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March 14, 2014


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I absolutely love it, Susan. It reflects your love of collecting and is full of all the things you love. Perfect!


I LOVE IT...ALL OF IT!!! You did a fantastic job of placing everything you (and I) love. It is absolutely wonderful!
I thought of you the other day when I found another vintage dry soap holder. I now have 2 so maybe it will become my new collection.
Your studio seems to be a lot larger than you say. Mine is about the same size but it looks smaller, I need to knock some holes in the roof... wonder if hubby would notice.
I guess he would when it rains. LOL.


What a beautiful, airy, light filled, work space! So glad to see the tiny sewing machines and the soap box teapots are still there.

laurie magpie ethel

Really amazing and so nice to have a spot like that to work from. Looking forward to more eye candy shots from it!


I love it! It is filled with light, pops of color and charming character. It's so you!!

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley


I want to move in. That is my idea of a studio! Just wonderful, Susan. I love everything about it. I would have a hard time leaving there to make dinner or do the wash.

Colleen Shipler

Well you did it just right, Susan! Beautiful, charming, full of knick-knack collectibles but still airy and uncluttered. You're truly an inspiration to many of us.


I love your new space. A person could spend a long time looking at each item in your room. You have such a nice collection.

Musings from Kim K.

Absolutely love every special detail. You have the best space for your amazing treasures. Happy creating!

Lemon Tree Tami

Great new studio! I like that you've been able to still keep the feel of all your knick-knacks even with your purge. Sometimes I think that makes a collection stronger because you end up keeping the best and the favorites. Have fun in your new space. (Beware of the new skylight fading anything that the light touches. I just recently noticed that our skylight has faded a couple of my dolls on display. But the light is so nice to have.)


It's beautiful! I'm about to embark on creating my own studio out of the room I used to homeschool in . . . this is great inspiration!

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