Saturday, 13 September 2014
Post#1 in the WW1 Series 'Where do you create?'
The White With 1 creative team are going to give you a glimpse into where we create our layouts and generally make a mess!.. this is first post in our new series that will be out on the 2nd Friday of each month.
We wanted to give you all a glimpse into our spaces, so from now on, we will be doing just that. It may not be the whole room, it may just be a desk or a well organised cart or even just something cool that we store our goodies in. Every month will be different and will be done by a different CT member.
We all love what we do, but don’t always have the space, time or funds to have a gorgeous room all to ourselves! .. as much as we would like to – complete with a lock on the door! Some of us have a table tucked away in the craft/dining room (me!), others have a spot in the sunroom, others use a raskog cart and have to pack up occasionally.
This month we will be showing Janet Bott’s embellishment case. It is chock full of all the goodies that she uses to add lil bits to her layouts. Her style is very much layered and painted. It is her go-to on every layout for that little something extra to make them look completed and yes, its all in colour order – which really is the best way to find everything quickly!
Lots of ‘lil goodies in here from all the best places D-lish scraps, Studio Calico, Polly/Scrappy Canary & Etsy to name a few. All products are generally taken out of their packaging and placed in their colour group.
Yes, that means that it can be harder to remember where something came from – but its better than forgetting that you have it in the first place.
Where do you create? .. what does your space look like? .. why don’t you upload a photo or 2 of your fav part of your space to the ww1 facebook page and share it with everyone else.
Who knows, you just may spark someone’s creativity or see something that would work in your space that has been uploaded by someone else!
Next Month is the amazing Natalie May's turn, look for her WW1 blog post on the 10th of October!