And a very happy What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday to you all. Gosh, but the week has sped by for me ... how has it been for you? I've been busy on the cardmaking front, most of which have been posted throughout the week, but now I'm on to something entirely different.
I've been researching the family history for quite a number of years now, have amassed a huge amount of paper and files on the subject, including birth, marriage and death certificates and census records, and it's all needing sorted out which explains the piles of the stuff on my desk.
The book you can see on my desk has proved to be very useful in suggesting how I can go about creating scrap pages with journaling that includes much of the information I've gleaned in my research.
You can also see my first attempts at crocheting flowers ... they use up very little yarn and crochet up very quickly. Apart from using them on cards and scrap pages, I might also make some to sew on the bed throw I'm crocheting for my little granddaughter - it could like quite pretty with a scattering of flowers over it.
So that's what's on my desk this week ... for anyone who still hasn't discovered WOYWW, I suggest you pop along to Julia's at Stamping Ground - just click the WOYWW icon on the sidebar here to be whisked over - where she will introduce you to how you can enjoy the vicarious delights to be got from snooping at the desks of a great many crafters from around the world.
I'm keeping it brief again, so I'll wish you all a lovely day. As usual, I'll be attempting to visit as many of you as possible today, and throughout the rest of the week. Unfortunately, I haven't managed to visit everybody every week ... I always seem to run out of week long before I run out of WOYWWers to visit :( That doesn't stop me trying though, so hope to see you soon :)