Fall is finally arriving in southern Arizona if you go by the temperatures. It's getting cooler and I have had the furnace checked to be sure it's ready for winter. But today I'm going to share my desk and some cards from last week's desk for this What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday. This fun tour of desks is put together but head desker Julia at the Stamping Ground. When you head over there from here you can click on her What is WOYWW? button and find out more about the desk hop.
I saved my picture a bit bigger but if you click on it, it should open up quite a bit bigger. This is yesterday afternoon's project - cards for my team (I'll share them at a later date but the completed one is right in front of the red Cricut). My desk is a mess with another project on the far right - wooden boxes primed for painting (1 under my ATG adhesive roller and 1 on the base of my Amaze machine with a stamp set in it). I hope to have the cards done this morning then work on the boxes as I need to get that stamp set back to its owner.
Since last week I've completed 2 sets of a dozen Christmas cards to try and sell. They are NOT cheap like the boxed cards one can purchase at the big box stores. There's a LOT of work involved which many just can't understand as many think handmade should be cheap. NOT!
I used a snowflake embossing folder for the background and Fun Stampers Journey stamps, inks, embellishments.
I found some sparkly embossing powder in one of my drawers and it might have to be tossed (it's over 10 years old). It barely sparkles or sticks. But it works at this times and does look very pretty in real life.
Please head over to the Stamping Ground and check out the links for the other desks on review. There will be links added all day so you may want to check back.
And may all of you have a very blessed and wonderful Thanksgiving celebration!