I am blessed. I have a totally wonderful and patient husband who has done his very best to give me my own space...and I can't call it a crafty cabin since it's more than just crafts since I've taken up painting, too. And, when you look at it, it's not a 'cabin', either. It's a beautiful small house (minus a bathroom) with a mini refrigerator and microwave! My daughter, Stephanie, flew 2000 miles from Flagstaff, Arizona, and spent an entire week helping me organize the studio. Although we worked a lot of hours in there together, we did take time to sit and watercolor a picture of hydrangeas together with our favorite on-line artist, Sarah Cray of Let's Make Art. I was so sorry to see Stephanie leave to head back to Arizona and we're trying our best to bribe her to move out here to Kentucky.
My most favorite team, Craft-Dee BowZ, has welcomed me back and beginning December 1, you'll be seeing regular posts again here! I've got a head full of ideas, all my craft supplies handy and plan on blogging once more. I look forward to sharing my art with you and, in return, seeing yours! I'm posting some photos of my art studio below. I had taken a video, but can't seem to upload here! If you are ever in my neck of the woods, please contact me at the e-mail on the right side of my blog. I'd love to share some time with you in my studio!
It's good to be back and when I took these photos 2 nights ago, I was still color organizing ribbons but I finished that last night! I vow to never ever ever move again...and if I do, this cabin has to be moved AS IS. I don't ever want to do all this again!