Wednesday, 29 May 2013
WOYWW - the 4th Anniversary
Afternoon WOYWWers, Followers and All,
Apologies for being so late to the party, almost didn't make it, but this was one celebration it would have pained me to miss!
Yes, time to celebrate this amazing phenomenon that is What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday. When it was instigated four years ago by the equally amazing Julia Dunnit over on the Stamping Ground, I don't think anyone, even Julia herself, could have foreseen or imagined the huge success the weekly snoop fest would become :) I, for one, am immensely grateful to her for the time and effort she puts into organizing WOYWW, not least because of the many friends I have made through being involved. As Julia says, Deskers are nice people.
Right, on to the desk.
Not much to see - just a partly done scrap page. And it may be some time before it's completed too as I'm having to put my feet up, quite literally ... so frustrating! The photo in the layout is of a much younger me with my dad, taken in 1967 - a lifetime ago. I have so few photos of my dad, he died tragically young, that I think it's time I scrapped those I do have. To the left is a pile of paper scraps, ribbon and lace which may or may not be used in the layout. At the back can be seen my TV controls - I listen to the TV while I
play craft - that same photo cropped - I thought of using it on the layout but then rejected it - and a dish with bits and bobs of embellishment, also rejected.
That's the desk this week. All that's left for me to do is to thank Julia once again for making this endlessly fascinating weekly visit to folks desks possible, thank Nikki for providing the fabulous anniversary badges - it was difficult choosing from the selection, they are all lovely, but nice to have the choice - and, finally, to thank all of you who take the time to visit and leave a comment week after week. You are all loved and appreciated by this happy scrapping/crafting blogger :)
Right, I'm ready, I've propped my feet up on a footstool and plan on visiting as many of you as time, and my feet, allow.
Take care and happy crafting,