Let's see... Left to right front....
Green embossing folder sitting on some dies, card samples in a clear box on top of directions, Tonic paper cuter, then my Platinum die cut machine with my red ATG adhesive runner under the plates.
In the back, my ScanNCut (which is sadly neglected), red box of acrylic blocks, cleaning rags, baskets of liquid fun, Ott light, and green basket of scraps.
Far back are shelves holding misc. stuff, washi tape dispensers, ribbon boxes, ink pads, and my FSJ team mascot.
I just finished my 4 Christmas card samples for my Aug. 24 class along with the directions for each card. I was fairly productive yesterday and even got 1 card kit completed for the 3 coming to class. Today I need to get the other 3 card kits done and even make a FaceBook Live video about 10:30 a.m. my time. While writing this post I even realized that I haven't shared the cards for my Friday class. Guess I need to get that done, too! So, here is one that the gals will be making. All products used are from Fun Stampers Journey. The black layer was embossed then the center die cut before swiping with white ink. Of the 4 cards for class this one is my least favorite, not sure why. There was a demo using this stamp set at convention and we were told that this is not a Zebra as we learned to pronounce it, but that it rhymes with Debra. Well, except for the first letter it's spelled the same. Anyway, you probably had to hear it as it was demo'ed.
So now please head over to the Stamping Ground and check out the links to other crafters brave enough to share their desks and even projects!