FINALLY….after a year and months gone by I am thrilled to finally take you on a tour of my happy art studio.
What started out like this…..
Now looks like this…
Dreamy, pastel, sugary,pink,vintage childhood nostalgic playground.
This is now my other home where I can be inspired and happily create for hours.
I’ve posted several photos AND I created a 3 minute Video of my studio for your viewing pleasure!
To view the video scroll to the bottom.
If you are ever in the market for crystal chandlier. I have your hook up!
Gorgeous quality for reasonable prices!
One of the main things that sold me about this space was the amount of natural light that comes thru the windows.
The tall ceilings lends to a very light and airy type feel.
I had the ceiling painted to look like the sky.
It’s a pale blue color with soft white pink fluffy clouds.
I also had the muralist paint five bunny clouds scattered around the ceiling.
They are in different shapes and sizes.
You can play “I SPY” bunny clouds. 🙂
This is basically the wall of cuteness overload!
I adore charming old stuffed animals and vintage children’s toys and books.
They have such a sweet nostalgia to them.
My sewing/ribbon station is located to the far left.
It’s crazzy the amount of ribbon and lace I’ve collected and purchased over the years.
(notice there is no sewing machine. hee! hee! For those that know me know I don’t sew. However, it’s on my bucket list to learn. High School Home ec does not count!)
My dream car. *sigh*
For now a toy car will have to do. 😉
The Candy Machine is one of my all time FAVORITE vintage finds!
I about had a stroke when I first laid eyes on it at the flea market.
I found the perfect spot for it in front of my window.
Yes, it does hold candy and still works!
The little spindle table to the far right used to be an old baby diaper changing table.
I converted it into a storage holder for all my craft hardware, and office supplies.
I paid $10 for it.. painted it pink… added ruffled material skirt to the outside..and Ta~Da
it was now functional and cute!
The ribbon holder use to be a gun rack.
It was an easy DIY project.
More of my vintage collectables.
The bottom shelf is just a small sample of my favorite and inspiring books and publications.
How darling is she???
More bunny love!
My sweet dear friend Natasha hand painted the adorable bunny picture. When I first started my Eye Candy business Natasha was so sweet and kind to create my first logo for me.
This is a peek of what my mood board looks like.
It’s full of special pictures, cards, gift tags, and mementos from art events I’ve attended.
Yes, It’s obvious I love children’s toys from the past.
I’ve started collecting children’s suitcases. The illustrations are precious.
I put together this video to give you a true peek inside.
Thanks for taking a tour of my studio.
I still pinch myself sometimes that I am incredibly lucky to have such a wonderful space.
Now who wants to come and play???