Well, it's Whizzday again and the first one of September! The weeks are speeding by with the days getting shorter (yeah, less daylight but still seems shorter) and so many activities lately that sometimes I don't know if I'm coming, going, or meeting myself in the middle.
Today you have the opportunity to see what is on my desk. I'm prepping a card to show in my FB live video (on YouTube later) and I have projects to the left that I need to work on. This viewing and many others are all linked together at Julia's Stamping Ground so head over there when you're done here.
It seems I started something when I posted my view last week. I had a pile (still there but not within today's picture) of GKW (goodness knows what). I can see it from my computer and I really need to clean it and the rest of my desk. Maybe tomorrow... maybe Friday... Goodness Knows When! (Julia, don't spit out your drink while reading this....) Ya know... I'd like to meet this Goodness Knows character and ask her some questions like how does she know so much. Anyway, enough of that - for now.
And now my desk.... (as of yesterday afternoon)
I did adjust the size of my photo for easier viewing. Thanks, Shaz, for the tip! So what's here...
Far left in front of my light is the pile of projects, stamps, glimmer plates, dies, card kits, and the red layer for the card on the glass mat. On the glass mat is pieces for my card, sequins, Bloom Tool (same as the Tool In One but green), the die set I'm using, and scraps of paper. And to the right, my plates and Platinum 6. Sitting on my other light is a pile to be sorted and put away or tossed.
I have yet to finish the PhotoShop online class. Each class is recorded and on YouTube so I can take the classes as needed. Each one takes me about 1 1/2 hour and I prefer early afternoon when my brain still is a bit functional. I can do one today and another Friday. Tomorrow I start the physical therapy on my knee after work.
So that's all there is! Please head over to Julia's and check out the links to other desks of those brave souls willing to share their work areas!