Usually, I make crafts at a little rickety table that has seen better days, out in the weather. I deserve a dry spot to paint in, and use for my crafting.
A lean to off an existing shed, somewhere out of the rain, where I can leave all my junk while it's drying, or while I wait to find that just perfect little gizmo. It's right outside the storage area, where I keep all my craft supplies.
I'm not asking for much - it doesn't even need a floor, just a flat area that doesn't mind getting paint on it, or when I splash the vinegar mix that I use as stain.
It does need good light - daylight is essential, and has to have a roof to protect me from the rain - rainy days are perfect for crafting.
Now, I am just steps away from the phone, the house and my collection of rusty junk. I can age boards, weather tin cans, or put together topiaries and junky animals for garden art and porch decor.
In days gone by I could make the trek to the greenhouse to do my hand painted signs, or put together some terracotta fairy gardens, but with my disability, that's out of reach now. I like to be close at hand to all I need, and the Breezeway Studio does all that and more.
I love seeing a plan come together, and this was so quick in a place that I could work to my hearts content on the crafts that I love to do. I bet I'll get lots done here!