#2. Think About Distractions and Privacy
It’s tough to concentrate on anything, let alone crafting your latest masterpiece, when you don’t have any privacy. If you have a space with a door that can be closed, you are already ahead of the game.
If you are sharing your crafting space with other family members in your kitchen or living room, you could separate your area by using a curtain or portable screen.
#3. Inspiration Boards
Ideas for new creations come from unlimited sources. To get your creative juices flowing, you can surround yourself with your new ideas and plans. A simple bulletin board or cork board where you can pin up your upcoming projects is a great idea for your craft area.
Photos of ideas, diagrams of your newest designs, or colour combinations that intrigue you can all have a place on your inspiration board.