Hello! I hope you're all having a lovely week! As you know, I've been slowly moving my studio and shop to two different rooms in the house. It's quite a process as I'm sure you can imagine, but I think the rewards are going to be soooo worth it. For one, the "shop" room will strictly be inventory, shipping, and shop supplies. That is going to make shipping, ordering, and keeping track of business so much for efficient! (and it's cute too, I'll show you photos of that soon) And now, my studio will be more centrally located in my home, and is just a studio. It was so hard to keep the studio clean when it was combined with the constant influx of inventory, and I'm one of those people that doesn't feel that creative unless my space is pretty tidy and organized. So enough blabbering and on to the peeks. The photo above is of a fantastic old door my husband bought for me. At first I wasn't sure if I was going to put anything at all on it, but as you can see I decided to utilize it a little.
I love having my rubber stamps on display. The tin in the back is a wonderful art deco candy tin I found on a recent trip to the DC area with my husband, here you get a glimpse of the fabric walls with the lace and ribbon striping.
This wall is not completely finished, I still need to add smaller frames to the inside of the large frame in the upper corner as well as some other things, but you get the idea of where it is going, right? The new studio is filled with natural light all day, and I adore that. It is also a smaller room, and I have to pare down and just keep the things I really love, but so far it is making me quite happy.
I'll share more when I get more finished, but I hope you enjoyed the little peeks into my new world today.