Next to the dollhouses is a white hutch filled with some of my favorite Christmas decorations. Loads of aprons (many hand created by Renee My Vintage Mending) as well as estate sale rescues, hang on a hook next to the hutch.
My pink feather tree is filled with the ornaments from Elizabeth's (Creative Breathing) swap last year.
The Santa blow mold was given to me by my Aunt Marion. He stands guard over the room. You probably recognize the snowman standing in front of Santa as another fantastic creation from Elizabeth (Creative Breathing).
My favorite vintage cards that I've collected or been given, are in a wooden mailbox holder that I picked up from one of my favorite antique vendors.
The chair next to the white hutch has a family quilt and lots of pretty pillows on it.
I always fantasize about sitting down in my chair, but the only one that uses the chair are the cats or my girls when they join me in my room.
On the north wall of my craft room is a melon painted hutch filled with special collections and crafting supplies that I use on a regular basis.
You'll find things like pencils, brushes,tiny silk flowers, tape, glue, pipe cleaners, scissors, sequins and glitter.
Josie's horse collection and several Christmas pieces given to me by Lynne (Irish Garden House) are on display in the hutch.
Vintage party supplies are mixed with a few childhood toys on the second row.
Next to my melon hutch is my toy collection. The teddy bear and the white rocking chair were my childhood toys. You probably spy another dollhouse tucked in the mix too.
This is a Marx style house.
The dollhouse fits perfectly on top of doll bed that I picked up at a flea market last summer.
Board games, bingo, sewing cards and paper doll collections are stored under the dollhouse in the doll bed.
On the east wall, is a child's dish hutch filled with children's dishes and paper dolls.
Framed paper dolls and special doll house furniture given to me by Renee (My Vintage Mending) are on top of the hutch.
A metal Hoosier and storybook albums hang on the wall.
I love my pot holder dresses.
Next to my toy collection is a jelly cupboard that Chris helped give a makeover with a fresh coat of paint and special wall paper from Renee (My Vintage Mending).
I struggled to carry this cupboard to my car at the Allegan Antique market, but its been one of my favorite purchases.
The inside of the cupboard is filled with more Christmas crafting supplies and estate sale finds.
Next to the jelly cupboard is the door to my craft room and beyond that is a bookshelf filled with every Mary Engelbreit Home Companion magazine that I ever owned and my vintage party planning and crafting books.
My mother's childhood teeter totter is now hanging on the wall above the bookcase.
A blue wooden hutch holds Easter crafting supplies and silk flowers.
The top of the hutch has also become a nice area to display my doll collection.
On the door entering craft room hangs an apron filled with Valentine cards. Most of you have seen this in February when I post this as my blog header. The bulk head in my craft room is filled with children's picture records.
Produced in the late 40s and 50s, I collect them for their graphics.
This concludes my where Kim K. creates craft room tour. As you can see, my room is very small but I love having all my special collections out around me for inspiration. This is where I stay until the wee hours of the night (and most weekends) plotting, playing and creating.