Back to reason for this post. WOYWW or What is On Your Workdesk Wednesday is the baby of Julia @ Stamping Ground. You can go there for more details and a long list of desks to look at.
At this very moment my desks are looking a bit tidier after spending some time yesterday going through my 'In Tray' and actually doing something with the contents. As you can see, there is still a large pile of magazines waiting for me to enter the competitions (I won another prize this month - but it turned out to be the same prize as I had the previous month with another magazine! Oh well, lots more to go to the charity shop). I am doing a lot more with my Silhouette Cameo at the moment. May be something to do with the fact that there is a half price sale in their store until tomorrow, and I upgraded to their top monthly subscription (I pay £15 per month and get £200 to spend in the store) so have lots of money to spend. Having a lot of fun filling up my design library. It is such a wonderful machine and I am always saying that everyone should have one. Why spend a fortune on Spellbinders etc, when I can cut out any shape, in any size. The designs in the store are normally only 65p each anyway, with a freebie every week (and I have found other sources of free designs on the internet), and you can also do your own designs. I am not much of a maths expert, but it doesn't make sense to fill your craft rooms with dies.
Have a fabulous crafty week and Happy WOYWW to all those that I do not manage to comment on. I may actually get some more time on the pc this week, as my hip bursitis has flared up again and I am being forced to rest. Typical, when the sunshine finally appears and I want to be getting on with training my pony for driving, and there is a caravan to clean out/housework etc, etc. I am coming to the conclusion that I think that my riding days are over, so hoping to get a Saddlechariot as soon as possible - see some photos HERE. It will be wonderful to be able to get out and about on 2 wheels.
When I cut out a particular design on the Cameo, I always
fill up the paper/card with other random designs to put in my folder for
future use. The caravans are actually one of my very few
physical stamps. Again, I stamped a few out when making a notecard for
a swap - and they are coloured with my new pencils ready for
a future project.
The 3rd card was made by another crafter and sent to me as part of
a monthly swap on a Facebook group. It is so pretty.
The other cards are made with a mixture of digistamps, digikits and the Cameo.