Let's take a peek inside.This train case has a great divided tray on the top which holds some of my favorite things, while the bottom is very roomy for larger, more practical items.A mirrored lid with a favorite vintage postcard, a Birthday Tag made by my Best Friend and my logo tag, TLu Creations.I lined each section of the tray with vintage hankies.Filled each section with current project items.As the Queen of Bird Tags, I always have a few laying around if I need to make a quick tag for something.Here is the inside of the traincase and I have lined it with a cute button fabric to protect the original lining. Now that you have seen my portable studio and what I am carrying inside, I can now tell you where I am planning to take this repurposed piece of luggage. This will go with me when I work my 2 days a month at the Carriage House. The Carriage House is an Antique and Gifts store that I have a booth at. We each take a day a month to work the shop. Here is a recent picture of my booth.I work this Wednesday and I will be taking supplies along to work on some gifts for my friends...Of course this would never qualify as a studio of any kind if there wasn't a little bit of glitter around!
Many thanks, Phyllis for creating the challenge and for asking me to join in. I had great fun showing you my little Studio on the Go. Go check out the other bloggers participating in the Challenge and then go get your portable studio together. Have Studio, will craft!