Wednesday, October 10, 2012

WOYWW - What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday

Blogtoberfest: Day 10

I'm linking up with Julia at Stamping Ground and WOYWW (What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday).

It's been awhile since I've shared my desk and today is probably not the day to share it because for the past week I have been visiting my parents so my desk is piled high and deep...but here it is.

The pile after traveling. 

The cute container with the women on it holds the stamping supplied that I took with me. The top books under that small plate are some of my purchases while I was home. A few of favorite finds (which I'll share in an upcoming post) are the ledger book from 1913, an old music book, and a farm record book with no writing in it.

This past week I stamped some more okra, check back next week to see how I embellished the stamp to make some really great flowers, I fixed a lot of jewelry for family and friends, and I created a stamp using foam with a sticky back found in the children's crafting isle. So cool!

Creating a rose stamp from kids sticky backed foam sheet... #art

What's on your desk?
Dare to share?
Hop over to Stamping Ground and see what a few other artists have been doing.


  1. Love seeing the piles of new to love goodies. Your homemade stamp is fabulous.
    Wednesday Blessings,
    LisaDV #110

  2. Love to see a desk piled high with new stuff, and I love the stamp,


  3. Great stamp, can I borrow it? LOL
    Krisha #30

  4. Oh cool, a ledger from 1913. That sounds like an interesting find!! Brigita #113

  5. Love your stamp, and a desk piled high, that's how my desk usually looks!

  6. Oh your foam stamp looks lovely, wouldn't that make a fab wallpaper. Sounds like your visit was busy, so nice to have time with your parents.
    Your bag looks like a Jordi La Bamba design...I love these breezy leggy women!

  7. Hi Lori. Interesting desk and I look forward to viewing your creations.
    Happy WOYWW
    Your newest follower Annie x

  8. Nice score with the journals! Handmade! Nan 122

  9. Generally when you go crafting how long does it take to unpack? Me I am a right away unpacker, though I've only gone to one away from home crop?! Tamika #14


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