ideas for storage for the creative entrepreneur… use your creativity to come up with workable solutions for your family’s back door storage issues…a little paint, a few baskets, some colorful labels and you are home free…here are a few visuals to spark your creative imagination:
Creative entrepreneurs Carol Leonesio of Paint it! & Susan Siefer of MadPatter Production team up to show how they create beautiful foiled wall panels in their Lawrence MA art studio.
Do you remember the movie “Pay it Forward”? I love its message: if you help someone in some way and ask only for that person to help someone else (pay it forward), a beautiful flow of heartfelt energy will eventually circle the world. Idealistic? Perhaps.
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I had so much fun designing what was to go into each room. I designed the wall finishes, chose all the fabrics for window treatments, chairs and pillows and chose most of the artwork. I would offer the kids several selections and they always agreed on what they wanted.
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Over the past year or so, my inspirations, like the economy, have been slow to come. Yet, I have good news for you all…I have become inspired again, so maybe the economy is going to follow suit.
Connie’s plan was to apply a variation of a finish, which she calls, the “Veranda” finish. It is her version of a finish she saw on the cover of an issue of Veranda magazine, which she successfully duplicated it in the studio.
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