My Work Studio

I’m back! Sorry for such a long plogging break! I have been so busy with ej&t lately that I haven’t had much time for scrapbooking or anything else creative. Just to give you an idea, I have sold more than double this month what I do in a normal month! Which means I have worked more than double this month :) Although, I must say, my husband has been a huge help and I can’t thank him enough.

every jot & tittle started out in my craft room which is located upstairs in our house. Once I started getting a little busier, I would end up having things all over the room 24/7 which made scrapbooking and other creating not as much fun. So I decided to begin searching for a new space. Luckily, we have a nice sized basement so every jot & tittle moved down there in August. Now, although our basement is not a nicely finished basement, it is a basement! It has no windows, concrete floors, cinder block walls… you get the picture! How am I supposed to come up with great design ideas in an uninspiring workspace? I had a few ideas of how to fix this problem but I needed my husband to help me accomplish them so last week, I put him to work! Here is a before picture:
basement 1

Here is a picture after some work has been done, better huh?
basement 2

Here’s an up close picture of the chalkboard my Mom made me for my birthday. Also, my super cute chandelier that has been sitting in a box for 2 years waiting to be hung in just the right spot!
basement 4

Our basement in L-shaped so I had my husband put up these old doors to section it off a little:
basement 5

And on the other side there are panels hung from the ceiling (purchased at Ikea, they still need to be weighted down):
basement 3

So there you have it! I still have a few more things I would like to do but all in good time right? Now I can create in an area that inspires a bit more creativity. And, my scrapbooking room is back to normal too. The best of both worlds. So when you try to picture me, cutting out millions of paper tags, think of me in that little black chair on the floor or in the red chair in front of the computer and you will have an accurate picture!