Wednesday, September 5, 2012

What's on Your Workdesk Week 170

Hello Wednesday!  And I'm ready!  I'm pretty much over my cold.  Had a horrible time with the cough but much better.  My desk is a wreck.  I've been working on some Halloween cards as you can tell from previous posts plus making card kits for a class today - we're making those little Halloween monster treat boxes. Remember these?  I really need to clean my desk as I am now finding it difficult to work around the mess!

Today's card is on my desk and I'm using the skewer to curl the scrappers floss.

The pumpkin is made from 2 2" circles.  I lightly sponged brown around the edges of both, stamped one with the face, and cut the other in half. Stamps are by Inky Antics.

I don't have any oval punches but then, an oval wouldn't be large enough for the face image.  I think this class will be a go.  The cards are turning out so cute.

Now, pop on over to Julia's blog, the Stamping Ground, and visit other crafters' workdesks and even get a glimpse of some projects!  And if Julia's desk is busy just go to last Thursdays post and see her desk CLEAN!  I REALLY need to do this!


Deb's Pen Pot said...

Cute pumpkin card :0) It looks like you've got everything to hand on your desk, enjoy your crafting. Hope you have a fun WOYWW - Deb's Pen Pot #146

Words and Pictures said...

Love your little monsters in the other post! And your pumpkin is so clever, using the two circles to create the ridges... great card. And the desk looks fine to me, full of busy creativitey - happy WOYWW!
Alison x

Glittered Paws said...

Love love the pumpkins - and how cleaver - 2 circles edged in brown - great idea. I am sure your class will love your projects.

Mary said...

What a cute card. He looks like a very happy little pumpkin. Thanks for visiting my blog, I've entered you into my blog-aversary drawing...Good luck!

Mary Jo said...

LOVE how you used the floss on the pumpkin stem!
Very cute :)
Mary Jo #132

Anne said...

Love your pumpkin cards - really cute. Sorry I'm late visiting - where does the time go. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Anne x #122