Evan thinks it should be the studiffice, but I can never remember how to pronounce that. So stoffice it is! I feel so lucky to have this room--a little space to make things. And I get to share it with Evan's 'man corner' (the computer desk...), which means that at night while Evan's doing man stuff (paying the bills...), we can still hang out together. I know! It's just a treasure of a room.
I was going to leave this wall blank, but as it turns out, I can't leave walls blank. So I dug through Evan's map box and picked out the *prettiest* maps to hang up instead. Evan was concerned because according to him, I picked some really lame (but pretty!) map locations to hang up, but really, I don't think they'll be there forever.
I had one of Evan's pictures printed on a canvas last Christmas and I don't think I've ever showed it off before. He took this with our crappy point-and-shoot-camera early one morning in the Wind River mountains. No fancy equipment or anything. I know! Amazing! We had another one made up of a different photo but it's hanging in our room.
For my birthday this year I got a drafting table/drafting lamp/drafting chair. It was Evan's idea and I thought it was such a good one! Evan is kind of my number one fan--he is sooo supportive of my creative endeavors. Whenever we have people over he insists on the complete Holly Art Tour (it can be rather exhausting!) because sometimes I can be a little bit shy about all the stuff I make. And when I happen to be taking a painting break he kindly suggests that it might be time to go on an art store shopping spree. It really is so sweet. And finally having a *real* setup is super exciting. Now I just need to use it haha!
And if you're wondering where all the supplies are hiding...
aaaaaaand here. I like it because some craft supplies just weren't meant to be organized. So it's nice to hide them instead :)
This is my little sewing corner and so far I don't miss having a gigantic table to work on. We found this awesome sewing table at a yard sale shortly after moving here. There is a real live sewing machine living inside of it! Proof:
(also, there is captured proof of my list problem above....)