Yes, it IS Monday!! I took the weekend off to spend time with my family, get my chores done and to organize some more of my bead studio. Many people have asked me about where/how I organize my beads and for me, it is a 'multi' step system!! I do most of my beadweaving on my custom made tray in the living room - that way I can spend the most time with my family!! But my supplies and stranded items are actually in the front of my bedroom!! I have taken about 1/2 of the bedroom over for a studio!!
Here is how I organize my beads and findings....
And yet, I still have boxes and bags of beads and stones that need to be put away!! someday I'll be able to have my own studio and get even MORE organized!!
How do YOU organize your supplies??
Yes, I have finally gotten this red beautiful photographed, edited and listed!! I have named it; Red Velvet and Cream. If you would like to see more about it, simply click on the photo!!
And here is the 'making of' video!
I get to start a new project today!! There has been such a love of purple that I couldn't pick anything but!! If you would like to come on over to my Fan Page or Google+ page throughout the day to watch it grow!!
It is that time again!! I am so excited!! Over the weekend I received the box with my newest beads and findings from Prima Beads!! And boy, are they wonderful!! So, watch out, I'll be creating something - or lots of somethings - over the next week or two out of these wonderful beads!!
Today's featured artist is; cmhCreations. This wonderful artist started creating with fabric when she was just a young girl. Her amazing creations speak for themselves when you look at them! I just love all the attention to detail that you can plainly see in each of her creations. This 'gal' bag really caught my eye - it would be great for just about anyone!! So, check out her studio - I know you'll find something you like - and remember to always support handmade artists!
Today I would like to leave you with this thought;
You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You mush do the thing you think you cannot do! ~Eleanor Roosevelt