Wednesday, January 7, 2009

The New Year Tidy Up


I decided to start the year off right and clean up my studio. I'm still somewhat in limbo trying to decide my next move in life. I've actually been getting quite a few orders from my Etsy shop, which has been keeping me busy, but I'm also trying to decide what new products I should be working on. Should I stick to 3-D needle felted items? Should I include flat embroidered felties? Should I bring back my hand painted signs with bakery themes? So many ideas, so little time. So while I'm pondering all of these questions (and many more like how do I make an actual living) I decided to clean out my studio. Here it is in a rare pristine moment.
You can see some naked felt cupcakes ready for their color and sprinkles. On the tall shelf is my treasured pink mixer from my dear friend Julie (CupcakeDD), on the white shelf are my adorable faux cupcakes from Emily at Sugar & Meringue,
and the lemon bunt cake and pink strawberry donuts from The Soapmaker (which smell AMAZING!)
This shot has three of my favorite things in my whole studio: the cake painting by Jenny/Everyday is a Holiday, the top shadow box shelf holds the cardboard cupcake made especially for me by my friend Patianne at Art on the Menu, and my LolliDolls having a tea party by Be Cheery herself, Miss Jenny.

I love my studio, spend nearly all my time at home here, and do all of my work here. Hope you like it :)

4 comments:

jenny holiday said...

Ohhh this post has me grinning ear to ear!! Everything is so so sweet, happy, and chearful!!! I'm honored to be a part of such a wonderful place!

Happy New Year!!!
xoxo Jenny

Art On the Menu said...

OMG!!Your studio is beautiful! It looks like a beautiful place to work and live! You have inspired me to organize, organize, organize! (So much cardboard, so little space!)

Love your new pic of Heather and Kitty!

Amanda said...

Whoa, your studio is so beautiful! Great job decorating it, I bet you just love being in there!

Rachel said...

Oh dear! Your cake and cupcakes are pretty lovely! They are soft and fluffy too, I bet! :)