• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •

• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •



Saturday, March 19, 2011

~Studio Inspiration~

 I Love the Garden Feel of this Studio.
This Studio is out of a Country Living Magazine . 
Isn't Her Work Lovely! I Love that she Surrounds herself 
with her own work for Inspiration.
I Love the Vintage  Boxes and the Labeling.
The Idea of a Caddy Like this is so Clever! 
You can take it and go any where!

This Butlers Pantry is Great!
I Love combining your supplies into your Display!
I am sure that Luggage Tags
are something you have all seen before!  I Found these in the Dollar bins
at our Local Michaels.
That is where I got the Luggage Boxes.
( 50% off! I Love Sales!)
This is a Little thing I came up with after Perusing the Local Thrift Stores. I kept seeing these Lovely Silver Pedestals for Chafing Dishes. They were Lonely Petunias with no Chafing Dishes to be seen. I am always Thinking Hmmmm... What Can I Make with this.
Well then I came across this Silver Relish tray with the Glass still in tact. Don't worry it wasn't the Prized Family Silver 
just an Inexpensive Silver Type Relish Tray ! Lol!
The How-to of it is really Easy! Just flipped the Tray over,
Center the Pedestal and used some 
E-6000 Glue to adhere the Pedestal to  the Tray.
Let Glue have time to set. 
Thats It! Easy Peasey!
Elevating my Collection of Bling gave me
more Space in my Tiny Little Studio. 
I Find Inspiration in seeing what I have to Work with.! 
This was another Thrift Store Find!
Hope you enjoyed some of my Studio Storage Display Ideas! 
Thank You Debra for another Inspiration Friday!
Thank you so Much for Being our Gracious Hostess!
Hope you Will all take a Peek My New Blog
and New Adventure with My Friend Lemay!
Hope you sign up for our Giveaway too!
Just Click on the Link Below!

Hope you are all Having a Wonderful Weekend!



Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Thanks for the vintage shares and inspirations for studios! Love it all! Marilou

Wanda said...

I did enjoy that! Thanks for sharing. We're getting ready to take in our back porch for my craft room and I'm trying to decide how I want to decorate it. Rustic/primitive, white/shabby or silvery/blingy. I love all the looks. Guess white/shabby and silvery/blingy could co-exist...

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Jill, I love how you've combined the gorgeous silver with your art of display, so pretty and practical. Great images of work spaces. Mine's a little messy now. LOL!! Thanks so much for linking up with VIF!

The Painting Queen said...

Love your own displays the best of all the photos!!! Beautiful!!!

orchid said...

Oh, wonderful gorgeous works of you two.☆☆☆
I enjoyed seeing them.
Also I wanted express my apology that I cannot put your button with HTML, so that we can jump to your homepage. I will learn gradually how this blogger works....
Haha, still a beginner.

Thank you for the beautiful post.

Vicki said...

I just love your thrift store finds used in the studio. Great ideas and very, very pretty.

Anonymous said...

Jill, your studio is lovely ... your have certainly turned trash into treasure with your Midas touch! I do believe I could stay forever lost inside your little piece of paradise ... I think it most important, when creating, to surround yourself with items that inspire. For you never know what the chambers of your conscience will dream up!

When you have a moment, do stop by. I have a springtime wish awaiting for you! Hugs,P.

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, that studio is amazing! I love that style. I always wonder how on earth they keep these studios so organized. My workspace is a ... um... no so organized place. ;-)

Your finds are truly treasures. Thank you for sharing them. I hope you are having a beautiful day.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Hello sweet Jill
I love your gorgeous vignettes and all the wonderful photos of studio inspiration you have shared with us! I could sit and look at them for hours! :) The snow has melted here - now if the ice on the lake would! Happy Monday m'dear! :)

Gerri Herbst said...

Very inspiring...now if I could get my craft studio to look like that ...wow. you work is lovely too.thanks for showing us.gerri

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Hi Sweet Miss Jill!
I am So Sorry I haven't been by to visit you, I have missed you my friend and have been thinking of you! :) I have been helping my Jeff...he has had so much work that for the past 3 nights we didn't leave the shop until around 8:00! I have never been so glad that the weekend is here, Hooray!! :)
Oh I just LOVE all of your treasures and how you have displayed them, you are so creative Jill and have such a special way of making everything look so Very Beautiful!!
Big Hugs to you my Friend~
Carol Anne


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