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Making Room for Art When You Have No Studio

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Teacher

Rebecca Humphreys

Price

Free

Amount of students

349

Start date

Self-Paced

On-demand video

0 hours

Downloadable resources

6

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Great teacher and beginner friendly (%12)
Easy and useful (%11)
Helpful material and exercises (%9)
Simple, practical and complete (%9)
Informative and hard to pass (%8)

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practical (3)
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Content

1. Hello! 1:45

2. The Handy Stash 5:17

3. The Box Stash 5:07

4. Box Stash Set Ideas 2:47

5. For the Kiddos 1:45

6. Your Turn! 1:17

Overview

Learn how to carve out your own creative space no matter how much room you have . Not all of us have the room for an art studio and can struggle with the juggle daily life vs. creating art . In this class, you’ll find some great ways to organize your art supplies so they can be more userfriendly .

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My studio is a 3 tiers trolley (not a box though) where I put all my needle felting tools and materials. I definitely have a very small space and a lot of art supplies. Thank you so much for the really useful advice and the inspiration it has brought!!! wow and wow! amazing class! loved the idea of box stash. Rebecca has a way, a gentle easy to listen to way of getting you motivated to just get busy making art and having fun.

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Such simple ideas, and yet none of it ever occurred to me...? I have had that overwhelming paralysis which has stopped me from creating because I had too much stuff and didn't know where to begin, so I just didn't do anything. It was hard to narrow down drawing tools though: 3 types of gold pens, 3 types of white pens. It can feel overwhelming and sometimes having too many options at my fingertips has a stifling effect.

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