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Old 2014-06-27, 11:33am
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Default Let's Get Organized: Ideas for a Studio Workspace

Have you ever heard the saying, “Organized people are just too lazy to look for things”? Well, let’s be lazy together! Here are some helpful ideas for organizing the clunky shaped tools and supplies necessary for flameworking:

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http://dragonflylampworks.blogspot.c...organized.html

Thanks for (virtually) stopping by to visit my studio I hope some of the ideas come in handy in your special space. I would love to see your organizational ideas!

Happy Beading,
Heather

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Old 2014-06-27, 4:12pm
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I work for an ergonomic furniture company and have some our products that will getting arranged in the next rew weeks. I post when it's done
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Old 2014-06-27, 9:08pm
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That is an amazing studio! It's so..clean and minimalist.

Mine is ummm....well it works for me
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Old 2014-06-28, 2:59am
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Mine is ummm....well it works for me
Same here. Mine has never looked that nice, even after spending many hours on it. But it's lovely, and gives me inspiration (even hope) that someday . . . . . .
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Old 2014-06-28, 10:02am
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It definitely wasn't an overnight set up. Many years of figuring out what works for me and how to organize. Finding and collecting everyday items which work for the studio, then putting them to use. One piece at a time for sure After the a long lampwork session and the kiln is annealing, I take 5 minutes to clean off the workspace and put away glass/tools.

Can't wait to Becky's ergonomic post!
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Old 2014-06-28, 3:21pm
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Wow, Heather. I am so impressed!!! What a beautiful and nest studio. Lydia
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Old 2014-06-29, 8:43am
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I had these shelfs made to keep all my frit and presses up off my bench top, so I have much more working space. I LOVE them!

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Old 2014-06-29, 9:03am
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Love the shelves Wendy, great idea
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Old 2014-06-29, 2:09pm
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Fabulous Shelves! Love how the labels on the presses are in full view. Deep enough for storage, but without the bulk. Thanks for sharing Wendy!
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Old 2014-06-30, 11:34am
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I was very pleased with the way they tuned out!


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