Thursday, July 14, 2011

Yippppeeee! It's The Where Bloggers Create Shin-Dig.... Welcome To My Studio

Hi Chickies! Oh my... I have SO looked forward to this party.... That sweet 'lil Karen over at My Desert Cottage is hosting this party for the third year. I've wanted to participate before, but my Studio (formerly known as the sewing room, but studio sounds so much fancier, don'tcha think??) just wasn't ready... well, it still isn't, but what the heck... might as well share the progress so far, right? :-)



I have lots and lots of things to finish, including a wing chair slipcover.... Pictures strategically taken to avoid the nasty thing. *wink*



I shared before that my goal was sort of a Cath Kidston look. I don't use that style anywhere else in my little cottage, so I thought it would be a happy place to "whip things up"... And there is no red anywhere else either, but I love it here.

I had already purchased a pale greenish paint for this room when my plan changed, so I just added other wall paint and craft paint to come up with this color. I LOVE it.....and..... no waste either.


Beware: Lots of pictures in this post.... and if you'd like to see bigger shots, just click on any photo.





Rather proud of these little shelves. I made them myself. :-) And, they hold lots of lots of supplies and other happy little things too.

My space is very tiny..not luxurious like so many lucky chickies have, so I have to make every little inch pay. As I've said before, nothing is very big here at the cottage.




I made my cutting table too. .... and installed a little light strip up underneath the shelf. It really helps when I'm doing one of those late night projects.



As always, I try to do everything on a dime, so nearly all the fabrics here are from the thrift store. I love the satisfaction of making something out of nothing. And, most of the doo-dads are second hand as well.




All of the eyelet was from thrift store dust ruffles. I got yards and yards of it for $3.99. Bleached, starched and ruffled......just perfect to add to lots of things.


I just couldn't get a decent picture of the darn curtains..... dang.






A studio necessity.......TV and DVD player.... It seems like I'm in here a LOT at Christmas and I love being able to watch It's a Wonderful Life, White Christmas and Holiday Inn while I'm working.


My sewing machine table used to have a drawer on the left side... I took it off so I could fit the Ikea drawer unit underneath it. Oh how I LOVE Ikea.... that little drawer unit holds so much and keeps my tools close at hand.... just above the drawers is a keyboard pull-out. I sew lots and lots of home dec projects and needed a bigger area for the weight of the fabric to rest while I sew. This does the job nicely.






Tons of baskets to hold supplies and a little, vintage shoe bag to hold "stuff"...


Another little Ikea drawer unit to hold elastic, snaps, rick rack, zippers, etc. It works perfectly.


I've had that old oak armoire forever and ever. I hide gifties in it. :-)




I bought the little magazine holders at Ikea too. They're actually still empty. I have four hundred thousand tear-outs from magazines to organize ....eventually they'll be in those holders. I've been going to do that little project every summer for the past five years........or more..... yeah, probably more!





Just smidge of fabric. Oh my.... I have bins and bins and bins of it in the garage. I have to either get rid of some of it or come up with another system for storage. I wish I had some of those great shelves like so many of you chickies have. I think I'd have to hang it from the ceiling. No more space here.





More fabric hidden under my cutting table.... well, that and our luggage. I have nowhere else to put it.







I think the little holes in the shelf make it look like eyelet. :-)


Have I mentioned that I love vintage buttons? I have soooo many of them and still keep a look out for them.





My little grandson made that little cart out of styrofoam and Popsicle sticks for me a long time ago.... It's so sweet and I save everything..........EVERYTHING he makes for me.





That shelf thingy is actually a bookcase I found for five dollars at an antique store sidewalk sale... not old, of course, but it does the job here. It doesn't have a back on it, but I stapled fabric to that back of it anyway.



The dresser was in my husband's closet when I met him. It was HIDEOUS..... and I was going to throw it out. It was on the driveway when we were moving so we could dump it.... I drove in one night and saw the darn thing in a whole new light. A bit of paint and new knobs and now I just love it. FREE! Whooopeee!




And, jars of walnut shells, lavender and flax seeds for projects.




I am CRRRRaZZZy about ribbon.... I have lots more than this. Those bins on top of the armoire? Lots of them hold ribbon... and there's more in the garage too.




