I’ve deliberately hidden (turned so you can’t see the fronts) of a couple of ‘secret’ things I’m working on and the pile of stamps you can see on the right are waiting to be used, as are some of the mounted stamps. The rest of them stay there all the time because they’re my staple background stamps, so I don’t see the point in putting them away - I reach for them over and over again. If you look carefully, you’ll see my home made ‘brick wall’ stamp, made with bits of rubber left from cutting out full sheets. Haven’t tried it yet but when I do, I’ll blog it. The little basket on the left is filled with Big Shot embossed cards and bits. The felt tips were used for the card below and the cut out image (Stampotique) on the scratch paper is for an altered book/journal I’m working on. I’ve prepped quite a few pages and am just getting ready to begin – if I ever pluck up the courage ;) Oh, and there are some alcohol inked dominoes there, just waiting to be used…
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And here’s a CAS card I made quickly and messlessly (don’t you just love inventing words?).
I have to tell the truth, though – this is why the desk is so tidy – half of the mess is on the floor, waiting for me to sort it out and put it away. At least the desk bit is better!!!
This is the result of a frenzied stamping session or six and the beginning of a major tidy and reorganisation. I finally managed to get the Filing Cabinet out and taken away by someone on Freegle, so I moved more drawers in and am enjoying having a little more space to organise. AND all my stamps are clean and sparkling – well, not quite sparkling, but clean, anyway :D
PS Some of it has made its way back onto the desk already – can’t face putting stuff away until I’ve tried it at least once when it’s in my ‘to use’ pile .
Ever felt an Angel's breath in the gentle breeze? A teardrop in the falling rain? Hear a whisper amongst the rustle of leaves? Or been kissed by a lone snowflake? Nature is an Angel's favourite hiding place. Terri Guillemets