Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio: Making Room

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 Do You Have a Dedicated Space?

Ginger Davis Allman of the Blue Bottle TreeIt’s true that artists come in all types: organized, messy, simple, & complex. Often our spaces reflect the artist within. Our series “Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio” continues this week over at The Blue Bottle Tree. Ginger takes us on a great journey of finding your dedicated space and “Making Room for Your Polymer Clay Studio.”

As you read in my post last week,  we focused on “Falling in Love with Your Studio, no Matter its Size.”  This week Ginger takes that one step further and explores ideas on how to create that studio that you’re craving. She delves into all kinds of ideas surrounding building your own craft space: from converting an existing space, stealing a space, functional furniture, cart trolley’s and much more.

Pinterest Board:

Still searching for ideas? I have an entire PinBoard “Craft Room Ideas & Decor” that is dedicated to craft room storage & organization. Feel free to flip through the board, repin, click on the pins to see more, but be sure to follow the board. If you follow the board, every time I find a new idea, it will be there waiting for you.

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Don’t forget to join us here next week for Part 3 in our series! Every Thursday in April, Ginger & I are working together to  bring you some articles on “Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio.”  Follow me in your RSS feed to stay up to date, and/or sign up for the email list.
Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,



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