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MaidenShade Studio Snoop

August 11, 2009

It’s always interesting to see where other people work, isn’t it?  I think so.  Here are some photos I took yesterday of my studio. 

 

Welcome

  

compassImagine you are looking down at a rectangular space.  We are starting at one of the longest walls, South.  Below is what I’ll call the “back wall”.  I can’t get far back enough to take a really good photo of it – I guess counting the door that wall is 13 feet long.  It goes Door, Fabric Cabinet, Work Surface.

Fabric-Storage-Area
Night-Light-Storage-Above
Storage.Inks.Paints.etc
Storage-Under-Work-Surface-

  
compassThe window wall you’ll see next is 11 feet long, it is West.
 
Window-Area
Corner-Storage-DooDads-et
compassThen comes the heart of my space – the main work surface which is shaped like an “L”. This is the other long wall, it is South.
Main-Work-Surface-Area
Misc-Storage-Area
Misc-Under-Area
Work-Surface.Beaded-Trims
Main-Work-Area-Comparison 
From-the-Door-View
compassIf that is the heart where I get to play, then here comes the soul – where I write, compute, “work”. This “L” shaped work space is South and East, the East wall has a closet where I store even MORE stuff.  Every nook and cranny is packed!
ComputerAdmin-Area
 
Au-Revoir
SHOUT OUT!
My Wonderful Handpainted Signs were crafted by Paula of
castleandcottagesigns, go visit her blog, check her out on Etsy, Lollishops, or eBay!  I am waiting to take pictures of them “in place” until their places are finished.  These two signs above are on my Studio door – but that is another story…

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11 Comments leave one →
  1. August 11, 2009 8:56 pm

    Excellent work space. Love all the stuff. Do you have an Ott Light? If so, I am so so jealous!

    Love the tour and thanks for sharing.

    (I am brainstorming, me, myself, and I on ideas for maintaining your dream!)

  2. Jennifer permalink
    August 11, 2009 9:56 pm

    Hi Nancy – TY for that; ) I have 2 Ott Lights and one knock off that I got at Costco. I also have one in the bedroom for reading by. I LOVE Ott Lights. Love. My Dream?

  3. Terry permalink
    August 12, 2009 4:24 am

    Beautiful workspace, and I love your green walls. Do you know what the color was called? Great organization! Thanks for sharing! I also have an Ott Light for reading.

  4. Jennifer permalink
    August 12, 2009 5:16 am

    Hi Terry, TY – The color of the walls is “Happy Camper” by Behr I believe, we got it at Home Depot at any rate.

  5. August 12, 2009 6:11 am

    Oh, to be so organized!

  6. August 13, 2009 4:45 am

    Oh Jennifer! thankyou so much for the shout out! your studio is really neat…i do mean that “neat” ,
    compared to mine! I’d be embarassed to show photos:)
    also..love the new blog, your banner is awesome!

  7. August 13, 2009 9:33 am

    I see you’ve found a new home. I hope you get to do the things you wanted which was a concern on wordpress. This time you a total freedom 🙂

    YOu have a big workspace and lots of stuff! No wonder your mind wonders of to creativity land 🙂

    Li

  8. August 13, 2009 5:56 pm

    Hi Jennifer,

    I am liking your new digs here especially that gorgeous banner! Your fairy boxes are beautiful. I love the shallow box. Is this a cigar box of some sort? What a lovely way to keep trinkets, tiny treasures or inspirational clippings.

    I also enjoyed the way you presented the photos of your craft space. I just love that you told us exactly what everything was complete with arrows to highlight the items. Bravo!

    Thank you so much for your visit. Sending you fairy wishes for a magical day filled with wondrous surprises.

    Cheers! =D
    ~Kitty Kellie

  9. Jennifer permalink
    August 13, 2009 9:06 pm

    Hi Kitty – TY for your visit and kind words. The shallow box is not a cigar box, but the other one is. It is a plain, wooden box I’ve painted, dyed, rubbed… worked over. The cigar boxes tend to be more textural as they have paper on top of wood – but I too like the way Faerie Queen Aine turned out, she is just lovely. xJ

  10. Jennifer permalink
    August 14, 2009 8:45 pm

    As an FYI – The Faerie Queen Aine Box is now on display at the Art League of Bonita Springs through September. She may be purchased (if still available) after that –

  11. August 16, 2009 7:49 am

    You studio looks great! I hope to share photos of my reorganizing of my studio too soon. Thanks for taking the time to stop by my blog today. I hope you had a great Pink Saturday even though you didn’t participate.

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