Julia, from Stamping-Ground, started What’s on your Work Desk. She started posting “What's on your work desk, on Wednesday’s What a terrific idea.
I have been a voyeur long enough!
Each Wednesday….I would peek into other’s craft rooms. I have learned so much! Like, I am normal, there desk looks just like mine…stuff everywhere!
Make sure you visit the Stamping-Ground, so that you can see how others stamp, craft and find out how normal you really are!
What a mess! Just finished my first project from Amazing Paper Grace September Kit. Now that I am looking at this photo. I started this project as soon as I received it, sat it down, along with several other projects. This week, my goal is to finish what I have started. I am off to a good start with this lovely book. I can see, I will be making this book again. I love the binding technique and the little book that is housed inside. Great techniques. I blogged earlier about joining one subscription a year, and this year I chose Grace’s new kits. I love her feminine style in her cards and projects.
My dear hubby made the bow maker for me…with my hands, I think it’s the only way I can tie a bow!
See my new pails! I love them for garbage and clearing my table of stuff I am using for the current project.
This was the first time I used a pearl transfer. Although beautiful, I think I will stick to creating my own embellishments, due to the cost…but how pretty is that! I love the handles to the book and how this book was bound. To cute to add a wooden button to a flower!
This was my first time working with glassine. It was just perfect for the postage stamps, and went beautifully with the paper bag material.
Can you see the cute tags sticking out of the top of the pages? Each page has a slot in the top for a tag. Love the vellum covering the windows. Since the glassine frame covered up the glue spots!
This was my favorite page…I love the insert on the right hand side. This was a little book, inside the book. It was so simple to make, It was four pieces of paper, cut to 8 1/8 X 5.5, and scored 4” from each side. Then you pierce a hole through all four sheets one inch from the top and one inch from the bottom in the and run a brad through the holes. To simple!
The Spellbinders dies, rubber stamps, ribbon, paper, brads, flowers…everything comes with the kit. I have plans for these dies and stamps! Great addition to my stash.
God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December. Makes me smile
I just had to stamp the back of the book…
One Christmas gift down….
The other project was a card! Now, let me ask you this…how is this going to fit in an envelope? This was fun and quick to make. I sure love the die cuts and the stamps!
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