you enjoyed the tour! I am really going to try to keep it this clean since it does make it easier to work.