Good Morning crafters, friends, bloggers and WOYWWers ...
... in fact, good morning everyone!
Wednesday again and time to hop over to our Keeper of the Desks, the inestimable Julia Dunnit, place, the Stamping Ground, and join in the fun that is WOYWW - that's What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday ... and here's what's on my desk this morning.
The beginnings of a snow scene scrap page - the layout of which will be (loosely) based on the sketch on the right. Not that those photos were taken recently ... whilst most of the UK is under snow, my little acre of paradise is distinctly lacking in the white stuff. Oh, it's been snowing alright, but it hasn't lain, so no getting out the toboggan for us. The photos were taken in 1996, Christmas in Massachusetts, and, of course, this is me just getting round to scrapping them now! You might have noticed that the selected papers are not particularly wintry looking - I did spend an inordinate amount of time pulling out papers that were all blues, with snowflakes and all that but they simply did not work with those photographs. However, the red papers did, so red it is ... the page is going into my Christmas album anyway so it should be just fine. To the left is the embellishment tray and at the back are various other bits and bobs, e.g. sequins, gem wheels, a selection of red and green ProMarkers ... it's almost the end of January and I'm in still in full Christmas scrapping mode - go figure!
Right, I'm off now but I'll be back later to check out as many desks as I can ... I'm guessing we are going to see some real snow scenes this week :)
Take care and have a happy WOYWW wherever you are.