Sunday, April 3, 2011

Tour of the shop...Part one...

Many of you have never seen inside our studio shop, so I am going to spend a few days giving you the grand tour.

this table is just inside the doors and holds our collection of trunks and cases.

                                                   






Then we have the "bits n bobs" shelves

holding my favourites...Moleskine Journals

Luscious fat quarters


And the infamous pick n mix shelves






The view as you walk in the shop





And then we are going to go down the first wall

Stampers Anonymous...Tim Holtz




Idea-ology





Art Parts


Claudine Helmuth


Dyan's downloads


Dylusions



Wendy Vecchi




Essentials from Ranger




Phew that's the first wall done

Enjoy xx

20 comments:

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Ooh wish I lived closer. I would like to order a set each of those fat quarters on the first material picture. They are not on line. What do I ask for if I call the shop. Fabulous tour, Tracy Evans x. Email tracy@craft-addicts.co.uk.

Angela Weimer said...

Dyan, It was great chatting with you the other day. The shop looks great. Saw some stuff on the your that I missed while in. I will have to begin a list. Have a great weekend. Angela

Bernice said...

I've never looked at the pick n mix. I shall make sure I do in May. Really looking forward to it.

Missusg said...

WOW.. i simply can not imagine even entering such a beautiful store!!
i so badly want to visit someday!

Lynlee said...

OMG-Sorry I live so far away! My heart went pitter-patter with every picture! Thank you :)

Mo said...

Wow, Dyan. Only one word for your shop - scrumpcious! I could spnd weeks there. Not to panic - live in Seattle. How far timewise are you from London? Have to visit my Aunt in Amsterdam in the next 6 months and if I flew over London with a 1-night stop it would be so fun to see all this live. Meanwhile, totally enjoying the tour. Thanks. (Am eagerly awaitng my order of your acrylics.)

Sam said...

OOH! I want to go there and look around in person and touch things! I want to sit in the comfy chair and chose things from the pick and mix bit! Thanks for the tour x

Kate said...

Your shop looks jaw droppingly amazing and I just wouldn't know where to start my shopping, I'd want it all!!!

** Kate **

Sandra Hall said...

Awwww, you've made me feel nostalgic...I wanna come 'home'! x

Miss Marple said...

Oh...why can't your shop be just around MY corner? Well, maybe it is better, because we would have a second morgage by now!
I loved this tour, thank you! - Irma

Zeffy said...

Wow Dylan...I love your shop!! maybe one day i will pay you a visit.....I would love to go to work each day if i worked in such an interesting enviroment!!

Joy said...

I'd like to spend a weekend camping in there! Amazing!
Joy xx

Laura said...

hey hun i have seen your gorgeous shop with my own two eyes and yes i still want to move in, im sure i can sleep on the sofa xxxx

amy said...

Boy o boy I wish you were in the States...really really close to me :)

Kat said...

I am loving your tour,
but it makes me sad because
I feel i'm missing out on such a fab shop, not to mention such cool classes & workshops,
if I lived closer I would definately be an AFTH stalker (lol)
have a grate day,
Kat.

Salamanda's Scrappy Adventures said...

The shop looks wonderful and somewhere I could spend many comfortable hours.

LaceTopDesigns said...

wow! I wished I loved closer you have such a fab selection of goodies! But on the other hand, I'm glad I dont live near you as 1) I would never be out of your shop, and 2) I'd be broke within a few days becasue I would have to buy at least 1 of EVERYTHING! :)

purplecat said...

Wow it looks amazing, wish I could visit!!

Kirsten Alicia said...

That's not a shop, it's a treasure house!!! If you ever consider opening a branch of AFTH PLEASE come down to the South-East!!

Piddawinkle said...

wow :o
amazing, gonna have to plan a trip
up north one day

ps did you really want another bag, as my local has loads still

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