Remember the refurbished veggie bin article I wrote? It has finally been published!
The fall 2012 issue of Studios magazine is chock full of inspiring craft spaces. This particular issue even has a section that is near and dear to my heart: using antiques for studio storage. My spruced up cabinet is an example of just that.
It is always a thrill to see my name in the magazine's Table of Contents. I am also pleased that one of my photos is featured there, as well.
My article, titled "Good Green Fun," takes you step by step through several creative projects: the bin's makeover, dressing up tin cans to use for supplies, creating magnets, and sewing an easy, waterproof apron to protect your clothes from crafty messes.
I think the designers at Studios did a wonderful job of laying out the projects. The spread, below, is nicely organized and very inviting.
Now on newsstands, the magazine can also be ordered online here. I'd like to thank Studios editor Linda Blinn for giving me the opportunity to contribute. It was my first time working with Linda as she is fairly new to the position. It was a real pleasure!
Please be sure to stop back next time when I can finally give you a closer look at my vegetable bin in all of its upcycled glory.