I think everyone needs a place where they can be creative. It doesn’t have to be big or fancy, but a designated and inspiring place you can go to create, journal, dream and design. Although I am looking forward to moving into my new home later this fall, I am super grateful that I have been able to have a place to create above our barn, here at the farm. Without this area, there was no other space inside the farmhouse to do this, as it’s fairly small. Even though it’s not exactly how I want it set up, it sure has been great to have this designated place for Autumn and I to go. She has her play room on one side, and I have my space on the other. She does her school work and music practice in the middle of the room. I am looking forward to posting my new creative space before the end of this year, which I am just now starting to design. But in the meantime, I wanted to share some organizational ideas for any creative space.
You can see how easily just about anything can be utilized to set up a creative space. Remember to think outside the box and to set aside a little time each week to create.
Lastly, it’s penny sales at all the office stores. I’ve had very little extra time lately to do things like this, but I managed to go twice over the last few weeks. Here is what I got on one of my trips to Staples. I think I spent under $10. for everything. The copy paper was .01 with an easy rebate – it really is easy.
Have an amazing day!