When we arrived to our new home, on the second floor, our furniture wouldn't fit up the stairs. We had to remove the front door. Some more furniture went in. Our head board wouldn't fit no matter what we tried. My husband and son had to remove the railing on the second floor landing and stand on the roof while I prayed (I think out loud, really loud) that they wouldn't fall off while the head board was maneuvered in. This nightmare finished at 8:00 p.m.
Alright then, that's over and now I can't find a thing for a week. I did organize my studio right away and I'm back to work lampworking. Here are some new pictures of my studio and beads I finally listed on Etsy today.
This is a picture of the studio the Saturday after the move. We moved on Thursday and on Friday I added the press on tiles to the top of the counter, cut the trim border and sewed the skirt for the counter. There was a huge Port Salerno Seafood Festival that Saturday that I didn't want to miss since 35,000 people were expected to attend. I think they did, since it was really busy and lots of fun. I have the jewelry displayed at the front of the store and the loose beads towards the back for my beady customers. I've since added a shelf on the wall and some art. I'll have more pictures later.
This is the other side of the room where I work. I had a couple of necklaces displayed there for the festival.
I had some ceramic beads I made the week prior to moving which I hadn't had time to post. I posted all of these this morning on Havana Beads.
Enjoy your day,