A very long time ago I visited a blog that showed snap shots of her desk with links to other people's desks on Wednesday... and I thought that was the neatest thing. That blog is here: I think how people organize their studio and where the create are usually more fun sometimes than seeing the finished art. and I told my self someday when there was more time I would play along but, the thing is I usually make it back upstairs on Thursday and then laugh at my self that I have missed it again... The usual is to start upstairs on Thursdays and pick everything up on Sunday evening but, evidently last Sunday I had the bright idea to stamp a lot of not used much and or recent purchases or even I still have stamps that have never been inked onto scraps and I left a lot of them spread out to dry. I had forgotten about this in the last few days. and so it was a little bit of a surprise to find the mess and then realize its only Wednesday and I did have my camera so here are a couple of shots.
This "desk" is actually and costco folding table set at counter height and under all those stamped sentiments on the left are jello molds filled with bitty brads and do-dad things for cards the pile on the right is stamped sentiments on scraps that will be die cut and used for cards and tags eventually.
so, after these were shot and the lose things were gathered up and put into the pile on the right I did get one card made but, it was totally forced playing with that dunno if you can see it but there is a peachy colored Hero Arts heat embossed heart with a white sentiment label sitting on it behind some lose stamps near the lamp on the right and that became and anniversary card. I have recently finished an challenge of making 100 things in 100 days ( and I'm early the 100 days ends in April sometime I guess) so, I am hoping that since I need more things for an upcoming booth ( in March) that I will be upstairs on Wednesdays more often in the future. and now I am going to go peek at the rest of the blogs linked to on the first one. So, what's on your desk today?