I am happy to be able to share photos of the studio I have in my backyard.
I love that my son built the huge cupboard for me for a Mother's Day
gift a couple of years ago.
I covered the front with white burlap and I use it
as a huge inspiration board that is ever-changing.
On the inside I store all of my fabrics and some
of my supplies.
I usually pin things to it that either inspire me or supplies I have purchased for a
certain project I want to make soon.
I find that if I have ideas in front of me, I am more likely to actually
get them made sooner than later.
It's like a 'little nagging board'.
I also pin things that friends have given me or things I
have found that I just find too pretty to put away like some
of the trims and laces I find.
I wish my photos would have turned out better, but it was raining today when I took them.
always some magazine clippings
The loft comes in handy for extra junk.
This old dresser is my craft table. I like to stand to work on collages
and many sewing projects and it is the perfect height.
I keep most of my supplies in it's drawers as well.
I just found the old rusty, chippy medicine chest.
It won't be staying here, but will probably hang on one of the walls
to hold more supplies.
A little of the laces I keep in glass.
I have many. many more jars of the stuff in the cupboards too.
I wonder what I'll do if I ever run out of all the laces I have.
I don't think it is ever going to happen with all the stuff I have stashed over the years.
each basket holds a separate project and all of the supplies to make it
sad, but true
another cupboard filled with supplies and laces
I like my ladies that hang above the french doors
every tabletop is covered
every drawer is full
every cabinet is crammed to the gills
sometimes this place is chaos and I have to get in and purge
some hearts that need finished before I will let myself start on anything new
and a pretty little 'faith' charm given to me by a friend
who thinks I can do it : )
sure looks like chaos to me!!!
Thank you for stopping by to see where this blogger creates!
Now I'm off to see some more creative spaces
from Karen's party.