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Mi Pequeñito Estudio (My Tiny Studio)

For many years I’ve been making ceramics, jewelry, sewing, painting and other creative projects from our dining room. It was called my craft room. We were surprised to see a small space (5 ½’ x 13 ½’) in the garage of our new house that had been created to be a recording studio by the house’s previous owners.

It took a week of scraping glue and foam off the walls, filling holes on the walls and floor, new trim, and lots of left over paint from other projects in the house. Almost all the furniture was either found (Recall my hunt for the perfect chair?) or I made it, mostly with wood left after other projects. I am oh sooooooo very happy!!!!


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