My Hubbs calls me Honey Girl.... found the sticker in Hawaii last time we were there.... can you see it there?





How Cath Kidston is this rug???


I found it at the Goodwill for $3.99 and it's quite long..... It matches everything perfectly. I danced out of the store that day..... I worried that it would bleed like crazy when I washed it, but it did just fine. It's probably originally from Ikea too. :-)




I had a horrible time taking pictures, the room is so small... this shot is into the mirrored closet doors. Not a huge fan of mirrored doors, but this room doesn't get much light and I thought the reflective factor would help....




I made the desk chair slipcover too.... After seeing it in these pictures, I figured out how to fix it so it will hang straight... Wish I'd have figured that out before... Darn it all. Ya'all just pretend it's hanging right, OK?






Isn't this fabric sooooo Cath Kidston-ish? From the thrift store..... naturally. :-) And, it's originally from Ikea. Can you see the little Cath Kidston label? No, nothing about it is genuine Cath, but I bought her book and it came with a label to make a little handbag....





The sewing table was nasty wood... with a FORMICA top.... YIKES. Isn't paint just the bestestest solution? I still don't love it, but it's so much better than it was and my sewing machine fits perfectly in it.... so I'll be sticking with it, probably forever.



So, that's about it..... nothing fancy... Well, there's really nothing fancy anywhere, here at the cottage. I don't even own a serger.... but make slipcovers and other things all the time without one..... And, where the heck would I put it, if I DID have one??



I can't wait to come to visit each of you. There were so many yummy spaces last year... Such clever chickies out there in Bloggyville.



Linking to: Where Bloggers Create Thank you again Karen.... xoxox



Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home




Flaunt it Friday at Chic on a Shoestring Decorating



Sherry @ No Minimalist Here



and


Beverly at How Sweet The Sound for Pink Saturday








Thanks so much for coming to visit.


Have a wonderful weekend.



Huggies,


Spencer


xoxox







94 comments:

  1. What a great place to create! Everything is so nice and neat and SO organized!!

    Love,
    LuLu~*xoxo

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  2. OH dear one, this is so fun. Your space is so beautifully organized and CLEAN! THANK YOU FOR SHARING your world with us. THANK YOU AS WELL for coming to visit me so quickly! Yes, kind words are the best and only embellishment that makes anyone a beautiful person. Your mum was right, so was mine.

    LOVE EVERY NOOK HERE!!! Have a fun weekend, Anita

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  3. Spencer, your space is so beautiful! You clever girl - making those shelves and the cutting table! Is there anything you can't do? Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

    xo
    Claudia

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  4. Hi Spencer,
    Love, love, love your studio (I call mine that too....my husband calls it my junk space). You look so organized. The room may be small but you packed a lot of punch in that space. I love the shelves you made and your window treatment. I think my favorite two things are the slipcovered chair and the sewing machine cover.
    It's a fabulous space! Thanks for sharing!!
    Jane

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  5. You have such a wonderful space here! I too have a small area to work, and your pictures here have got me thinking of a remodel :D Very beautiful studio that you have created. Thank you for sharing!

    ~Alli

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  6. Spencie Girl...I love your studio! What a breath of fresh air. I could so work there. Clean and crisp and full of charm and passion. I'm inspired sweet friend.

    Thank you again for the font. You bless me always and I'm happy to call you friend~

    xoRebecca

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  7. No matter how small your space is, you make it look like a million bucks Spencer.
    I have that same IKEA spread. I just told Randy that it looks identical to Kath's.
    I'm thinking of redoing my counter tops again. You helped me so much with my last one, but I'm tired of the color already.
    Happy Weekend my dear friend.
    xoxoxoxoxo

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  8. I left the longest comment and poof it was gone.
    Anyway...Yes you are a no comment-reply blogger.
    You have a great studio, Spencer. It may be small, but you have packed alot of fun in there. Your pictures were great and you acheived the "Cath" look perfectly.
    My favorite has to be the chair and machine cover. I am going to use your chair tute to cover mine. Did you make your own pattern for your machine. It is so creative.
    Great studio space to get inspired in.

