|The greatest motivation for cleaning up my studio, was planning for an Open Studio with a glass artist in the industrial park
|I hung my work for sale on household screen. Large plastic grommets were inserted along the top so it could easily hang on the wall
|The sitting area - all dusted, vacuumed and clean, clean, clean. This is my most favorite part of my studio
|This wall faces the other wall with the same screen panel on it. Fabric on the table in bins, books and magazines. I sold alot of fabric and donated what was left to an organization that makes charity quilts.
|This is chalkboard fabric with my name on it. I think I will keep it up. The Open Studio sign was in Cloth Paper Scissors Studios magazine, a few years ago.
|The design wall and a look into where my office / paint area
|small sofa table painted, and waiting for the sealer. I am pretty happy with how it turned out
|The paint room / office was transformed into the hot cider/cookie area. It rained on the Saturday of my Open Studio and was very cold on Sunday. The hot cider went like hotcakes!
|On the shelf unit, most of my supplies are stored in plastic shoe boxes
|A newly painted red chair, a cart on wheels that houses my Sizzix Die Cutting machine. I can roll the table into the middle part of my studio, to place it next to my design table
|Here is a view from the back
|A view from the design table looking toward the front
|My red letters and a cute chalkboard sign
|My favorite view of my studio. The Open Studio was great! And my studio is still looking good. I have gifts to make, so I am sure it will be a mess in no time!