Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Links

I may be able to organize a studio space, but I am not very good at organizing my time I'm afraid. I will make more of an effort once the outdoor projects are taken care of and I am stuck inside during the cold winter months. In the meantime, here are a few more links to share...


Here are a couple of photos from Mary Anne’s new studio where she shares some great ideas!
http://magpiesmumblings.blogspot.com/2011/08/button-button-whos-got.html

On her blog, Mary Green shares how she handles all of her vintage books and papers and it appears she has a lot of them!:
http://greenpaper.typepad.com/green/2011/08/storing-your-vintage-books-and-paper.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+greenpaperpackages+%28Green+Paper%29

The following link will take you to a post where Lori shares ‘small’ fine art studios for those painters in the group. It is always so much fun to see where others do their creating! My friend Pat sent me the link. Thanks Pat!
http://www.finearttips.com/2011/05/creating-art-in-small-studios/

I apologize if I have already shared this link. I couldn’t find it on my list. It is a link to how one blogger organized her closet full of wonderful fabrics:
http://www.greencavedesigns.com/mymotherspearls/?p=2674

As usual, Cloth Paper Scissors has put out another wonderful “Studios” magazine full of ideas. Here is the link to a teaser and useful information:
http://www.clothpaperscissors.com/blogs/clothpaperscissorstoday/archive/2011/08/22/organize-your-art-studio-once-and-for-all.aspx

Even if the links aren't specifically relative to your type of craft, you may still find ideas or be inspired by how others handle their stash. Visit with an open mind! Also, if you have blogged about your own studio or storage ideas, let me know and I will gladly share a link on my blog!

Thanks for visiting and I hope you each have a great week! I love receiving comments, so please consider dropping me a note!
Connie

2 comments:

MosaicMagpie said...

I like what they said in the cloth/paper/scissors post. Everything has a home and everything goes to it's home when you are finished using it.
A place for everything and everything in it's place. Sounds so easy, doesn't it? I am slowly going through my things and trying to hand a place for everything, then maybe.....
Deb

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Wow - I was excited to see a new post from you and THEN discovered I was on it!! Thank you. I must say though that the idea for my work lamp people will see in the link came from Anne Huskey-Lockard and wasn't an original idea from me.