Welcome to my studio Winton Rose Paper Creations.
Hello and welcome,
Today I am sharing a post of my Creative Studio over at My Desert Cottage with Karen Valentine.
Pop on over and see all the inspirational craft studios...http://www.mydesertcottage.com/2014/07/welcome-to-where-bloggers-create-2014.html
I have transformed the spare room into my crafting haven. I am into paper craft and mixed media.
Let's get started....this is where it all happens!
This is what I should be doing! My Calligraphy.
Working our way around the studio. It started with one trestle...do you realize how hard it is to smuggle these inside the house and make it look as though its always been there!?
Oh look......there's another trestle, how did that get there? I have no idea!!!!
These old spectacles are one of my favourite pieces, it has a chain attached with a metal piece that tucks over the ear. I often wonder who they belonged to.
Meet Bob Winston...he's in charge of Quality Control around here!
These are my go to drawers for my every day tools. Everything within arms reach.
Meet Esmeralda! Most children find her a little creepy. We usually fill her up with Easter eggs on our hunt.
One of the cork boards.
Welcome to the Stamp Station!
Above is the Die Station! See plenty of room for more, since I bought another storage box. Too easy! I love simple solutions.
Magnetic Board comes in really handy.
Above is the Carousel I use to document my dies and embossing folders. Its so much easier being able to flick through them like this.
This old trunk stores all my beautiful thread. Does anyone know how to use these hat elastics?
OMG...the mess inside this little cupboard. This is where I store my card stock, punches, Christmas pieces and chipboard cutouts.
These Ikea boxes are great for storage, one keeps spares....ie double sided tape, magnets etc, another stores spare jars.
Well that's it! I really do enjoy spending time in my studio. Someday I would like to replace the trestle tables with something a bit more solid once we stop moving every couple of years. Thanks so much for visiting today. I hope you have found some useful ideas to take away with you to use in your own studio.
Until next time.......