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Time for some more studio shots to drool over.  Since I have such a small space to work, I’m always envious of other crafters’ spaces.  So let’s do a bit of dreaming…

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Laura Solomon has a beautiful studio to work in.  Take a look at her studio shot at right plus below for her stamp and ribbon storage ideas. I would love to take a wander through her studio in person, wouldn’t you?

Tofu Studio, from Brazil, has a wonderful workspace for sewing, but a lot of ideas can still be had from the space that would translate into any other creative space.  Lots of shelving and counter space. It is so bright, cheerful and airy.  What a great space to work in.

Jenna Lou Designs shows her craft studio here.

Mariangeles, from Spain, has a nice table to do her work at while standing. One photo is shown below left. I also like to stand while scrapping.  It is nice to have the option to sit as well, but I find it is a better vantage point and helps ‘eyeball’ things when trying to make them even.

SpringChick also has a high worktable.  She can not only sit at it and work, but stand also.  A photo can be seen here.

Teresa McFayden shows her studio here.  One photo of her very inviting studio table is shown below.  She says that they recently moved her studio to the basement.  Wow, she must have some great basement windows as it looks as though there is a lot of natural light coming in.  I love Teresa’s style and her studio does not disappoint.

2 Comments

  1. Amalia
    Posted 5 years, 8 months ago | Permalink

    How I envy you, Laura Solomon!!!!! I wish I had a workspace like that. But Im new to scrapbooking, so my dining room table will do for now!! LOL
    Thanks for this post, the ideas are inspirational!!!!

  2. Debbie Kaste
    Posted 5 years, 8 months ago | Permalink

    I absolutely HAVE TO have some of the new Graphic 45 papers. The Botanicabella and Secret Garden sheets are outstanding! I need to get some of the Scenic Route Chipboard shapes too, especially the butterflies. Oh….so fun!!! Thanks for the ideas for storage. Love your website.

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