So what does every good polymer clay work space need?Â Well besides a work surface, tools, lighting and storage, one essential element to a creative space in an inspiration board!
What is this?Â It’s a place to hang things that inspire you, whether it’s magazine clippings, photos, postcards, fabrics, trinkets and notions, anything that makes your creative heart flutter is a candidate for your inspiration board.Â An inspiration board can be something as simple as a corkboard to a stylish frame, like the tutorial featured here.Â Check out the cool links at the bottom of that tutorial for more inspiration board links.
In my studio I have a very large frame above my clay table with foam core board in the middle.Â I need to fill that up this weekend for a daily dose of inspiration!Â I’ll share the results on Monday.
Pictured are my husband Jesse’s inspiration shelves, he is sculptor and couldn’t be limited by a board!
[tags]polymer clay, inspiration boards, studio spaces, creativity [/tags]