Jul 232012
 

While Iowa lawns and fields have been scorched during high-90s and 100+ temperatures, I’ve been buried in paper (literally) inside my air-conditioned paper crafting studio. A little over a month ago, I ordered a lovely new desk from Pottery Barn and was thankful to learn it would take several weeks to get to me. A delayed delivery may not sound like a reason to celebrate, but you didn’t see what my paper crafting room looked like a few weeks ago. Embarrassing, to say the least! In any event, the desk has now arrived, and the room is tidier than I’ve ever seen it. In fact, I’m not sure it even belongs to me. Take a look now, since it won’t last! I am, after all, the Queen of Piles.

Meanwhile, I’ve fallen behind in thanking the Etsy curators who included my handmade items in their Treasuries while I was involved in my clean-up project. Please take the time to visit their shops by clicking on the Treasury below that will take you to their individual handmade items. Thank you again, everyone!

© 2012 Judy Nolan. All rights reserved.

 

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5 comments on “Monday’s Treasury Showcase (following the clean-up of a century)

  1. Your clean studio looks great! “Queen of Piles”…I’m right there with you!

  2. Nancy on said:

    Beautimous! I love what you’ve done with that shelf area! Nothing like a new piece of furniture to motivate you to clean up some! Can’t wait to see what it looks like…and hopefully you can keep it that way until you get the new desk:)

  3. Kaili on said:

    Wow, it looks great! Nice work 🙂

  4. Rose on said:

    Congrats on all of the treasury features! Beautiful thank you collection.

  5. Fabric Fascination on said:

    Your studio looks great Judy. I have piles of fabric all over my 6 ft sewing table.

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