I had a couple of inches left on top of this cabinet and used it to store my nail polish. My table is the perfect place to do my nails! LOL!
The right side has a bin of canvas art, tons of manila X-ray folders a friend gave me and I use regularly, and then my two older sewing machines (which you can't see for the small things in front.)
Today, be thankful for all that you have and how far you've come. Determine yourself to work with what you have and make it into what you love. Most of all, don't spend all of your time working on your space. Spend it living in and enjoying your space. Now, go on! Make something!
A very special shoutout to my mom for contributing to our joint success in creativity, to my BFF Trish for helping me with the grunt work (including painting those pretty white walls) and listening to me work out my ideas until it was annoying even to me, and to my daughters Ainsley and Sydney for helping me organize and carry supplies up and down the stairs in this process. And last, but not least, to my friend Barbara who shared with me when I had so little and encouraged me every step of the way. I love you girls!
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