Cleaning my “craft” room has been on my to do list for some time. And I have, only to watch it rapidly slip back into the junky abyss.
It was my craft room, then it was a nursery (kinda) and now it’s my “office”. It’s a place where I store my ever growing “inventory”, take my product shots, package my sold items, store all my craft stuff and maybe possibly one day create something. It is a tee-niney room. I am sharing these photos in an effort to motivate me to organize so that I won’t have to constantly declutter. I need to set up systems so I can walk in, ready to work, and not have to play a crazy version of Thrift Store Twister.
I am starting to understand just how important good natural lightening is to a photograph. I need to sign up for a course, quickly.
So what do you think of the antlers? They are vintage, really really vintage. I got them at an estate sale. I initially planned to sell them in the shop but decided against after reading these words from buygail on etsy, “My point is here that if you do not do your homework in regards to what is legal in taxidermy you could find yourself in hot water with the feds.” Cool, I’m out.
They are kind of growing on me though. You saw that coming, right?
And I don’t want to talk smack about anyone but I paid someone to do my Majaba advertisement, not much but payment was tendered. I am not pleased with it. I am embarrassed to say it did not occur to me to make my own damn ad. Until tonight, that is.
So I have written to the folks at Majaba and hopefully they will switch it out. If you have an Etsy shop and you haven’t heard of Majaba, check it out. It’s the stats you crave, another chain from your heart to the computer, it’s GREAT!
And for the record, yes. YES! Yes, I just might be the last person to make embroidery hoop fabric circles to hang on the walls. But I’m just going to crank up my boom box so I can’t hear your mockery.