Basement Studio Transformation

My husband and I purchased our first home in November of 2008 and we are fortunate enough to have found a home with a finished quarter basement. It was built in 1930 and the previous owners turned the basement into a second TV room/laundry room. When we moved in, we went back and forth about what we wanted to use the basement for and settled on the idea of a studio/office for my work. I currently have a lot of paper supplies and tools, etc. in our second bedroom and the basement is a perfect place for us to turn into a studio and permanent home for my invitation work. We kept the space relatively empty over the past year with the intention of transforming it into a studio so it is almost a clean slate. We started work to transform the space and I will continue to add pictures as the studio progresses. I hope to have the project complete before summer time.

Here is a picture of the basement from the top of the stairs. While I was cleaning the room up, I did fall down the stairs. Not fun, so I have to continue to remind myself to be careful on those dang stairs.

Here are pictures from the corner looking into the basement. The wooden doors are what closes the room off from the laundry room. We are in the process of repainting and putting new fabric on the doors to give a fresh modern look the room. I will post an inspiration board to show what style I am going for in the studio soon.

This photo is looking towards the stairs from the other side of the room. We have already repainted the railing.

I found an antique desk with pull out sides for extra table top space at the antique fair under the freeway for $40 and it is already painted. We also painted the walls "Sunny Yellow" and the floor is next.

I can't wait until I have a little more time to keep working on the Studio. Very excited for a space for Sarah-fina work!


Happy Valentines Day!

I like to think of Valentines Day as a day to celebrate love and a time of the year to let your friends and family know that you are thinking of them!

There are so many adorable paper crafts, tokens of love, cards, and sweet treats exchanged during this time of year. Here are a few of my favorites.

X O Necklace

Letterpress Cards

Sweetheart Pops

Red Ruffle Scarf

Valentine's Day Cupcakes by Sara Jensen Hart

Heart Tote Bag

Wishing you all a lovely Valentines Day!


Moroccan Bridal Cocktail

One of my very best friends is getting married in March and two weeks ago we threw her a Moroccan themed bridal cocktail. I had the pleasure of creating her bridal shower invitations and her wedding invitations. Crystal is a fun and stylish girl so the bridesmaids decided to throw her a non-traditional bridal cocktail on a Saturday night. We got dressed up, ate wonderful appetizers, enjoyed cocktails in our festive cocktail favor glasses (created by Crystal's sister and sister-in-law) and had a great evening with good friends all there to celebrate Crystal and Zach's upcoming wedding. The night was a huge success so I though I would share a few pictures.

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