Sunday, January 1, 2012

Repost - Shots from The Studio


Shots From The Studio

Supply Bags in Progress
Happy Friday! I thought I would do something a little different today. Yesterday when I was out glazing away in my studio I was trying to think of things I enjoy most about other blogs. I came up with the realization that I like to see what's going on behind the scenes. I love studio shots, and messes and real life stuff. I thought it would be fun to walk around and take some shots of what's happening here. I just took these this morning.

Quilt sewn together
Kits mid-assembly
Jewelry design table, (it always looks like this)
Kiln half loaded, those tiles have designs for my next fabric line on them. I know I am mean to show them to you when they are all covered up with glaze!
Yellow buttons to be glazed
My gigantic roll of bubble wrap I got last week, I had to have a talk with all three boys(Nik included in this) there is to be no popping when you walk by them.
My still unpainted floor!

Two things I realized from this post....First I need a new camera, mine takes great outdoor photo but the indoor photos are so grainy. Ugh, they are expensive and I don't know how to use all those settings. I think I need to make this a priority though.

Second, I would really like to make this a weekly feature. What do you think? Do you like the studio shots? I hate to say it would be a weekly thing though because then for sure I would miss a week. Let's say "maybe a weekly thing" then there is no guilt on my part when I miss a Friday! While you are telling me if you would like to see more, let me know if there is anything else you would like to see, my ears are open.

Everybody have a Happy Friday!

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4 comments:

  1. I didn't know you were designing fabric...way cool! Love the quilt!

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  2. I love the studio Shots, keep them comming.

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  3. Wow! You have a beautiful blog. I've enjoyed reading your posts so much! Love the pics on this post. Looks like a lot of fun... and hard work! :)

    I look forward to reading much more from you. :)

    Warm wishes,
    Kendra

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  4. That's what I'm searching for... ideas on how to create a studio that flows and inspires!

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