Friday, February 5, 2010

Day 36...Busy, Busy, Busy!

I have to keep my head down
and focused on my work!

I have to finish new projects
for my space at Heritage Antiques.
I am behind schedule
because I have been busy
getting Lurch ready for his
upcoming spine surgery.

But I have been working hard
during the times I can find.

Some of you requested to see
my studio when I am creating...
so, here goes!
No one ever said I was tidy!

I am making Valentine's cards
on this work space...

I am making wreaths
in this work space.

Lace, fabric and trims
go on my VD cards.
Do you need a reason
to celebrate VD? :)

A friend brought me some
rosemary sprigs in
Red Stripe beer bottles
for my work space!

Vintage bookends
are being used as paper weights.

Want to see some of the
vintage book page wreaths
I am taking to Heritage Antiques

I gotta go get busy...
and clean!


Sue said...

Love the wreaths, way cool! I can't use glue, seriously. I end up gluing my fingers together. Loved peeking inside the studio!
Take care, Sue

Lou Cinda said...

Your wreaths are without a doubt the prettiest I have seen period! And I have seen ALOT!!

They are multideminsional! I LOVE them! You need an Etsy or I need to move closer to you!

I will keep both you and Lurch close in my prayers...

Lou Cinda :)

Sue said...

I LOVE your studio space (those windows are divine!). Not messy - just busy looking. Your wreaths are fabulous and I bet that rosemary smells great!

Thanks for sharing!


The Lone Star Queen said...

That's a great space for creativity. Love the windows!

Lovey said...

Love the space you're in! Love those wreaths too!

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage and Junkologie said...

You are one busy woman! The wreaths are beautiful!!

Malisa said...

Thanks for all the kind comments! Lou Cinda, I have been working on my Etsy account. It should be up and running next week! I will post when it is open!


trash talk said...

Okay...what do I have that we can swap so I can own that middle wreath? Love it!
P.S. Love, love, triple love your studio!

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

I agree...those wreaths are the prettiest that I have seen. Great work space!

Laurie said...

Wow, thank you for showing us your workspace! Whenever I post photos of mine, it looks much like those. No neat and tidy studios allowed!

lulu redstar said...

Baby cakes! Love those wreaths!!!!
and I love your mess. I still think I win the messy award.

lulu redstar said...

Baby cakes! Love those wreaths!!!!
and I love your mess. I still think I win the messy award.

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Teresa said...

Ooooh, Malisa, your workspace is so beautiful. If my little "studio" looked like that, I think I'd just go ahead and move my bed in there. Love your wreaths.

Welcome to Yaya Chique! said...

Okay..where the heck have I been??? :) (busy in the store and studio of course). But, wanted to let you know that first, I am proud to hear you are now selling some of your beautiful work and are set up in a brick/mortar, and second LOVE the treasures you are creating! Give a big hug to Lurch...hope to see ya'll again soon. xo...deb

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