Hello WOYWWers, Followers, Bloggers and Friends
It's Wednesday again - the day a not inconsiderable number of us reveal our desks. Yes, it is the weekly reveal kindly hosted by the amazing Mrs D (aka Julia Dunnit) at the Stamping Ground. If you haven't joined in the fun before, if you have been lurking and wish you could join in the fun, then what are you waiting for - whatever your craft of choice you will be made welcome - so go on, show us your workdesk.
Photo taken late Tuesday, when I was done for the evening, and I can guarantee it will not have changed this morning - though it will later when I clear this clutter up and get on with the scrapping I really intended to work on today. I kind of got distracted with the bits and pieces leftover after completing a swap card - can't show you that yet, not until the postie has delivered it to the recipient (but you can see the lovely one I received sitting on the box of baby wipes at the back there). However, I can tell you that it features the colour turquoise and spots created with some bubble wrap and paint. I've used some of the leftovers, added a bit of embossed paper, which, if my memory serves me well, came in a box of goodies that our radio star, Jo (Jozart), sent me some time ago now. It's beautiful paper but easily torn and has to be handled with care ... ask me how I know :))
Also amongst the usual stuff you can see some tags, washi tape, card candi, ribbon, rainbow drops, one finished card, two tags just at the beginning phase, a variety of vintage toppers, a peacock feathers ink pad - gorgeous colour. You can see that some punches have sneaked back on to the desk - don't know how they do it!! There's one of my many notebooks - this it the 'to-do' one - sitting on top of a box of seasonal chipboards shapes. It's a clutter but everything, apart from those punches, is there for a reason.
Julia says keep it brief and this week I will do. I'll just leave you with this wonderful photo I took at the garden centre on Saturday.
For the owl lovers among us, he's real. I understand that he is a cross breed and he is so tame, you can stroke him and he loves it. If it wasn't for the £1000 price tag, I would have taken him home in a heartbeat :))
After that, all that remains is for me to wish you all a wonderful WOYWW and I'll do my utmost to pop in and snoop around your desks sometime today, failing that sometime during the week.