Another Wednesday. Are you getting tired of my Wednesday posts? I really enjoy looking at other crafters' desks and projects they either have in the process or completed. And to see some cool organizational ideas. And I want to thank Julia Dunnit at the Stamping Ground for this fun international blog hop! So, are you ready to see my desk??
I'm working again on some cards for samples for a March class. I'm using a new set I just got by Stampendous called Cowlik Birthday. You can sorta see the set at the left of my Score-Pal mat. And there is a stamped image from that set just to the left of my black ink pad under an acrylic block. There is also my Copic marker book to the far left and a couple pieces of the BoBunny paper I'm using. There's also some Glue Dots and some foam mounting tape which I have to purchase often. But I'll show you that stamped image....
We used to farm in northwest Wyoming (70 miles east of Yellowstone Park between Cody and Powell) but we didn't raise animals.... other than cats and a horse. We raised hay and had a great race horse market all across the U.S. and our hay did feed some Kentucky Derby winners one year, about the year 2001. But I digress.... I used a technique from the February/March 2013 Technique Junkies newsletter called Block Fill. I LOVE this!! I do not believe my picture does justice to the image in the least. And I'm not going into details but if you decide to start getting the newsletter just let Pat Huntoon know you heard about TJ from me.
So now that you've read my blog please leave a comment on what you think of my desk (yeah, I know it's a miss) and/or my stamped image (I'll show the complete card shortly) then scroll back up and click on Julia's blog and enjoy the tour! Grab a cuppa coffee or tea and go international!