Happy Easter to all who celebrate! Today I’m so thrilled to have Christine at Flapper Girl share her adorable studio space!!! I’m sure you have seen her around, as she is quite the talented lady. She does graphic design and makes these lovely Lady Ties! Be sure to stop by her shop and sites to learn more about her and what she does. All right, are you ready to peek into her studio?! I thought so!
Hello. My name is Christine, and I spend most of my time either combing through vintage treasures at antique malls, estate sales and thrift stores, or expressing my creativity though sewing and graphic design. I bring these passions together with Flapper Girl, my line of cute, retro, and well-crafted designs that are inspired by fabulous second-hand treasures and life in lovely Portland, Oregon.
Most of what I make these days for Flapper Girl is retro neckwear for women I lovingly refer to as Lady Ties, but I’m a vintage ephemera addict as well, and make paper garlands with vintage flair.
I carved out a tiny space in my apartment for my studio.
3. How long have you had your current studio space?
I’ve had my current studio space since I first started Flapper Girl, but it’s gone through so many changes! It looks nothing like it did when I first created it.
My favorite things about my studio are:
• My vintage pink Morse sewing machine. It is so cute and is such a workhorse! I sew everything on it.
• My small cabinet of vintage ephemera. I get so much inspiration from old things!
• The totally creepy, awesome, and badass framed art print above my sewing table. It’s called “Still life with skull” and is a reprint from an old daguerrotype from 1850. I am so goth at heart, so I really love this print. It was a birthday present from my husband a few years ago.
• My vintage chipmunk lamp which is stationed at my sewing table.
5. Approximately how many hours per day do you spend in your studio?
It depends on the day and what’s going on. I’m also a graphic designer, and I’m finishing up college, so some days I don’t step into it at all, but other days when I have time to create or I am filling orders, I can be in there all day. I’m looking forward to graduating this summer, so I can have more time to spend creating.
6. Do you have any future plans for your studio space?
I dream of having a studio space outside of my home some day. I really like the idea of getting a large space and sharing it with my husband or some of my creative friends.
7. Is there anything else that you’d like to share?
Thank you so much for having me on Studio Sunday RobbieLee 🙂
Oh, you are so welcome and thank you for sharing your lovely work space. I really enjoyed having you and you were a true pleasure to work with! Here are some other places on the web where you can visit and learn more about Christine and her creative talents, be sure to check them out:
Flapper Girl Website: http://flappergirl.
My Graphic Design Website: http://
Etsy Store: http://www.etsy.com/