I’m working on a written tour of my studio that Postmark’d Art will publish next month as part of it’s First Friday series.  Check out Suzanna Bond’s tour for a taste of what this series is about.

In preparation I snapped quite a few photos of my work digs. This one prompted a recent question:

How can I have this many beads — notice that you can see less than half of each drawer! — and still not have the ones I needed for my last project?! It’s one of life’s deep mysteries. I’m off to buy more beads.

7 replies
  1. patsymonk
    patsymonk says:

    note was blank 😕 oh, not blank, so far to the right, it was hiding :/ p ps… “The news isn’t that fruits and vegetables are good for you. It’s that they are so good for you that they could save your life.”

    Choose to be healthier!

  2. vivian helena Aumond-Capone
    vivian helena Aumond-Capone says:

    I understand the need to buy beads… Mine are in tubes, and baggies. I like your little round containers… I am trying to stay away from fabric, and bead stores… and use what I have. But I have bolts of PFD fabric, so I am never without!

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      We are on the same page Vivian. I buy bolts of white fabric so I’m ready whenever the sun print whim hits.

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      You’ve got me there. Collections in general can be challenging. We love what we have but we have to take care that they don’t take over the house.

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