Wow - the week has flown by fast! It's WOYWW again, and for those who don't know, who may have just fallen over my blog by complete accident, visit Ms Dunnit's page here to find out all about it and begin your blog-hop.
My desk this week is starting to look normal at last. That is to say, it has actually got some work going on. The untidiness is because I spent part of yesterday evening doing the latest CJ which will be posted today (and part of the evening doing Pilates, but that's a whole other story!) and I haven't had time to tidy up yet. Eagle eyed folks will notice that the spice rack is now full of EPs at last.
I said last week that I would start putting on pics of the rest of the craft room - here's a view from the door looking along the row of storage to the desk. See, told it was "compact" in there! Before I get the inevitable questions - the storage drawers came from a supermarket in France about 5 years ago, the drawers are not quite 12 x 12, which is an annoyance but I can live with that, and no, I don't where you can get them over here.
Going back to the CJ I referred to - Tash's (Chicken Licken's) CJ landed in my lap last month and was due for posting... um.... Monday. Oops. However, I thought I'd do it last night and when I sat down the mojo just flowed for the first time in ages. The stampe she sent round was a heart - I didn't want to do another play on words, so just did what I felt looked good (Thank you Craft Barn for the inspiration a couple-a-years ago). I don't know who the heart is by, but the quote is by Third Coast, I think, as is Be Odd (I lurve that stamp, so ME!) and the starburst is .... darn it, can't remember.... oh well. Inks used were Distress Inks in Milled Lavender, wotsit Denim and Soot Black, and Versafine, as well as a wee skim of silver to edge the card, though you can't see it in the pics. Enjoy!
Each page was an envelope made out of a page of a book, with a small card inside:
The back of my card:
Right-o - I'm off for a bit of a blog hop over the course of the next week! Catch you all again soon!