12.07.2016

WOYWW # 392

Happy Wednesday Peeps, if you'd like to play along with us the link up starts here at Miss Julia's blog.

 So, I am not so sure I have ever shown this from this far out of the view of the row of tables and carts. This metal rolling cart was a yard sale find (years ago) and it just has piles on it, and normally the embossing folders ( multiple baskets) were covered up with an old towel (dust catchers) and then there would be you know 2 or 3 inches of either new cardstock purchases not put away or recent (big) scraps again not put away on top of that towel so, I would have to pick it all up and move it across the room to access the folders. ( so, I hardly ever use mine) and on Black Friday I did go into Micheal's because, hubs had to go to the sporting goods store in the same shopping center.., and I came home with that long skinny metal basket ( and a second smaller one two shots down) and I seriously cleaned for reals this time since the last time you stopped by...


 This is still the small scraps pile but, it also holds that plastic su box of stamped sentiments not die cut, and some work in progress. this wooden tray was a yard sale find years ago and used to sit front and center on the table with pockets of die cut sentiments and colored images in it. I am still making personal for me to give away Christmas cards, I don't mind the last minute-ness of it because, you know its not a rush thing. and Its only 13 degrees out side right now so, its easier to stay in and make snow covered things at this time of the year mentally I guess. That tree die is a recent Simon Says Stamp black friday happy mail that arrived.

 but, in its old place is the new smaller metal basket with ( more pockets of stuff and work in progress) those are inside of those Sizzix plastic envelopes dies come in. ( I move my dies to magnet sheets and the generic Amazon version plastic pockets. so they are all the same)

Off to the left some of the black friday online shopping has started to arrive. I have loved these teeny tiny stamps from Hero Arts since the first time I seen them and I thought, no you really don't need them... but, I caved as you can see and got them all at once. and the hearts that they were donating sales funds from to the charity that are not in the stores yet. I did end up playing with these right after I shot this photo so, the table this morning actually looks like this...

another recent happy mail thing is this pad of grid paper on the cutting pad, so far that is working really nice to not have to dig for a scrap to stamp off on and the cushion factor has made a difference too.
Thanks for stopping by, I will be mostly making the rounds from work as we are working on the house on the weekends.

6 comments:

Sharon Madson said...

I think we posted at the same time! We must be on simalar schedules, or thought waves every week! Love your yardsale finds and your items from Black Friday at Michaels. And, you will fill everything up as you get more items like the Hero Arts stamps. :) We just keep spending on new items and then buying more organizational items to put them all in! When does it all end? Happy WOYWW! #24

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Wow, you've got a great hail of lovely new stash there - the hearts are really pretty!
Hugs, LLJ 7 xxx

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Stacy, love the shots. Great idea with the Sizzix die packets, thank you. I store my dies on magnetic sheets, in pockets, and have all the wallets in a drawer. Going to be copying your idea! Are the Amazon generic pockets like the Avery Elle ones? They are so hard to get over here.Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #4 xxx

Anne said...

Lots of lovely stuff to play with. Have fun. Anne x #16

Sharon Koole said...

Nice desk shots. Lots of goodies around but everything looks like it has its place - which is more than be said for my room! Love the Black Friday goodies. Always good to treat yourself lol.

Have a great week
Sharon K #21

Angela Radford said...

Hi Stacy, nice new stuff to play with there. Happy woyww and wishing you a great crafty week, Angela x 14