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Wednesday, 11 May 2011

WOYWW #101


It's taken me ages to tidy up to get to this point, (A)I've almost lost the will to live and (B) it still looks messy! UGH, it's such a soul-less task!

On the brighter side, on my desk you can see a Level 2 Hostess set which I need to mount, a pack of Cherry Cobbler DSP ready to cut to the left of the picture. In the middle is an oval cardboard template I've just painstakingly cut out with a craft knife - the chipboard was very thick! - and you can see the distressing tools are out to file a smooth finish on the chipboard. On the right is a box of pins sitting on top of some cork mats ready to be run through the big shot, above that are some brooch fasteners, top right-ish, lollipop sticks (need to find a use for them), and a polystyrene ring in the middle waiting to be decorated.

I am using these materials to plan a class in the future, need to find some inspiration as to what.

Happy WOYWW - back to Julia's to visit other desks.


21 comments:

  1. Well it looks tidy to me!!!!! Fab desk. Happy Wednesday.
    Cathy xx

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  2. It all looks extremely neat and tidy from here... and I am curious... what is the big white donut shape? Annette #3

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  3. The big white donut is a polystyrene ring for making floral wreaths or whatever takes your fancy.

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  4. You are looking pretty tidy this week.

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  5. This looks really tidayso you obviously did a good job!!! Have a great week
    Frankie
    xx

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  6. I'd have said that's the hardest way to plan a class -for me it has to be the idea first, but then I'm well known to be a bit lazy! Your desk looks great from here; of course, perhaps our definiton of untidy differs...alot!

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  7. Loving that circle/big spot paper - fab tones there. That desk wants to be played with...
    Thanks for sharing today,

    Sarah at 5

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  8. mmm Elaine, know so well what you mean, about what to do next?? I always look around for ideas in my ideas book when stuck... Happy WOYWW 101 and thanks for sharing. Shaz in Oz.x #21

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  9. Nice tidy desk but reading your post made me look deeper and there's a lot more there to see.
    I've sent you an email with an idea for your polystyrene ring that I saw at CHA... hope you like it.
    JoZarty x

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  10. Your desk looks very tidy and and yet there is a lot going on there.
    Happy WOYWW

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  11. I know, me too! (the will to live) after tidying my crafty space it's still looks the same, but as least I can see the carpet now! Great snoop! Happy WOYWW ((Lyn)) # 42

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  12. Your desk looks fine to me - lots going on so you are going to be busy.

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  13. Looking tidy ....nice job! I think now you need to get busy and mess it all back up with some wonderful creations. TFS

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  14. You're looking very tidy to me. Interesting to see what goes into putting a class together.

    Bx

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  15. Sometimes it's difficult to find the inspiration for putting together a class. I hope you'll find it, and soon.

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  16. Oh I do love a desk thats not perfectly tidy. And yours look totaly fine to me.
    Cannot wait to see what you do with that ring .... mind going myself now, lol

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  17. Sometimes tidying up can be a soulless task, but when you find things you've been looking for then it can be a lifesaver! Wish I was more committed to putting things back where they belong!!! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  18. I hope you find some inspiration for your class soon Elaine. I’m afraid I can’t offer any help either because nothing is springing to mine either.
    Love the new set of stamps, very useful indeed!
    Happy WOYWW!
    Sue
    x

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  19. I love a tidy desk and I can see your little vacuum attachment peeking in the background. That must be the secret to keeping it all so tidy!!

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  20. Love the papers you are going to be working with - thanks for sharing

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  21. Oooh, I understand the Ugh factor, but a crafter's gotta do what a crafter's gotta do, eh? Thanks for stopping by!

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