Wednesday, March 20, 2013

WOYWW 198 - My Retreat Desk

Another great Wednesday!  Another day you get to see my desk... well, not really.  My desk is so piled with stuff I have to put away from having gone to a scrapping/stamping retreat this past weekend. I can't even see the actual desk under all the stuff!!  So, I decided to show you my desk at the retreat! 

Let's see... you can see the corner of my laptop on the far left.  Upper left is Loretta's photo printer for her camera.  I have yet to figure out why she had to use my table, I had to unplug my traveling OTT light for her to use her printer! She did move it late Friday afternoon when it ran out of ink.  Scor-Pal with mat that has scrap paper is where I do my actual work. Top center is my paper cutter, stamp rag, ribbon.  Top right has my inks, Copics, Wizard and dies. Far right is the top half of a large tool box and my stamps are still in it.  And there is my ATG gun and blue plaid trash bag.  Not bad.  As I started stamping my stamps ended up under the trimmer.  I finished 7 Easter cards, some assorted cards, and 4 different styles of gate-fold cards.

Now, this blog hop is courtesy of Julia Dunnit of the Stamping Ground.  After leaving a comment with me please click on her blog name and check out MANY other blogs and desks.  Oh, Julia.... that box of bagettes are actually bag-ettes... clear bags that I used to package my card kits!  I had to laugh at your comment last week! And, unfortunately, I've had to add Word Verification for a time to stop all the pornographic comments and spam I've been getting recently.  So if you don't leave a comment I'll understand.  I hope that a week of the verification that garbage will stop.

Now, I have a card to show you....

Our great grandson is quite the little cowboy so he is going to get a special Easter card from us!  The focal cowboy is a stamp from a set by The Angel Company.  The text is by Lawn Fawn and the background images are by Art Impressions.

I wanted to show you a close up of the "bumps".  I have a little tool by E K Success that I used on my Scor-Pal to make them.  Isn't it cool??

Now, click HERE and head on over to the Stamping Ground and enjoy!!
BTW... all comments are moderated as the last few weeks I've been getting some real garbage/spam comments and I do NOT want those to be made public. So, if it takes some time before your comment shows up it's for all our comfort of reading. And I appreciate all the visits... I've hit record highs this past month and I'm just in awe! I hope all you "visitors/followers/friends" are enjoying my projects and hopefully being inspired!  I'm honored to be a part of your day!


Eliza said...

Those bumps are really cool how did you do them, they look awesome?

Your grandson is going to love that cowboy card, who wouldn't.

Eliza 24

ria gall said...

looks like you were really busy on your retreat and I love the cowboy card I think he will be made up with it and want to show all his friends
Have a wonderful WOYWW
Ria #44

Robin said...

I bet you really enjoyed the retreat! I love the cowboy card. I think I have that tool, I will need to dig it out. Does it look like its on a key chain?

Anne said...

Not been on a crafting retreat - yet- but sounds like fun. Great card. Anne x #162

April said...

I love the cowboy Easter card - very cute bumps. April #138