Morning all, and a happy WOYWW to you! It's the weekly Wednesday hop around the craft desks of the world, hosted by Julia Dunnit over at The Stamping Ground... so after you've seen W on my W this W, why not go and explore some more over there?
Seems to have become my Wednesday habit to double-post and run off to catch a train... this morning the train I have to catch is a whole hour and bit later than usual, so it feels positively relaxed this morning!
I'm showing you quite oblique shots of the workdesk today - just for a slightly different angle on things.
The desk itself is the old family pine kitchen table, which was one of those quite nasty orangey varnished affairs. About 10 years ago, I stripped it down, sanded all over and then stained it with white wood stain, and for years it was my regular desk for working at. You can still see files and reference books on the top of the bookshelf.
Now my laptop is relegated to my lap, and the desk and pretty much all the surrounding space is being taken over my crafting...
Today's mess includes the almost finished tag which you can see in today's other post;
the mini-chest of drawers and the rest of the gift set which I posted earlier in the week and hasn't yet found another home;
the tag with some enamelled stamping experimenting - I missed the CCII challenge for this technique last week, but saw such lovely things visiting people's blogs that I wanted to have a play anyway;
a growing pile of stamp sets which have been in use and not been put away yet... I know you're all familiar with that problem!!
In the desk picture above left, you can see CCII wide open on the desk, full of lovely ideas and techniques to try out.
Anyway, it's nearly pumpkin time, and I've got another post to write, so happy hopping, and I'll be doing my visiting later tonight, and over the course of the week again - hope to see you soon somewhere in Craftyblogland!
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