Art Play Spaces
We have all sufficed upon a living room/dining table,
and although beautiful creations can be made it can be difficult having all the art materials near to hand.
Of course then putting everything away because your using family space at the end of your creative session.
I found it hard to dig everything out and time was limited as created in the lounge.
How privilaged I feel to finally have an allocated space in which to create...Yay!
I wanted to share my delight with you via making a page here to show you my happy place :0)
I need to develop some organisation, ie storage, shelving and this will take time
but right now I am just very happy with the space :0)
The first thing to go up was the Willow tree
(given to me by a special friend - Debbie, aka starburst *giggles*).
It was growing happily in my garden until plaster water soaked into the soil, you know who you are! lol
So my Willow from starburst died :0(
I saw a picture on the net of a tree with Origami cranes hanging from the branches & decided the willow was to be a wall decoration.
I received some rather strange looks bringing it into the house but I didn't let those stop me hee, hee.
I draped the branches with floral garland and the mirrored words -
Happiness & Dreams :0)
It is I must say, quite stunning!
The looks of 'what are you doing mum' changed to smiles lol.
Thank you for popping by and taking the time to share my new art space with me.
Once I have organised everything I will update photos.
Demo - Art doll tutorial at Hobbycraft Store in Croydon, UK
Market Stall in Balham, London, SW12 UK
Papier Mache art
Pulp & Layer techniques
love & light