Right then, it’s that time again when I grab a cup of tea and sneak off to peep into other people’s crafting areas, their inner sanctums of creative! I’m lead by Julia at The Stamping Ground on my voyeuristic journey. It’s week three for me and I confess to being utterly addicted to it.
This week finds me in a bit of a holding pattern of sorts. I should be in there working on my Spring time cards, I must create a birthday card for my mom as well. Oh but that it were that easy the lure of gardening is pulling me ever so much and I spent some time out last week and have been pouring over my books and such planning and plotting my gardens future. So today you’re getting an all around peek at my space in general.
From the door looking in you see my desk, all the things that I need at within easy reach and actually lol, this is quite cluttered for me at the moment!
Above the desk are my shelves I’ve got all my unmounted stamps stored in Scraponizer cases, the bits of this and that in the tool sorter thingy on the end. There is some paper there, the various baskets have ribbon, flowers and what nots. There are card keepers on the end that house my cards that are ready to be sent off at a moments notice.
My scanner and move shelves mostly decorative what nots on those. Those cabinets the husband made and they house all my wood mounted stamps.
Another set of those cabinets these in the mini version. Inks, glitters and paints are in these. The pile of stuff in between is all stuff waiting to be altered. The futon is where Zoe sleeps when I’m in here working away, it’s flanked by bookshelves, one side for crafting the other all gardening.
Lastly my closet, a nice standing work surface all my dies and embossing folders are at hands reach. The cabinets house everything from clay supplies to inks and reinkers, glues, coasters you name it. The shelves on either side have more dies, my portable photo studio, my scrapbooking stuff and my sewing box.
So kids that’s a quickie of what my workdesk and space look like today! Now back to garden dreams and schemes, at least for the time being…I’ve really got to get back and make those cards!!!