This is my first time doing this Blog Hop for "Where Bloggers Create" and I'm so excited to be doing this. Please come in and check out my studio and let me know what you think.
Please click on collage images for a closer look
|Vintage baby toys|
|This is a view you'll see when you first come into my studio.|
|This is an assortment of images of my 1948 metal doll house.|
|This is my collection of "friendship" banners that have been|
collected over the years in trades with some of my blogging
|This is just a small portion of a much larger collection of|
vintage Christmas decor that will be used in my upcoming
holiday event/class in November.
|A lot of my followers follow me because I post free vintage|
graphics quite often. These are images of my "Graphic
Command Center." It gives you a small idea of the millions
of graphics I have on my one terabyte hard drive.
|Some of you might recognize this cabinet from my "Holiday|
Craft Space" tour which I have a link for in my right sidebar.
This cabinet holds all of my paints, acrylic, enamel, metal and
sealers as well as texture modifiers like crackle mediums.
|This is how my scrapbook paper and other crafting paper|
is stored......in hanging files and sorted by color, as well as
theme. My alpha stickers, embellishments, chipboard and
miscellaneous stickers are stored here, too.
|This awesome little drawer unit from Ikea stores some of my|
wooden block stamps, stickles glitter glue, punches and other
|Here are the other two racks of ribbons I collect for use in|
crafting. Everything I have is available for my students
and even my crafting buddies to use when we get together
on a weekly basis (every Saturday).
|This blue cabinet is my shipping supply storage, but also|
displays my antique doll cabinet and a small array of vintage
dolls in rubber, celluloid, etc.
I hope you enjoyed this small tour. I have much, much more, but I refuse to show the mess....LOL
Click here for a tour of the studio during the holidays, and you can see some of the other parts of my studio where I create my paperclay sculptures or do my sewing.
Thank you so much for stopping by and please visit all the other wonderful blogs participating in this event. Thank you Karen Valentine, for hosting this lovely activity.