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Jo's Favorite Things :
Do you ever wonder what Jo’s favorite things are? Let’s take a look inside the mind of a creative genius and inside one of her favorite pastimes…reading, or in this case books. There are so many different ways to look at books.
As you can see, books are for so much more than reading. How do you like to display your favorite works of literature?
Each week we feature favorite items from your studio. And sometimes it is hard to choose just one. That is the case when it comes to Cindy Ann. She sent me so many lovely photos of items in her studio, I couldn’t just feature one. So I chose three. And you’ll see why when you look at these books, ornaments, and lights.
All photos courtesy of Cindy Ann
“I love my books. They are a great source of inspiration and taking a moment to thumb through them is always a great way of jumpstarting my creativity.”
“I have my inspirational ornaments hung all around my studio as little reminders to what I’m doing this all for – to dream and live a beautiful life.”
“I needed to warm up the place a bit so I picked up some chinese lantern style lights and hung them in a group from the celling. “
We want to feature the items you love. And if you want to be featured we’d adore hearing from you:
***We would love to feature your favorite item in your studio, craft room, office, or workspace. Email wherewomencreatesm @ gmail.com with the following items:
High Quality Image of your item
Web address to link to
Brief reason of why that item is your favorite.
Where Women Create Quotes :
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We all know that books are great for expanding our mind through reading, but have you ever thought of decorating your workspace with them? There are so many creative and beautiful ways to up-cycle or re-purpose books for use in your decor. I always knew books were great for the imagination.
Have you ever used a book for more than reading?