First Look At My Epic Treehouse Studio

My Epic Treehouse Studio - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #772: Unfortunately the cherry blossoms weren’t out yet, but as you will see, I simply could not wait any longer to share this.

Finally I get to share a surprise with you that I’ve been keeping secret for quite some time… my epic treehouse art studio! Ever dreamed of having your creative space way up in a cherry tree? I always have! And now my dream has come true. You will need to watch today’s video to see what I am talking about.

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  1. What fun! That was so cute Cindy; great idea Doug. Happy April Fool’s Day everyone and Happy Spring! I was just looking at my first two cherry blossoms on the tree outside the kitchen window. Your studio is looking fantastic.

  2. I had been wondering what you would do for April Fool’s Day since it wasn’t on a Friday or Monday. Love the treehouse, even if it isn’t your studio!

  3. I was thinking how in the world did she fit everything in a tree house when I know you had said that your new studio was in Willow’s bedroom! ? Good one Cindy Lietz you totally got me!!!

  4. That was a really cute April Fools joke. I wondered what you were going to set up for us this year. It’s too bad you didn’t show the inside of the treehouse at the end of your confession. Would of love to have seen it. Happy Spring!

    • That would have been a good idea Dixie Ann… though it was too hard to get back far enough to film because it is so small. It is about 5 feet across and 7 feet long. About the size of a OK sized closet! :)

  5. LOVE the magical space enhancement! You must have pull in the land of Polymer Clay magic, being able to fold space like that.

    I, too, would have liked to see the inside of the real tree house at the end. Is that REALLY a cherry tree? I didn’t realize they grew so large.

    Good one.

    • It really is a cherry tree and it was much taller when we came here. Doug took out the center trunk and trimmed the top way back when he built this thing. It is quite pretty when you’re standing on the tiny deck, when the tree is in full bloom!

  6. Hahaha! I was a little confused until you started up the steps, then I remembered what day it was! Good one, Cindy!

  7. I was looking forward to what surprise you had in mind for us. Good one.
    BTW I really like the ” Anne of Green Gables” look. Really fits in with the treehouse ;-)

    • Haha, when you watch it again you can see how bad we were at hiding it. You can see the inside of the house walls and the April Fools sign, way before I say April Fools!. I was surprised that anyone feel for it at all! :)

  8. You got me too!!!!! I was like are you sure that’s not the TARDIS cause it’s bigger on the inside! Well played Cindy, well played!

  9. Too funny! You got me! If I was you, I would use the tree house as a mini studio! Or a Thinkin’ place!

  10. Dear Cindy and Doug,
    I totally fell for the April fools gag.
    Lmao. The tree house is pretty great,
    and so is the new studio. Can’t wait
    to see the tour when it is completed.
    Best regards. :)

  11. Got Me! with the April Fool….. but did you??? Have you sparked an idea??? I think you have!

  12. I just watched the April Fool video. I was fooled. But how cool it would be to have a studio in a tree house. I would love it. I think this was the best one so far.

    • I know, it sure would be cool to have a studio in a treehouse! In the summer when I can have my windows open, the cherry tree’s branches come up fairly close to my window, so I could pretend I was in the tree instead of just looking at it! :)

  13. Oh, I’m really gullible! Believed it all! Was thinking it wouldn’t do for me going up and downstairs all the time.

  14. what a delightful performance……………..I was actually thinking while it is a delight, practical it will not be lifting supplies ex ex, so thanks for the smile

    • Yeah I know right? Not only that but it would have been impossible actually, to bring in my cabinets and tables into the tree house. The hole in the floor I came up through is only about 1.5 feet square and even if we hauled it up over the railing, the door is just barely wider than my shoulders. Just one of my workbenches would cover the entire floor plan and I have three… so yeah, it wouldn’t be practical at all! :)

  15. Hi! Your tree house is really cute. It must be incredible to work there. Where can I get a storage set like yours? What’s the manufacturer of that?

    Thank you very much in advance.

    Kind regards,


    • Hi Raquel, I guess you didn’t get to the end of the video? I really don’t have a studio in a treehouse… it was an April Fools joke. My actual studio (the one you saw) is in my daughter’s old bedroom in our house. :)

      As far as the storage goes, I got mine in Canada but here is a link to the same kind of drawers on Amazon.

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