Ah..... Wednesday. A great day to hop around viewing great desks on crafters' desks and get fun ideas and inspiration. This tour is courtesy of Julia D on the Stamping Ground blog. I don't get a lot of looking done but I do enjoy having my coffee or water and taking a little look when I can. Do you remember my horrible closet last week? That picture helped me get it cleaned up and a little organized. But just a little. I did have a couple bags to toss into the trash and recycle bin. I really need to go through the 7 totes and do more sorting and tossing but at least when I'm ready I can get to them!
I have so many craft things to play with that I could open a store!!! Maybe I'll do some blog candy one of these days.... Anyway, top right there is about 7 The Angel Company bags from annual conventions when I was an independent consultant with them. I'm missing 2 bags but I think I know where they are. The red one you see was made by a former angel to hold our catalogs with one in the "cover". Top left are 2 aprons and my Scor-Pal bag. I have 2 shelves loaded with magazines and other craft stuff. Maybe now that I can get to stuff I might play more! But, with all this cleaning my desk got nailed. Need to get it cleaned...
More scraps of paper, punches to be put away, new stamps to play with. Maybe tomorrow it'll look better.
And are you ready to see my last Inside Out card for my May 8 class??
I have the Cheery Lynn Designs chicken wire die and, by golly, I got it to work with the Big Shot! Yahoo! Again I used the Cowlik Birthday stamp set from Hero Arts and Copic markes.
I tried to get close enough that you can see the designs on the wire. If you look close you can.
And it's a birthday card! The text is from a Lawn Fawn set called Happy Everything. I wonder if this class will be a go. I've had 4 classes cancelled but most my "students" have gone back north to their homes. Sure is discouraging to come up with classes but I have to be prepared for 2 a month. Any suggestions for my 2nd May class? And please don't forgot to click on Julia's blog at the top of this post to get to all the links for other desks! It's pretty easy to spend an hour or two looking!