Friday, February 17, 2012

"Where Women Create"

 Okay so this will never make the cool magazine "Where Women Create"... this is more, "What my place of creation looks like after a major creation"  Too long for a magazine title huh?   When we moved into our home in 2003, there seemed like there was so much room.  Now, nine years later, every room is full.  Even the laundry room.  Yep, this is the opposite wall of my laundry room.  I think it was suppose to have shelves and closets built in for a pantry but that's not what it was when we got there.  It was VAST, a washer, a dryer and a hot water heater.  My supplies, fit into a rolling tote.    Then David put a 8 foot table in there, and the computer was immediately set up.  Couple of complaints about my hobby being left on the kitchen table and *POOF*  This happened.

Now, before I start another project, I'll diligently put things away.  Wipe down the desk, sweep & vacuum the floor and it will be tidy again.   But for now, this is HOW I create, CHAOS, flowing from one idea to another.  Everything stops and rests as I mother, parent, volunteer and be a wife.  Then I come back and pick up where I left off...

Well, it's time to clean this chaos up.. and I still have a layout to post here for CSI's reveal t'night.  Thanks for viewing my chaos.. feel free to drop by and tidy up.  I know my OCD friends out there just had heart attacks.  I'll make you card once I've cleaned up. 

5 comments:

kristie said...

Awesome space Shaunery!!! thanks for sharing.

Fi said...

Well I never would have thought that this is what your scrap room looked like....lol Of all the times we have skyped I never new, there I was thinking you were literally stuffed in the laundry...he he he. What a great scrapbooking space you have, thanks for sharing S!!!

Jannina said...

I love that my space isnt the only one that looks crazy while I am creating and then just like you I clean it all up before I start another project...Thank for sharing!

Debbi Tehrani said...

I love your space and can SO picture you in there creating your masterpieces! Love seeing your work in progress!

Myran said...

Thank you foryour kind comment! My scrapbooking table almost always looks like this (I usually just closes the door when we have visitors ;)

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