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Old 03-06-2003, 11:59 AM
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See, I'm not always tidy, here's today's photo, with glass scraps everywhere! Val

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This is great I just love seeing everyones stations, I will post a photo of ours later today, my honey is still in bed and I have to go through the room to go upstairs to take any pictures, but it is good to know that not everyone has the cleanest tables. I don't know how you all with clean stations can keep it that way, to much work

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Val... what glass scraps , your table looks spotless to me
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Here is a pic of Bobby's little shop. It is in a 6' x 12' Wells Cargo
enclosed trailer. You can see the computer station front right
[it used to be my torch station but that is on hold for a bit]. The ventilation exhaust fan is on the wall above the torch [just behind the light]. All the lights are for taking pics of the beads for
eBay. It is small but works wonderfully. Bobby loves to hide out in
here. And now she is making me do all the eBay work so she can spend EVEN more time making beads. The one drawback for her is that I always know where to find her! Now that I am doing all her computer work I finally get the computer back and can look at WC!
All the studio pics are great. It is fun seeing how different everyone sets things up.

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Here's my work space. I had problems getting a photo of the entire space because it's so small I couldn't find a position where the camera could get it all. Still have the bow on my vent hood that DH made me for my Birthday



Here's the outside of it...



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Natasha, What a gorgeous little work area...It's beautiful, from the outside it looks like a doll house!!!!
FANTASTIC
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Natasha! that's just the sweetest space...
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I'm moving into Natasha magic cottage. Next time you see it, it will have a mail box with my name on it and a coffee pot.
Girl, that is just too wonderful, tin roof for rain and all.
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Well I am in awe of everyones cool work areas and studio's..mine is our garage.....non connected to the house but right next to...we have yet to get our hoods up above each torch..its on our big thing to do...we have a window in front of where we work and a big garage door in front and another door out the back...two torches set up with a kiln in the middle ...I need to jazz mine up...(kick all other garage stuff out, like kayak's, bikes, motorcycle, lawn mower...etc...heck there is no room for a car LOL) I have always envied those who park in a garage
here is a view from both directions...I just noticed...I have no bead porn on my walls...darn thats what's missing...among a TON of other things. Natasha...I am in love with your little cottage studio...its darling!

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My little slice of heaven:



Larry Scott gave me the suggestion of having a grid on the wall in front of me - it really helps for eyeing the symmetry of a bead. My table is a wooden door that I bought at Home Depot and then put legs on it with flanges and pieces of cut pipe. The top of the surface is covered with a sheet of stainless steel. Works great!

The other photo is of my tool holder. I highly recommend one of these!

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Going back to Kaye's post...How in the world did you ever come up with the term "bead porn?" Nevermind, I don't think I want to know.
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Ok, the "messiest" setup here does not even begin to convey the level of carnage and chaos that is my work table. Ask Kimberly!!!! Maybe I'll take a pic of it this weekend - just for grins! LOL

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Alas...twas not I that came up with the term...

but none other than..................

Lori P...

ha......its pictures of beads you covet and adore...to gaze upon for inspiration...

you know..kinda like the magazines of flesh...but these are pix of glass objects that make our hearts soar and race

Damn...I need a life dont I?
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Oh, how I just LOVE seeing everyone work area, it gives me so many idea's. first one I'm going to do is put a grid on the wall in front of my torch.

Beth, move on in, I can always use another tax deduction

I feel pretty lucky to have such a fun place, when DH said he was going to build a tool shed I begged him to make it a bead shed and the next thing I knew...
He used almost all recycled materials so the cost to build was downright cheap.


Thanks for starting this jacinda
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Our little area of creation, nothing to drool over that is for sure We are moving out of this tiny space in a month and it will be so much better. We will have a view of the garden we are going to be planting. I am so happy that I don't have to look at a blank wall with a big metal tube any more We don't have any thing on the walls to look at, it is quite sad.

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The kiln that is right behind us
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See, I'm not always tidy, here's today's photo, with glass scraps everywhere! Val

Val if you consider this untidy... one of us needs serious help It's probably me... look at this... I'm afraid it's its normal state...



seen from further away



I know it's not pretty... but for some reason I can't create in a tidy environment


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