Wednesday, April 10, 2013
This is the first time I have participated in WOYWW. My blog friend Regina reminded me to take a picture of my desk before I clean it up so I could post it. I always love seeing everyone's desks, so I thought I'd show mine!
This is the card I just finished. I work on a table, and have to clean up after every session, so I had to take the photo the night before.
The stamps I used on the card are on the left. You can also see one of my Xyrons in the photo. The cup has water in it so my paintbrush wouldn't dry out before I cleaned it. I used that to spread the Yes! Glue on my card.
You can also see two mesh desk organizers, one holds small paint brushes and my aqua painters, and the other holds blending stumps and Fantastix and things.
The wooden box is one of my treasures. It belonged to a great aunt, and is very old. She gave it to me when I was a child. That's where I put scissors and other small things that I use every time I stamp. Next comes some Krylon Spray, and a little box with a push pin and some scraps in it. When I use my Spellbinders, I use the pushpin to poke out the little bits into the box. I empty the box into the waste basket when I clean up.
Next comes my heat gun, which is barely visible in the photo, and a set of plastic drawers where I keep my most used stamp pads. In front of that is my Yes! paste and a glue runner which doesn't stick. There is also some Mod Podge, some regular tape that I use to stick my Spellbinders down with when I don't need to use removable tape, my wax paper, which is my most important tool when using delicate dies, some scissors, a roll of dimensional tape, and a little plastic container of watercolor I made from PearlEx.
There is also a glass jar of Ranger Nibs, Glossy accents, and a pencil.
To see what WOYWW is all about, and visit everyone's desks, go here to Julia's Stamping Ground.