I'm back on track with showing my desk after being gone for GivingThanks day with our oldest son and his family in California. We had so much fun with the granddaughters! But now, my desk....
I had a horrible time getting this photo into my Picassa album. I don't know what's going on with google but I don't like it. Anyway, my desk.... What's here" You can see the end of my Cricut and some scrap paper. Then 5 boxes I made using my Envelope Punch Board loaded with Salt Water Taffy for the AZ Scrapbooking store meeting/Christmas party. These are gifts for the owner and other instructors. That little blue thing close to my lamp base is a mini flashlight. I used it to help me position oodles of pink snowflakes in my large Xyron machine. I needed to make them sticky for my class yesterday. Other things... ink pad, scissors, bone folder. Not a lot happening.
This fun blog tour of many many crafters is brought together by Julia Dunnit of the Stamping Ground. Please click on the link to her blog at the end of my post to go visit more desks all around the world. Be sure you have a bit of time as there is some great inspiration!
I so enjoy Pinterest and have found some amazing crafts, recipes, and more! A few weeks ago I found this cute little Kiss Tree and finally got everything together (had to buy the candy) and off I went!
Isn't this just too cute!! It's about 5" tall (to the tip of the star) and I'll be sending it to our great grandson.
It's 2" deep to hold the kisses and Nuggets. I found the directions here, on QBees Quest.
I made 4 more to use as package toppers. I added some bows to the top of them. These would also be great for teacher's gifts, Christmas craft fairs, and more!! Check it out! They're quite easy to make. Now, if you'd click HERE to go to the Stamping Ground, you'll have a great time. And, if you're so inclined, please leave me a comment on either my desk, my trees, or both! Merry Christmas!