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  9. Spencer, It's so perfectly perfect!!!! I was so lucky to win a give-away and had some Cath Kidston stuff sent to me from across the ocean. I love it! And your perfectly perfect "studio" gave me some ideas for my own too. Thank you sweet lady...xoxo

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  10. Oh so pretty, Spencer. You've decorated it so nicely and it's nice to have your own space....Christine

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  11. WOWZA... Love your place for creating:) So many gorgeous pieces! I could spend lots of time going thru each nook and crannie! Have a blessed day and thanks for popping in at my place and leaving your sweet comment! HUGS!

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  12. I love your place where you create! ALL of the spaces are gorgeous! I would love to spend lots of time peeking in on all of it!

    Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me and leaving your sweet comment!

    Have a blessed day my friend, HUGS!

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  13. What a joyful space to work in. I bet it feels more like playtime...right?
    Deb
    P.S. I secretly love red! Don't tell anyone.

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  14. Hi Spencer,
    your magical place is bright and so very organized. You have so many wonderful things to see and use. I love the vintage basket with the fabrics. The color is perfect.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us, I loved it all, Char

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  15. Spencer you room is so charming! A wonderful room to create in for sure!
    Be blessed,
    Lorena

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  16. Oh, I love it! So inviting. Adore that chair cover. I'm just so inspired by all you amazíng talented women. Keep dreaming!

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  17. Your area may be small but it is quite cozy and lovely! I don't have a space for crafting...so I think any is great! Keep creating!!

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  18. Your space is so gorgeous and tidy. Love all your wonderful sewing projects. Thanks so much for sharing. I could just sit right in your big chair and enjoy a good look around. I love all the buttons jars and carefully stacked fabric.
    Keep smiling and creating

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  19. What a delightful little space, you must be very proud of it - well done!

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  20. You have an adorable space and I love how you used thrift store finds for storage and decor'. You're my kind of gal, Spencer!! My room uses alof thrift store items as well. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful, creative place.

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  21. Hi Spencer! Thank you so much for taking us on the tour! I really enjoyed it and your space is just lovely! Have a great time at the party!!
    xo,
    Karen

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  22. Your studio is lovely! I love all the neat things you've done with fabric in your room...the shelf background, the valance, the chair, etc! It all looks wonderful. I love the scallops shelves too. And such great thrift store finds!
    Thanks for sharing with us!

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  23. Greetings, Spencer! I love the collection of different fabrics that decorate your studio and it just looks so clean and fresh with all of its lovely colors. It is a cheerful place to create, I am sure. I am becoming a follower, for sure and hope you will stop by my studio and take a peek.
    www.queenbartistry.blogspot.com

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  24. Great job on your studio - looks lovely. Want to come make some shelving for me? ha ha. Thanks for sharing and hope you have a fun pink weekend!

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  25. I am amazed and loving how everyone is in LOVE with buttons! We should create a support group for all our button hoards, and have a button blog hop just to show off what we have!


    I hope you'll have time to visit my creative spaces!

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  26. Absolutely gorgeous, Cupcake! Love all of your special touches, and all of your handiwork!! Just a joy to look at! I could sooo create in there!! :O)

    Love and hugs to you!
    Becky

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  27. Hi Spencer, Love your creative space and all the great organization and charm. You are amazing.
    Thank you for sharing and Happy creating.
    Hugs from Texas, Celestina Marie

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  28. Such a great space you have Spencer!!

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  29. Hi Spencie! This is your old rotten friend, Bon. I am still trying to adjust to retirement. I love every minute of it but I just have to spread my blog reading around some. Most of my time on the computer is spent writing but I promise I will be better because I love you and your blog and I just need to shift things around to get by more often.

    Your studio is amazingly cute. I love cottages and ours is tiny too. But it is just so cozy like yours. Tiny homes have lots of character and charm. I don't have any desire for a huge house. I never did. What you have done is just darling and so resourceful. I'm prouda ya, Girl!

    Loving your music as always! Hugs, Bon

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  30. So charming. Who couldn't be inspired in such surroundings?

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  31. I love your cricut cover! I just adore it! It's my colors! This is not good - I'm coveting your cricut cover. Can I copy it? Pleeeeeease!
    Beautiful room, and beautiful music!

