Thursday, 29 October 2009

My creative space...

I've tried to arrange the chaos this week... to look more organized, like the super efficient person I am!
So this is my desk in my studio...

... a little monkey business, a a fabric picture in progress...


... a drawing of a cat family by Skyla which I think is wonderful, the cats look to be on little wheels! and a Cinderella sketch by me, inspired by Skyla's performance as Cinderella at school, I'm thinking it would make a nice screen print if I choose the colours right...

... look you can see the little wheels, my children's drawing are so inspiring!
And some lovely tape I bought from here.

See more creative spaces here at Kootoyoo, join in!
This creative space at V for Violet puts my little humble button jar in the top pic to shame!! and if you like buttons and felt, Tanya is doing a giveaway too! fab!

8 comments:

  1. I just love kids drawings, they are just so fresh and fun! I have so many I have kept over the years I just cant part with them.

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  2. Skyla's cats are the cats pyjamas! Really cool and cute. Your drawings are ace too! I know what you mean about childrens drawings, they can be so inspiring, and fun xo

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  3. Lovely space. I love the colours you are using. I love the wheels too! :)

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  4. Lovely - all of it. The red buttons are very cute - love a bit of red!!

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  5. Skyla is such a good artist!!
    Loving the monkey too - very cute!
    And the tape......hmmmm....now I have buttons, maybe I need more ribbons....xx

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  6. How good is the cat?...the apple doesn't fall far I guess. x

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  7. what lovely creative spaces! i think childrens drawings are the best and very inspiring, they have so much charm! your monkey is looking very cool too!

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  8. Hi there lisa, love all that you are sharing with us, fab inspiration! You are a truly wonderful mum!!
    Perhaps skyla would like to create her very own button tin ( if she hasn`t already ) ,as a child my grandma had a beautiful electric blue tin, with the most eyecatching butterfly on the lid. When ever a button fell off a shirt,it would go straight into the butterfly tin. Some days i remember just swirling my hands around that tin, you should try it, ever so ..... nice!
    Now, along side my treasured Cath Kidston sewing box, i have a beautiful decorated (country rose type )tin, with every shape, size and colour button inside.Not only brings a sense of tradition purely for myself, i really never ever have to buy a button.

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