Wednesday, December 27, 2017

WOYWW 447 and Nothing Else

Well, I'm sure this post title left you giggling.  Other than my desk I have nothing to share!  I do have a project I'm working on but, yep, nothing completed.  So, this goofy post and a picture of my desk is being linked with many others through Julia at the Stamping Ground.  I have made some fun stuff from a little Winter House (that I put under our tree) posted last Thursday and the last of my Christmas cards on Friday and Monday.

But I digress....   Here's my desk from late yesterday afternoon.

I was working on a special swap for an upcoming conference in Texas that I'll be attending.  I have qualified for our Fun Stampers Journey Leadership Conference Jan. 11 - 13 and I signed up for a technique swap.  I'm sharing some of our border dies and you can see the pile of 30 on the left side of my grid paper sitting on packages of stamps and dies that I've used. On my grid paper are the little ovals of Hello that I'm adhering with the white thread looped behind them off to the far right. This morning I'll be working on the labels to stick to the back of the card fronts and packaging them to put in my suitcase along with other things that I can pack now.  I won't be sharing this project any more until I'm at Conference.

And now I'm done.  Please head over to the Stamping Ground for links to oodles of desks and lots of great projects!

And I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with many blessings. We got to spend a almost an hour on Google Duo with our son watching our grandson open gifts and play. We also sent and received some funny Snap Chat photos with the daughter.  I did got to work (I clean our church) for a couple hours then made a ham dinner for me and hubby.  He worked around the yard tidying up and making our electric gate work better. A couple movies in the evening and our day was over. Very relaxing.



Helen said...

Christmas was quiet, but enjoyable. being able to see your grandson open his gifts sounds very special. Helen #1

Sarah Brennan said...

Hi Carol, I hope all goes well for your techniques session. Isn't technology wonderful that you can participate at a distance in present opening. Have a great week and Happy New Year. Sarah #14

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Carol, projects look great. I'm sure you'll have a fantastic time at the conference. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #13 XxX

Tracey said...

Happy WOYWW and how wonderful technology is. I too watch my girls opening their presents 4,000 miles away (they are 24, 24 and 32 years old) and they watch me opening their gifts. Your project looks very interesting. Wishing you a Happy New Year. Tracey R #2

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Carol, how wonderful to be able to share your Christmas on-line at least. Enjoy the conference. Thanks for the visit to mine and have a great woyww. Angela x12x

April said...

Have fun at convention - your cards are lovely. Have a happy new year.
April #21