Pink Saturday in my Studio
For this week's Pink Saturday post, I will show you a pink shelf in my studio. The walls of my studio are pale pink with pale green accent wall. I love the colors. They remind me of springtime. I love to create here. This shelf began it's life as one of my thrifted items. I think it originally was designed for a bathroom. When I found it, it had dark wood stain and the top compartment had a mirrored door. I could see possibilities and purchased it. My DH removed the ugly mirrored door and the pressed wood back panel. I then painted it this lovely pink. I use the shelf for ribbon and to display treasured items.
These old wooden spools on a vintage spool holder were a gift from my California Sister.
This cute little pin cushion is a gift from my Arizona sister. I use it to hold sewing machine needles.
This candle and holder were gifts from my beautiful granddaughters. It is part of a set that also included a lovely heart shaped wire basket. The basket sits on my desk and holds ATCs.
I found this lovely lady at the thrift store for 75 cents. She is ceramic and was the perfect color for my studio. I think she is handpainted.
Tag book made at a wonderful little scrapbook store Devine Memories. They recently closed.
This is one of my favorite altered books. I made it at a class at Mystic Paper (a lovely scrapbook store in downtown Mesa). The class was taught by Susan Johnson. Susan is a local artist and I love her classes. I was lucky enough to have Susan design an altered book for my 60th birthday party.
Hope you enjoyed seeing my Pink Shelf and it's treasures.
For more Pink Saturday post visit Beverly's How Sweet the Sound. Beverly is the hostess for Pink Saturday. I'm sure you will enjoy her blog. You will also want to visit the Bunny Cottage to see a great pink collection and a prayer for Haiti and it's people.
Please continue to pray and support the people of Haiti as they begin the long and difficult process of recovery.