Yet another wednesday and time to snoop around the world at other people's workdesks. If you're new here and want to know what this is all about, just hop on over to Julia Dunnit's Stamping Ground and she'll explain it all to you.
Today it's time for WOYWW 213, indeed really 213. Last weeks confusion about the number did give me a giggle here and there. I'll make it short and sweet, well I'll give it a go at least.
This time Not a photo of what's on my workdesk, but one of what isn't on my workdesk anymore. I got this really cute hanging rack at a discount. It has lots of room for all sorts of little thingies. Really happy with that.
I also decided to clean out this old ship trunk and store my recycled papers, cardboard and my dies in there. I finally got rid of the last remnants of my kids toys, the playmobil has now taken up residence in the attick.
I've been working on several things last week, but I can only show you some small previews, since they are either not finished, or they are finished but the video that's supposed to go with it isn't.
Here are some quick shots of what I\ve been working on.
This painting has been standing in my living room for a while now and it still isn't finished. Last week I collaged the bird onto it and I think I now know how to finish it.
They are finished but I'll show them later, together with the art journal page I made, also for the SOC3. I can't show the page yet, because I'm still working on the video I made while making this page, but here's a sneek preview.
Lastly, I started another japanese stab book. This one is for my husband. Which he requested after I finished my little wisdom book. Obviously I had to try out one of my new embossing folders.
So that's it, I hope I was short enough. If you want to see what other people have been up to last week, just go to Julia's blog, you'll find the links to their workdesks there.
I'm off to visit some workdesks and struggle some more with the video, which I hope to post today, or if not today, then tomorrow.
Thank you all for watching and I wish you a wonderful week.