Monday, June 6, 2011
My Sugar Pink Boutique Studio
People keep requesting to see more photos of my studio so I thought I would share them on my blog. This is my work station where I cut all of my trims, weigh the glitter count the beads and all of the other fun stuff.
This is where I keep most of my trim collection for my shop. I ran out of room a long time ago and now have to store my trims in baskets throughout my studio.
This is a curio cabinet my mother-in-law gave me and I have yet to finish painting it white! I have to be inspired to paint but hopefully I will soon because I am so tired of looking at a half finished project. I store supplies in the cabinet below and put all of my Grandma's treasures in the top part of the curio. It makes me feel closer to her having her things in my studio.
This is where I store my corsage pins, glitters, paints, flowers and beads and all.
Some of you have seen this photo already but I thought I would share it again since it's part of my studio. This is some of my sweet sugar cottage collection. I have added a few more this past Christmas since this photo was taken. I just love these adorable cottages and they are becoming more difficult to find.
This is where I store my personal collection of Candylights. I like to put them in canning jars and paint the lids pink and have my own candy stash of bulbs.
The bottle brush tree you see on the top shelf was purchased without decorations, so I embellished it with little flowers and pink and blue strands of pearls. I added a pretty pearl pink satin embellishment to the top of the tree. The ceramic container it sits in was only $1.00 and I placed a floral decal on it to make it look even more shabby chic. I think the tree cost me about $10.00 to make. It's simple but nice.
These are some goodies that I purchased from some lovely etsy sellers and the lamp is a gift from a friend of mine, she purchased it on etsy too. I hope you enjoyed your tour of my studio and when I finish painting the curio I will post it on my blog.