I was over the moon honored and completely freaked out when Cindy from the Cartwheels in my Mind blog emailed a month or so ago to ask if I'd be willing to share my craft space. I've never shared my craft space before! I am renovating! We bought this house and kept our first house, which means we didn't have a lot of cash on hand, so we do things month to month. Things change moment to moment. My room has moved around the house a couple of times, but I am finally home in my space so thought I'd share a few pics.
I have a lot of work to do, it's definitely in progress, but I am thankful to have my own refuge, so I'll take it, unfinished and a mess it may be.
You can check out the rest of the photos and a little interview with Cindy here.
I also wanted to share a sneak peek at a project I'm working on, and maybe do a little enabling. I've been asked to create a Halloween layout for an upcoming online event. I didn't really have anything in my stash, so immediately dashed to Studio Calico to see if the Harvest Moon add-on from the Back 40 kit was still available. I bought too many add-ons last month so had to sacrifice something. Silly me. Anyway, it was still there so I picked up a kit.
On the Easel kit that's for sale now. I just wanted you to know that the polaroid stamp is fabulous, and the inside square to that stamp is 2 inches, so break out that square punch!
I had fun with the process with this layout and those fun photos. I can't wait to share it with you sometime soon.
I also wanted to point out the pumpkin stamp in the Harvest Moon add-on, and how well it works with the apple stamps in the drafting table add-on in the current kit.
Think of all the fun these two stamps could have together! Drafting table has a lot of Crate Paper's School line, which is great for school layouts, of course, but the add-on has a fun color palette for fall photos. Maybe even your non-traditional Halloween pics.
Well, it's back to my table I go. I am up to my neck in Christmas projects, Studio Calico, Crate Paper, and I just finished a card for World Cardmaking Day, which is this weekend. Have any plans? It would be a great opportunity to get those Christmas cards out of the way or prepare your December Daily album. I am totally on board with that project this year!