Studio Remodel

3 articles tagged as Studio Remodel

So you’ve been waiting for the final studio shots – we’ve almost finished the last of the trim so maybe for a thanksgiving treat on Thursday I’ll be able to post it. For now we’ve got detail shots of some of my favorite areas of the studio, enjoy and have a wonderful Monday! Did I mention we are doing thanksgiving specials in the shop all weekend to officially kick off holiday buying season? Stop by Friday-Monday for some new product and special deals for your gift giving.

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So as soon as it was decided, I have been dreaming about IKEA, the new studio, and SPACE with high ceilings. Sorry to shout, but I really was! Now, no project can be started without good measure of neglected children. One day while hanging drywall, this was the status of Brian’s missing Coke. Baby Charlie, knows his logos, and when he sees that red Coke can he starts screaming hysterically until he gets it in his paws. Thankfully, there was only one can of Coke available that day. Here is the west wall of the garage, and the north (right). Where the wall is, there used to be a garage door. After trying to photoshop this all together, I’ve decided I need to invest in a wide-angle lens for my Canon xSi. That west window was put in when we built the …

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I just had to show you this to kick off Studio Week here at Dingbat Press. For those of you who don’t know much about me, I am a mother, and work from home. For the last 5 years, my studio has been in my basement. We had a designated room, which my first press and love went barely down a flight of stairs to what we thought would be it’s final resting place. Cleopatra : Manufactured by Challenge Machinery Co., model 15MA (manual, knockoff of the Vandercook SP-15). I’m partial to this press, because it doesn’t have those stupid springs that the Vandy has. This baby locks in place ;) But then again I’m a biased mother. Then, the business grew, and the product grew, and the raw goods that I needed on-hand grew, and then I hired employees. Interns became …

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