Wednesday, 8 July 2009

where there was mess

it's great to have a tiny bit of time to get things done in what is turning out to be the longest house and studio move in the history of disordered artists - but don't let these pictures of ultra organisation fool you, there are plenty of piles of mess to be dealt with.















10 comments:

ArtSparker said...

Glorious tins!

Anne said...

Moving your crafty stash can be very time consuming! Not only does it seem to multiply like rabbits in the process of digging it all out to move it, you also get so distracted by all that beautiful potential! Good luck! :-)

notmassproduced said...

Thanks artsparker - i like them too :o)

anne - you are sooooooooooo right

oldflowers4me said...

oh -your playing house....

3rdEyeMuse said...

I have a feeling the results will be well worth the effort!

Jeane said...

you created little oasis in the middle of chaos - wonderful

Inside the Cabinet of Wonder said...

i love your tins! :)
well, i am not sure what sort of job i want in the end...something arty.
but at the moment, i am trying to get a summer job...but there is nothing about!!! which is quite annoying.
hope you are well.
xx

Karin Bartimole said...

Thanks for your visit - I'm so glad you came by, because visiting here has put a huge smile on my face! I can completely relate...
Though it wasn't a move, 2 years have passed since some repairs, plaster/painting, and supposed organizing were started in our home and we are still not completely resettled! I have yet to rehang some art, and my husband is actually repainting some of the shoddy work done as I type! I've learned selective blindness...
love your giant yellow plug - what a hoot!

Chris said...

Do you not LOVE those tins?

oh, i see someone else already said this.


I LOVE those shelves the tins are on!

lynne h said...

kate! this is *awfully neat*! did some of my virgo swim across the pond? ; )

very nice... and i sure do love the tins...

xo