Wednesday... again? Wasn't it Wednesday just a few days ago? It does seem that the days are passing quickly. But soon they will begin to drag for me as I prepare to head to Wyoming to see our son, his wife, our grandson, our granddaughter and her husband, and our 2 great grandsons. Seems when you're looking forward to something like that time starts to drag on and on. But today is a special day. It's WHAT'S ON YOUR WORKDESK WEDNESDAY. Yep, you get the opportunity to view my desk in whatever shape it happens to be in. And you also get to view desks all over Europe and the U.S.! This fun blog hop is organized by head desker Julia at the Stamping Ground.
I'm starting a project of either birthday cards (2 birthdays first few days of May) or maybe Mother's Day. I send M D cards to our daughter, daughters-in-law, and oldest granddaughter. I do get a bit sad when making these as I don't make one for my mom anymore as she passed in June of 2014. But I get happy thinking about those I do send to. Kinda strange to go both directions in emotions like that.
Oh, I need to tell you about my desk... Far left is a set of Heart dies with the smallest on a piece of card stock in the center of my desk. To the right are my tools (scissors, creaser, Bloom Tool (similar to Spellbinders Tool-in-One) and ATG adhesive gun. Yes, I'm busy.
Last week was our daughter-in-law's birthday and she is so hard to buy for. I found a fun sign at Hobby Lobby that I altered a bit. Her and our son built a large patio in their back yard that prompted this purchase.
I didn't see a sign about a patio so I got this. I added 2 different colors of Stickles to embellish the sign.
Hubby thought this was great. I think it's a bit corny but I did make her a nice card.
I used stamps and paper that is in our Spring into Summer mini catalog. A bit of Glaze to give the lemonade and lemons a shine and it turned out just like I wanted.
Ok, yeah, I know, my post is a bit long this week. But now you're at the end and please head over to the Stamping Ground to get to the links to all willing to show you their work areas. Grab your favorite beverage as the list of deskers is growing!