Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Workdesk Wednesday

 I really need to make something today but I have been busy looking at papers from long past classes and such for inspiration. My desk is currently kinda empty but I did manage to get 1 card kit almost assembled for my class in a week.  So for today's Workdesk Wednesday my desk is not too busy.  I'm even very late in linking up with Julia at the Stamping Ground! This is actually my desk this morning!  I forgot yesterday! Oh my!

 The paper in the middle of my glass mat is from a class a few years ago. I decided on it for my video today so I really need to prep! Above it is a pile with pink paper on top.  That's the 12 cards I need to finish kitting. To the left of my glass mat is the directions to those cards. To the right of the paper is a stamp set, a manilla envelope and some odds and ends to put away.  There's a green post it note pad by my glue.  Anyway, my desk needs to be organized and prepped so I can do my video.

Here's the card I made on my video last week. I'm in love with the Triple Cube Pop Up Box cards!

 I used all Spellbinder and Fun Stampers Journey products. 

 Here's the view from the top. It's not a difficult card but is a bit time consuming.

I took this closer look at the sentiment as I used my Stardust Clear Gel pen on the word Christmas and added the 2 little enamel hearts. 

I've made 3 of this style card. If you want to learn how check out my YouTube video last Wednesday.  Plus I give a picture tutorial on a post last week, click HERE to view it.

Please head over to the Stamping Ground and check out the other desks! I'll be making my way there as soon as I get some coffee!

Stampin Carol

The testing of your faith produces patience.  James 1:3


Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love that pop up card, it looks so complicated to make but the results are impressive and definitely worth the effort!! Hope you get the kits done for your workshop.
HUgs LLJ 6 xxx

Sue Jones said...

Lovely pop up card. good luck with the upcoming work shop . Have a great week. soojay#22

Helen said...

what a work of art that card is! Have a great week Helen #2

Anne said...

Great card. I've been making one of those this afternoon. :-)
Anne X @ 16

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

I absolutely love pop up cards and I've seen this one but not had time to give it a go yet so thanks for the inspiration. Wishing you a very happy woyww and a lovely crafty week, Angela x14x

Karen said...

So cool ~ you lost me at time consuming though ~ Maybe..If I can be patient.. That looks pretty complicated though :) ~ Enjoy the rest of your week

My name is Cindy said...

What an unusual card - does it fold flat? May have to check that one out, always looking for something a little different. Happy WOYWW, stay well, safe, Cindy #21

Shoshi said...

That pop-up card is brilliant, Carol! So 3-dimensional, and lots of surfaces to put things! What a fun idea. Thank you for visiting - so glad you enjoyed the kitties and the fashion show!

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #23

Caro said...

That pop up card is wonderful! Sorry I am late commenting. Happy belated WOYWW. Take care and stay safe. with love & God Bless, Caro xxx (#9)

Julia Dunnit said...

My word Carol, I love it when you say its not difficult but a little time consuming. That make s me thing, ha, I can MAKE it difficult! Wonderful pics of it, it really is an amazing card! I LOVE the Christmas sentiment - is it from one of your companies? I might neeeed one.

Marit said...

I love pop-up cards but never made one myself, maybe I should give it a try but I'll start with something 'easy' then, the box card looks indeed time consuming but I do LOVE IT! Thanks for visiting my blog the other day, have a great weekend! Hug from Holland. Marit #8

Susan Renshaw said...

Those pop ups are such fun to make!
Sorry I am so late posting - have a good week!
Susan #10