A very late hello to you all,
I've been happily pottering away in the craft space, completely forgetting what day it was! In fact, it was something the EM said that reminded me. And for anyone not in the know, Wednesday is the day a great many crafters around the world reveal the state of their workdesk, aided and abetted by Head of Desks, Julia, at Stamping Ground - join in by clicking here.
I was in the middle of making a recycled Christmas card for a challenge when I remembered to take a photograph. In the middle there's the stamp and ink pad I've been using. The pile on the right is made up of fronts cut from old commercially bought cards received in previous years ... can't bear to throw them away :)
On the left is the most recent copy of Scrap 365 lying under a scrap page layout from Shimmelle.com which I plan to use sometime. It came in surprisingly handy for testing out ink colours in the margin :)
And especially for Brenda of Butlers Abroad, here's a shot of the other worktop showing the Cuttlebug is out and I've been doing a bit of embossing too. The scissors are the ones I keep for cutting anything with glue on it and they are there waiting to be cleaned.
For those who would like to see the finished card, it will be in my next post.
Outside of the craft space it's been a terrific week so far. Here in Scotland we are enjoying fabulous weather with record temperatures, and Aberdeenshire, where my son lives, has been a real hot spot. We have, therefore, been taking advantage of it ... there's no telling how long it will last :)
Julia has requested we keep it brief so that's it for me today. It just remains for me to say I hope you are all well ... those of you who are not, I wish you a speedy recovery. I'm off to do a bit of belated snooping :))