No cards to show you here today, just teasers - today I am in the spotlight over at Craftwork Cards, you remember I told you that I was on their design team, so I would love it if you would pop over there, and leave a comment if you like the samples I made for them.
I thought I would join in with 'what's on your workdesk wednesday' this week. I was going to leave it until I had a good tidy up, but thought that was a bit daft. I am incredibly messy when I work, this actually looks quite tidy for me. What you don't see here is the floor, I toss stuff on there until I am wading through a sea of paper. The green ribbon bow was for a project I am working on for a magazine, it looked ridiculous, so that's probably gone on the floor as well. My copics and cricut stuff are always very close to hand, although I am changing over to Promarkers (a UK brand) as my copics start to run dry, they are much cheaper. Another thing always to hand is my foam pads, I buy them in Poundland.
I am a punch addict, these are just a tiny sample of all the ones piled up, occasionally I don't put them back properly, and they fall onto the desk with a horrible thud, making me jump out of my skin.............
One thing that is organised is my cardstock, and that's only because I bought these racks from a scrapbook store that was closing down. I worried a bit that the paper wouldn't take the humidity in the summer (they are in the garage, along with the rest of my stuff in Florida). but they seem to keep in pretty good shape.
I sent a little Flip video to Max and Milo wishing them a happy birthday (they both have birthdays this week). So my son did a video for us, supposedly of Milo opening his presents. Of course, when you are only one, crawling around the garden and trying to climb up on the slide is much more fun, so Max (three tomorrow) was ripping open the parcels. 'Do you want to watch Ma wishing you a happy birthday Max?' asked my son, 'No' said Max, very firmly 'Don't want to watch Ma, want to watch Fireman Sam'.
Tell it like it is Max, that's my boy.