Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Workdesk and a Milk Carton

It's WEDNESDAY!!  Hump Day.... middle of the week... What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday!!  Yep, another day you get the opportunity to see what is on my desk (as of late yesterday afternoon) and many others all courtesy of our head desker Julia, at the Stamping Ground.

I spent most of yesterday making kits for my Friday class.  I can't believe I got them ALL done and ready! But registration doesn't end until noon today so I could be surprised but... nah.  Probably not. But last weekend my niece had a baby girl and I need to make a card for little Clara.  I had only 1 baby themed stamp set so I'm off and running. By last night I had my design planned and I will make the card on my FB Live video on my page, Stampin Carol - Lots of Crafty Goodness at 10 am Arizona time.  It will also be uploaded to YouTube at my site.

But anyway.... my desk....

So, I have a set of scallop circle dies on the far left of my work spot on my table. And on my glass mat there is the stamp set in the upper left corner, the unassembled card in the middle with my details scissors right above it.  To the top is a pile of card pieces that I found from a few years of card teaching, my roll of 3M foam tape, and a bunch of ink pads. On the right is my ATG adhessive runner and my Platinum machine with my stamp cleaning rag sitting on it.

I guess I can show you a couple small milk cartons I made for our grandson for Easter.  I filled it with Animal Crackers.

Do you see the egg on the carton in the top picture?  I attached it with a Wobble from Art Impressions.

It makes the egg wiggle or wobble or whatever but it is pretty cool. I used some of these in one of my classes and the gals loved them!

Ok, you've reached the end of my post.  Please head over to the Stamping Ground and check out the links to oodles of desks.  Hope you have a wonderful day!

Stampin Carol


Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

That Milk Carton is a lovely way to present those Easter Treats. Congrats to your Niece on the birth of her new Daughter, I have to admit I do not own many Baby stamps either. Wishing you all the best with your Friday work class. Happy WoywW Tracey #5

Sarah Brennan said...

Congratulations on the arrival of your Great Niece Carol. Such a pretty name too. Hope you don't need any more kits for your class as you are already sorted. Happy WOYWW. Sarah #6

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Carol, boxes look great. I've seen those wobble springs used in cards, very effective for some things. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #4 X

Caro said...

Those milk cartons are so cute and congratulations on the birth of your Great Neice. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW and have a great week, with love and God Bless, Caro x (#20)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Congrats on the safe arrival of Clara, love the name! You did well getting all those kits done, I hope you get a couple more registered. The paper of the box is bright and cheerful, love it.
Hugs LLJ 11 xxx

Helen said...

congratulations on your great niece! the wobble spring is great fun! Helen #1

Glenda said...

I love your mile carton and think it is a wonderful idea for giving treats in for Easter!

Glenda #16

Shoshi said...

Love the idea of the milk carton, Carol! Such pretty papers, too. A lovely little gift.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #19

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Love the milk cartons, very useful and they're pretty too. Late today as I've been out most of the day with friends so just doing a few late visits. Thanks for the visit to mine and happy belated WOYWW, Angela x21x

Shoshi said...

Thank you for your return visit, Carol. The button for posting a comment on my blog is now a lot more visible so shouldn't present any further problems. Just another bit of tweaking to get my new blog how it should be! Sorry you had problems. So glad you like my little felt flowers, and yes, I shall definitely be posting photos of the slippers! Thank you for your good wishes all round - re my tooth and the new loo! I have been amazed today how little pain relief I have needed. The pain in my jaw has settled down far more quickly than I'd expected. I am being careful with the place and leaving it well alone to allow it to heal nicely, and doing the salt water mouth washes as instructed. I am hoping it will feel tons better by the weekend. Reading everyone's comments this week, it is surprising how many of us have had problems with our wisdom teeth. Better out than in!!