Over the weekend I cleaned my room, organized and rearranged certain parts of my room. Today I wanted to share sections of my room because why not? I’ve given glimpses of my bedroom in the past but I haven’t in awhile and since I just finished spring cleaning I thought this would be the perfect opportunity.
I rearranged my desk area and added more pen/pencil cases because I have so many, haha. In that Alice and Wonder mug, I keep my crochet hooks, knitting needles, and scissors. In front, I keep a pink kitty pen pouch that contains my most-used writing utensils (see what I keep inside here). I also keep a crochet turtle, MooeyAndFriends business cards and a Marie dish with my planner clip collection. Let me know if you would like to see an updated desk tour.
My Tsum Tsum collection hasn’t really changed. Ever since I filled up my heart I haven’t had to buy more. I did hang fairy lights around the heart which I think looks cute.
I call this my “crochet shelf” because I display my favorite crochet projects such as the Popplio plush and all of my BT21 crochet plushies. In the back is a house-shaped shelf where I keep my washi tape collection. Most of the containers and figures in my room are from Target, four things in this photo alone are from the Dollar Spot. haha
More cute things! The ceramic unicorn is from the Target Dollar Spot. On that book stand, I keep all of my collection of Japanese fashion books. In front are my two Smooshy Mooshy and a cow mug with a crocheted ice cream scoop. Can you spot Lucy’s puppy paws?
On this 9-cube bookshelf, I keep a lot of random stuff but mainly books. In the center I keep two of my favorite cows, the small one is Mooey and MooMa.
This is half of my yarn shelf. The yarn shades I’m most drawn to are pinks, purples, greens, and blues. The other two cubicles contain neutral colors.
On top of my yarn stash, I keep my jewelry and a few crystals. They say to keep your crystal where the sun hits the most and my yarn shelf is right in front of a window so I keep them there.
This is my first ever crochet painting I made. It’s heavenly inspired by Twinkie Chan’s (aka the queen of crochet) crochet paintings but I added my own spin. You can see my own crochet painting designs here. Those unicorn statues are actually salt shakers from a Target Valentine’s Day collection from a few years ago.
And finally, this is the right part of my dresser. Yes, that’s a Blythe doll. They are these dolls that can change eyes if you pull a string that’s attached to the back of their heads. Fun fact: before I rearranged my room she was in a position where she would stare at me when I was in my bed. I never found it creepy though. haha
Does anybody else have a Blythe doll?