Can you believe this is the LAST Wednesday and WOYWW post this year? Oh, do you know what WOYWW means? It's What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday and this is the 395th week this blog tour has been going on. I remember when I started about week 185 (that's the number stuck in my head but I'm not going to look to verify) there was over 100 participating. Now it's under 50. Oh well. But if you want to know more you have to head over to our head desker Julia's blog, the Stamping Ground.
Ok, my desk, and it's rather busy as I prepare for my "Love Is In the
Air" class on January 27 next year. But I'm not showing any of those
cards yet. Maybe Friday.
There's lots here. Paper, dies, my new Misti yet unopened, a HUGE roll of foam tape (I used instead of pricey pop dots), and my Amaze die cut machine. Just click on the photo to enlarge. I haven't stamped for a week so am working like crazy!
I'm starting a Planner and have slowly started to decorate it. I have birthdays and anniversaries already entered and a few other special "dates".
This planner is about 7 1/2" x 10". I stamped my name and such to personalize it more. (Planner, stamps, etc. from the company I'm with.) I love this cool shiny blueish green cover and the photo doesn't come very close to it's color. The cover did make stamping a bit more difficult and took forever for the stamped images to dry. I did smudge the center top star a bit.
This is the cover for my January calendar. I stamped snowflakes all over and added Crystal Stickles.
I'm nowhere near as fancy as others but I like the more simple pages that don't add oodles of bulk.
This is a die cut pocket (opening on other side) and a die cut arrow. Since I'm going to Las Vegas next month for a conference the pocket can hold receipts for car fuel, food, whatever. This die was made for a personal sized planner so I covered the holes and repunched to fit this larger planner. Worked pretty good.
Ok, I'm done. I missed joining last week due to SO much happening and I had to work with priorities.
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and I pray for a great new year! See you next year! God bless!