My Creative Space




School is back and Lily has decided to start afternoon napping again which is kind of her, so I am getting a little bit of creative time:

1) painting wooden dolls

2) getting back to those marshmallow bunnies

3) piling stuff on my sewing table

4) reading “On Writing” by Stephen King but not actually doing too much writing. It’s good! I haven’t read much SK before but even his memoir is a page-turner.

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18 Responses

  1. susan jackson says:

    Did I miss the sale of marshmallow bunnies? I hope not!

  2. Christina says: Your sewing table.(Mine is looking like that too… shhh…)

    How gorgeous are those wooden dolls?! Looks like fun. 🙂

  3. selina says:

    love Stephen King. he writes so descriptively.oh, and I love your creative space too!

  4. Kirsty says:

    Just a perfect combination of creative projects.& yes very nice of the small to oblige with an afternoon nap.

  5. Gina says:

    Want to eat Marshmallow Bunny.Those dolls look wonderful. So does your chaotic sewing table!

  6. Michelle says:

    Nice to see I am not the only one who sews with a big pile of clutter at her elbow. Nice of the little one to give you some creative time too.

  7. kuka says:

    Oh those little wooden heads are just beautiful!

  8. Kylie says:

    Lovely set of creativity going on at yours! K

  9. Oh what fab things going on in your space today. I love reading (hence starting my online bookclub)! 🙂 and the wooden heads look great fun to paint. Your sewing looks fantastic. She’s such a little cutie 🙂

  10. Sally says:

    I love the sewing machine table. It looks a lot like my sewing table. It is awesome!

  11. Cassandra says:

    What a fine collection of wooden heads, awaiting their fate! You are on fire woman, go Claire, go Claire, go!!!

  12. malinda says:

    I love the kokeshi and that your work space is NOT spotless.

  13. kirsten says:

    That’s a great book.

  14. Lisa says:

    you’re wooden dolls look fantastic!

  15. Emjie says:

    May I please have your creative space? lol

  16. Amy says:

    Well, I thought I loved kokeshi, but I love yours more than any! Those are so, so sweet, and have such a cool “loobylu” vibe….Plus, I love a girl who can keep 7 or 8 projects up in the air while raising two little girls. My hero!

  17. compagnon marine says:

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  18. leslie says:

    i love that book by stephen king as well, he is a great teacher!

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