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  32. I too am a ribbon addict ha! We need therapy don't we :) I LOVE your scalloped shelves! Jealous here as I wish mine in my studio looked that fun. I am not yet 40, so no grandkids yet but I DO save most everything my little ones do, even the popcicle sticks!

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  33. Spencer, Girl I have missed visiting you!
    Your creative 'Studio' is full of inspiration, pretty pretty goodies and lots of organization, all with your special touch!! Thank you for sharing this with us!! I hope you are enjoying your Summer so far!! xOxO Nerina

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  34. Spencer, your creative work studio is just the sweetest & romantic place to visit. I love your organization, colors & inviting atmosphere. You have done an exquisite job.

    Yes, I'll write you the dates when we get back from this trip, my friend. I am sooo excited!

    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  35. Thanks for stopping by my Red Door and leaving such a sweet comment. If you want to see my daughter's remodel in the chaotic stage you can go to my sidebar and click on my daughter's link. She will continue to update as more happens with the transformation of her kitchen. Have a great weekend!

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  36. Spencer,
    I am so glad to have found your blog. Your header is just yummy and so is your work space. I can tell you really thought it out and love every thing in it. Simply gorgeous!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  37. Such a cute space! I love all the happy colors and patterns. Like you, I have so much craft stuff that it's crazy. I'll have to take it with me to heaven to use it all up, but that's the way craft buying addiction is, I guess. Glad to know it's not just me!

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  38. Isnt this just so cute!? :) I love your studio, so much creativity oozing out!

    Hugs,

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  39. Oh, I just LOVE your beautiful work space, and all your gorgeous fabric and supplies!!

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  40. Great space, Spencer! I love it! I'd be happy with this compared to what I've got now. Love all your storage pieces. I may have to look into those Ikea drawers. I love, love your skirted cutting table and the shelves you made. I think the trick is keeping the space light and definitely the mirrored doors {great idea to keep them, by the way}. I'd be raring to get started on something when in this room!

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  41. Spencer, I love your space!!! The fabric and the colors are perfect, love the Honey Girl sticker......that is so sweet!!!! You are so clever with all of your refurbishing and decorating ideas!!! How wonderful to have all that light and cheeriness, this is a great space to create and inspire!!!
    Hugs,
    Margaret B
    xxx

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  42. Your studio space is charming!

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  43. Love how you've maximized your space - it's great! I especially like your wicker baskets. Lots and lots of charm in your world.

    Best wishes,
    Susan

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  44. Your space is so pretty and inviting! I love the colors and the vintage vibe. Thank you for the tour. Have a nice weekend! Twyla

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  45. Your studio space is so sweet - especially those scalloped shelves!

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  46. You are an exceptionally neat and organized crafter. I read how you named your home, same thing here too with taking inspiration from the English tradition.
    Judith

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  47. What a delightful visit! I'm always extra impressed with a woman who can run power tools and uses them! Love those shelves you built. Did you use a scroller saw to cut the design? All your fabrics and the items you have sewn are just wonderful. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  48. Oh I am loving your color scheme so much. So pretty and it would be a great room to create in. Yes, Oregon feeds my creativity for sure. We go ever year. Thank you visiting my blog. Kit

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  49. This is by far the happiest and brightest place I have seen. I LOVE it!! You have truly done a wonderful job.
    xo
    Lynn

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  50. Aloha Spencer,
    I think those of us that have tiny creative spaces learn quickly how to use every nook and cranny to store our supplies and treasures. You done an excellent job of that my dear.
    I love your sewing projects and definitely love your shelves and cutting table that you've made. You go girl!
    I've enjoyed my visit with you and your beautiful space, thank you for sharing all your lovlies.
    By the way, let me know, "Honey Girl" when you'll be coming to Hawaii again, it would be great to meet a fellow crafting artisan.
    Aloha for now.

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  51. I love your sewing room, I mean, your studio! Lots of space, things are well kept/organized/displayed. Job well done. Thanks for sharing. I hope you'll have a chance to come over and visit my humble space. =)
    xoxoReina

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  52. I love your sewing room, I mean, studio! =)
    So much beautiful things for a beautiful space. So clean and organized, I'm a bit jealous!
    Thanks for sharing. I hope you'll have a chance to come by visit my humble space!
    Reina@ http://everythinganastacia.blogspot.com

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  53. You have a very sweet place to create in. I love the 'Cath Kidson' look.

