Wednesday, 9 September 2015

WOYWW #327

This is WOYWWednesday - checkout the tab at the top of the page for further info - and our thanks go to Julia for hosting again (even in absentia!!)

I am giving you a treat this week ...... a different desk!!!  

My crafting desk has again been covered by boxes, papers etc.  Maybe not the same as last week but still covered!!
So I thought I would share with you my 'workdesk' .......
The inevitable hand cream, escorted by various rolls of sellotape wrapped round a bottle of water.  A few stray stamps - postage kind - an empty coffee cup full of pens, pencils and highlighters.  THE SCREEN!!!! I am keeping the London book (in Italian) for my Grandee1 (if I put it out of sight I shall forget it!!) and the other papers are a swap I am considering.....
To the right of the screen we have a container of used postage stamps - they used to be sent to charity but now I send out filled envelopes to fellow crafters - and above.... small boxes used to store paperwork for sending out my swap cards and ATCs.  The overworked printer is surrounded by various electrical items such as the fans - a necessity back in the'summer' - and look ..... a carton of fruit juice. 
It really is a workplace and where I do the majority of my computer work .... even writing up this Blog!
Thank you to all my visitors last week and all the wonderful comments.  
I still haven't done anything with the colouring book, it belonged to DH who passed it onto me.  I think I may take it away on holiday with me so that I can colour if it rains.
Have a good week.


  1. It looks like a working desk. I have to leave things out to remember them too. Out of sight - out of mind. :-)

  2. A busy desk... lol'd at your comment, not sure it will help but I am looking forward to having a go! Helen 4

  3. Very full desk this week! I think many of us are of the same mind, if we put it away it will get forgotten. Unfortunately this lends to the clutter. Hopefully you will find your way to your crafting desk, find another spot for the boxes so you can get back to crafting. A daunting task but worth it when you start having fun creating again.


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