Sunday, May 30, 2010
Finally and after quite some time - I have pictures to post of my craft space - AKA converted attic!
So welcome to Little D Creations. This is my main space that has everything in arms reach - well in my case maybe two arms length! All of the white furniture you see and the small silver file cabinet are all my ikea purchases - which have definitely made my space comfortable and easy to create in!
The wooden desk that holds my Scor-Pal, Cutter and Cuttlebug is a drafting table that used to belong to my late father-in-law who was also very creative. He was a painter and I'm quite honored to have this as part of my creative space. I originally was going to use this as my main desk area - as you can adjust the angle of the table which I thought would be great. However - after using it a couple of times it felt a bit awkward and wasn't 100% solid which made stamping images a bit of challenge. However it's new purpose is absolutely perfect - and works great as a 2nd dairy work space for when I have the girls over!
So this is Little D's! I'm very happy with how this turned out and even tried a few different locations within the room to see where the best mojo was felt and have been absolutely delighted with how this has turned out! It was fun knowing that when the house was done I would have an amazing crafting area - but I could never have dreamed that it would turn out as good as it has! My wish is that all crafters out there get their own space to call their own as it makes crafting much more personal and enjoyable!
And now onto my latest project. This is the banner that I have done up for my niece's 4th Birthday coming up in a couple of weeks. I unfortunately won't be able to attend the party as we are in Vegas on that weekend - but I've been very happy to create this for her. She is having a Fairy themed party and with the help of my cricket was able to do this up.
I still have a few projects to do - Tracy's Christmas Challenge (which I think might be late again!!) and another little project for my team leader's granddaughter!
But in the meantime - thanks for stoppin' by!
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