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  54. What a delightful creative space...terrific color palate...so bright and cheery. chocked full of wonderful supplies...love your comment...about making something out of nothing...I'm right there with you on that way of thinking! TFS!

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  55. Love the scalloped shelves and pretty flower tins......love how you framed your pictures in a postage stamp frame.....great look!!!!!

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  56. Such a delightful room! I would be happy just to sit in here. :)
    Enjoy creating!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  57. Cool, how fun and whimsical, love all the flowers and color!!
    You space has such a cozy feel, makes my want to come over for a play date.
    Thanks for sharing
    debbie
    mybrowneyedgirldesigns
    xoxo

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  58. I think this is great and oh so neat. Very nice, love your space. Have a great week.

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  59. You have a very nice "studio". It has a wonderfully happy atmosphere. You make beautiful things out of thrift store fabrics! I wish I could sew!
    Elizabeth

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  60. Spencer, thank you for visiting my site and commenting on my button salt shakers! Your studio space is great and very cheerful. I'll be posting a few pictures of some button bouquets I've made for friend's wedding rehearsals sometime in the next few weeks. Please stop back to take a peak.

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  61. Wow, wow and wow. And did I say wow? Your studio is AMAZING!!!! I love all of the color and warmth. It clearly is an inspriational place. You've created such an amazing space in which to explore your creative talents.

    - The Tablescaper

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  62. Well!! Of course!! Photos on the outside Of storage containers makes all the sense in the world. Thanks for the GREAT tip!!!
    xo
    Lynn

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  63. Hi Sweetums..
    My goodness, when you transform a room, you REALLY do it~! this is absolutely amazing.. it has beauty, charm and function..
    I applaud you~!!!

    xoxoxo
    Sonny

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  64. Oh Spencer, I am finally able to leave you a comment. Blogger has not been nice with this particular comment setup. I have been trying to leave you a comment for months! I just was so tickled when I saw you were participating in the Where Women Create blog hop! I love, love, love your creative space:D I would never have thought to attach pretty fabric to a backless bookcase - now I have a new project in mind...
    I hope you can get over to my new blog for a visit in my studio http://blogginmywaythroughart.blogspot.com (my old blog I had to close down because of some issues I couldn't get resolved - it was elizabethstudio54.blogspot.com
    Thanks for all the fabulous tutorials as well my friend:D
    Hugs,
    Beth P

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  65. What a lovely warm space you've created! Laura

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  66. Hello Spencer...i love your space! So many girly, frilly accents that you've added and I love all your slipcovers! Thanks for sharing your creative room!
    Cheers
    Rochelle

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  67. OMG what a beautiful space you have! It's so organized and pretty! Thanks for visiting my space today!!

    Tania

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  68. Love all your organization, all so pretty!

    ~ Violet

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  69. Hi Spencer,
    You have a wonderful studio! I just love your scalloped edge shelves! So cute! Thank you for visiting my space and leaving a sweet message.
    Hugs to you,
    Annette

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  70. Spencer, your space is great - I especially love the wall color, your handmade shelves and desk surface, and your sewing machine cover!

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  71. Hi sweet Spencer!!! Girl, your space is GORGEOUS!!!! I just love each and every thing...the shelves, the curtains, the wonderful stash and the STORAGE! It's all so beautiful ~ a place I would love to visit too :) hugs and love, Dawn

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  72. Loved the tour and love your blog! Thanks for stopping by mine too. I really enjoyed your comments! ;)
    Tamatha

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  73. Love your sweet and happy studio! Cath Kidston is a favorite of mine, too. Thank you for recently stopping by my blog!

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  74. Hi Spencer!

    Thanks for stopping by! Mississippi is a very interesting place but be sure to go in the spring if you ever visit there. It's hot then but really steamy in the summer!

    Your studio is fabulous!! you have everything so well organized and it looks so warm and sweet. I love the look you've accomplished in there. I'm still shuffling things around after moving to the condo a year ago. Thank goodness I have a small bedroom to even shuffle in for a tiny studio!!

