When working with polymer clay, it’s wonderful to have your own dedicated workspace. For many, it’s the corner of a bedroom or dining room. Others have dedicated rooms or even spaces outside the home. There are common features in all studios, such as storage, a work area, and meaningful decor. We can learn a lot by exploring the solutions that others have found for these common challenges. Here are some workspaces and polymer clay studios that fellow makers have shared on social media. Enjoy!
Here are some great “before and afters” that will inspire those of us who are looking to clean up our studio (let’s face it, our workspaces can go from clean to chaotic faster than we’d like to admit), or for those looking to make a new workspace.
Looking for a way to store your clay? Check out these great storage solutions from these makers.
And of course, my studio has had some TLC recently, too, with a complete overhaul. You can see the before and after pictures here. Blue Bottle Insiders can enjoy an in-depth video tour and an explanation of the design and furniture choices that I used. If you’re doing a studio overhaul, you’ll want to become an Insider so you don’t miss the deeper dive!
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The link to download these free printable polymer clay inventory sheets will be in your welcome email when you sign up for emails from Ginger. Twice a month or so. Always interesting polymer info!
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