Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Movements


There has been movement in my studio...I know most of you are not surprised. Things are never safe for long around me.  Although my shelves that were built a mere four months ago are still pretty much the same I thought you might enjoy a peek at some of the movements...


Vintage tin, pottery, Judy Garland and Cath Kidston...say no more!


Somehow there will be a few millimeters to put more on this, right?


My ode to Sandie of Steadman's Corner...because I cannot think outside the box...literally.  


Viv's darling Valentine Kitty swings sweetly from the dolly dresser.


Misty (my Cupie from Magpie) is making eyes at little boy blue already.


Dear Darla (the sweet head vase) has made the rounds in this room.  From here she can view the sewing from a safe place perched on top the movie tins.  These colors are dreamy.

24 comments:

Kim K. said...

I always enjoy a lovely tour of the studio. Feel free to take lots and lots of pictures. I'm completely smitten with your tin toy dishes. I miss my craft room (although I did throw my crutches down the stairs again this afternoon to retrieve a few supplies and glue sticks).

laurie -magpie ethel said...

If I lived closer I would sit in the middle of your studio and just sit on the floor and take it all in. Love, love it all. The army of squeaky toys is darling and I did not realize Misty was such the flirt! The mother goose signage is amazing. Dang.

Mecky said...

It looks like you are having fun!
That little lamb has the cutest face. How can you not smile looking at her!!!

vivian said...

Im loving these peeks into your craft room! I'm glad you like your swinging kitten. And I LOVE your collection of dollies! sweet!
xoxo
vivian

vintage grey said...

Oh, so lovely!! Your studio is amazing!! I would love to work with all those vintage goodies surrounding me!! Love your tin tea sets!!! Once I have a home of my own, I want a studio to inspire me!! For now, I will have to be inspired by yours!! :) xo Heather

Perfectly Printed said...

So fun to move things around! I always seem to enjoy them all over again.

chris

Free Pretty Things For You said...

I not only LOVE peeks into your craft room.. i squeal every time i see one of my images used in there!!!! :D

busymartha said...

Keeps life interesting! I am in the midst of re-organizing my craft area. You are surrounded by so much beauty!

Nan said...

Oh this just could not be cuter. I think you are now the Queen of Cute!!

Kathy said...

What great inspiration you are puttine together in you studio - it looks like a really fun room to spend time in. Yay for you making your special place!!

delia hornbook said...

You have some gorgeous things those little dolls are so cute normally old dolls are a bit scary but those are lovely, dee x

Liz said...

There are so many lovely things to look at in these photos. Love the little doll - so cute!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

retrorevival.biz said...

Squeel! You have so many pretty things! Love your new banner too:)

~Cindy

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Your studio is beautiful, I can see how it makes you want to create such beautiful pieces.

Barbara said...

Boy, that new doll moved right in, didn't she? She looks beautiful, and so is the doll display ... and all the other displays. I love the doll dishes on the metal kitchen shelf (maybe because I have doll dishes and a similar kitchen shelf, but not together like yours?)

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

So many fun things to see! Love your movie reel tins. (what are they called?) I don't remember seeing those on your blog before. I would love a little tin iron like that one. That's a fun find. ♥

craftyles said...

Your studio is sooooo cute. I love the little tin dishes and the vintage books. You sure have a cute way to display everything. My problem is-too much stuff and not enough display area. Oh well. Love your studio and am going to go back and look at the original pictures.Have a good day!
Leslie

Mimos da Claralú! said...

Wow! Now is that clear where it comes from so much inspiration to make beautiful pieces that you do!
His studio is amazing!
Hugs.
Luciana

Debby said...

Love peeking into your world. So sweet.

donna said...

Your shelves are always so super cute. Love all of your treasures.
Hugs
donna

Scrap for Joy said...

Misty cracked me up!! You have the most unique collections..the tinware is especially sweet!
Your apron from yesterday's post is to die for...I love the beautifully embroidered flowers tumbling from the flower pot pocket. EEEk!
xoxo
Joyce

grammycarolynn (flickr) said...

Dearest Renee,
Your sewing room is so sweet and charming! It is such a reflection of you...What a talented gal you are...and, so inspiring to so many of us! Having been born in the 50s, I feel right at home in your darling room!

I hope you have a great weekend, sweet friend!
Carolynn x x x

ps. My post today shares the 30s apron that I made for Shirley of Zetta's Apron. I used reproduction fabric and red rick rack. I hope can pop in and see it. :)

Stacey@A Sort Of Fairytale said...

you have some darling treasures in that studio...gosh, you just have the best collections!!
everytime I see that Cath wallpaper, I just smile :)

Sandie said...

Renee, Finally getting to catch up on blogs! Your studio is so happy! And yes you do a wonderful job decorating it! Thanks for the shout out! I just wish I could make aprons that are as delicious as yours!!!!