    Big hugs,Sherry

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  75. Spencer, I adore your space! The colors are so peaceful, and you are amazingly organized! Thank you for sharing your space.

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  76. I'm still plugging away at the long list on the tour...too many great spaces!!! Yours is wonderful. I also love the Cath Kidston look--always with a punch of red. You've really captured the "look". I'm becoming a follower--I have to come back and check out all the interesting things I see in your sidebar!

    maggie
    http://www.themagrag.com

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  77. Your comments on my blog were hilarious! Maybe I wouldn't rent out the house across the street for my entire studio...just put an addition onto our house! Blessed be your sweet mum. She looks like she was sooo hugable. Can't wait to come back and watch some tutorials. Thanks so much dear. devon

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  78. You have a wonderful space. It seems to have so many things stored in such creative ways. I love your colors and the shelves you made.

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  79. Hi Spencer~ what an adorable studio! So neat and tidy, wonderful space!

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  80. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your sweet comments. I love your creative space! So very neat and pretty.

    I'm so pleased to meet you.

    Hugs,

    Anne

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  81. I just found your blog and love it. I have a small "studio" too. Maybe if I fix mine as cute as yours I will stay in it and work! You have inspired me!

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  82. Spencer - Your special place to create is amazing! I love the way you have all your notions displayed - what a fabulous collections of buttons and fabrics and everything that a person could want to create with. Your shelves are to die for - and you did a wonderful job with them. You seem so wonderfully organized - I am maybe a little jealous of that - (LOL!!)

    Your blog is beautiful - the blog header is absolutely lovely. So glad I got to see your beautiful space - thanks for stopping by to see me as well~~

    Vicki

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  83. Hi Spencer,

    Your studio is lovely. I love that thrifted fabric. I love it when I find something that pretty for next to nothing. If you haven't visited I'd love for you too. Please forgive me if you have already visited me. I'm losing track. :0)

    Pink Sparkles,
    Stephanie Suzanne ♥
    Queen of Dreamsz

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  84. What a lovely space! You have organised it so well.

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  85. I love that shelf and the table with the skirt, so sweet and vintagey. Your chair turned out really nice too. I need to do this, my chairs are so ugly. So ugly in fact, that I removed them from the room when I took my pics, lol! Thanks for sharing, Nan

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  86. Oh my, did you write that your space is not done??? I wish my was even half way like yours, its really nice. So clean, neat, organized and light (yes, I love the light... working on mine in my space). Your sewing is amazing, I love the sewing machine cover. Lvely space and Im so glad you stopped by my blog, and thank you so much for the comment : )

    Cheers,

    Mari

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  87. A charming room, Spencer...thank you so much for having me in! I love that your space is so beautiful, tidy and functional all at once, unlike the bedlam my studio tends to explode into!

    And I'm with you on thrift stores...nothing gets me more excited than sorting through stacks of fabric and books, and finding just the perfect finishing touch for a project...:)

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  88. Hi Spencer,
    I'm still visiting all the wonderful, creative blogs. Whew! So many. Your space is beautiful. I love all the frills. Thanks for stopping by my blog as well.

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  89. Thank you for sharing a glimpse of your creative space, I enjoyed my visit. Thank you also for visiting my space, it means to the world to me:)

    xo,

    Abby

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  90. What a sweet space - I especially love your custom shelves so talented! I sitll am trying to get to all the blogs!!TFS!

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  91. What a very sweet space! I especially love your custom shelves! You are so talented!

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  92. Awesome space. We love the shabby-chic. We love the pastels and we love, love the ruffles!! XO

    -The Greeley Girls

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  93. We love, love the shabby chic, the ruffles, and pastel colors!! XO

    -The Greeley Girls

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  94. QUE BUEN LUGAR PARA HACER TUS TRABAJOS.
    MUY COMODO Y PRECIOSO.
    SALUDITOS

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Sweet and dear little Chickies....thank you so much for your comments. I read each and every one. I always try to make a return visit........sometimes I fail miserably... but you're alllll soooo special to me!

Many, many hugs!
Spencer