I think I managed a full house last week! At least, there were one or two links I couldn't make work, but other than that... so I'm feeling pretty pleased with myself! I can't promise the same this week, but I'll do my best.
Anyone baffled by my opening statement has clearly never played along with What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday, hosted each week by the lovely Julia Dunnit over at the Stamping Ground.
Make your way there as fast as possible for every Nosy-Parker's favourite blog hop as we ogle the craft desks of the world...
I'm still in my temporary accommodation with my travelling stash. Last week you saw my lovely early Christmas present - the fabulous Tim Holtz cargo case.
What you didn't see was some of the stuff which replaced clothes in the suitcase (got to get your priorities right, you know). So I've included these two pictures of the shelves just by the work table.
Lots of lace, and ribbons, and spare sponges, and tapes, and string, and masks, and doilies, and die-cuts bought from ebay, and even an old book for tearing up on one shelf (no, I didn't bring the glass decanter)...
... and lots of stamps on another shelf (nor did I bring the telephone!).
And on the table itself - well, I've just cleared up all the mess from the projects I completed at the weekend, which you'll see over the next couple of days (even later today, perhaps, if I get my act together).
There are a couple of tags where I've been experimenting with the PaperArtsy crackle glaze, and my Thankful Heart which some of you will already have seen in close-up. And the turquoise tag was just where I used up some leftover paint (which gives you a clue to the colours you'll be seeing in the next couple of posts), and tried out a new music stamp. Just trying on the flower wreath for size...
Lovely to have you stop by today, and I'll be using my lunch and supper breaks again to try to visit as many desks as possible. For now, happy crafting and happy WOYWW!
You want to be a bit compulsive in your art or craft or whatever you do.
Yes, I daresay... but compulsive crafting leads to complicated packing!