Wednesday, 12 May 2010

WOYWW, Cakes and Fairies

Wow, Wednesday came out of nowhere this week! My desk is pretty tidy today as I'm kind of in between projects so I thought I'd give a little tour of my creative space...
I'm lucky that we currently have a spare bedroom which I have a corner of so there's room for a decent amount of stuff!
Here is the left of my desk, the boxes at the back have sticky ribbons, alphabet stickers and rub-ons and lots of embellishments.


This is the right of the desk - more ProMarkers, drawers with Twinkling H2Os, micas, brads, cuttlebug folders and general tat.


These shelves are above the desk - if you've read my blog for a while, you'll know that the bottom shelf came off the wall and caused no small amount of destruction - it is now VERY securely fastened to the wall with very long screws! The top shelf has the stuff I don't use too often - acrylic paints, Fimo, my light box. My alcohol inks are also there, but only because I haven't found another home for them yet! The second shelf has chipboard and grunge alphas and some of my ProMarkers. The bottom shelf has my Prima flowers, some embellishments, Distress inkpads, hot-fix crystals and my dew drops.


This bookcase is to the left of the desk and is home to my rubber stamps, papers and books/magazines (which you can't see as there's a pile of stuff in front of them)


These drawers are to the right of the desk and house my embossing powders, punches and lots of "I haven't used it for ages but might do one day" stuff. On top are the papers I've used recently and not put away along with my paper scraps split into boxes depending on how much of the paper is left - not sure why I bother keeping the small scraps as I never look through the box!


This is underneath the desk - scrapbook albums waiting to be filled, boxes with Christmas stuff/cross stitch kits in, memento boxes...


And that's it! Read on if you're interested in what I did with the backgrounds and stamps from last week...

I've kept these quite simple so the stamped image is the focus of the card.




Last, but not least (finally I hear you cry!), here are some lemon meringue cupcakes I made for Tim to take into work tomorrow. We've obviously road tested them and they're pretty tasty!


Well done if you managed to stay the course with this feature length post!

17 comments:

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  2. The cards are beautiful, I can't decide if the green or the blue is my favourite!

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  3. Lovely cards using the Lavinia stamps, great images. Love all your stash too. Thanks for sharing. Tracy Evans x

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  4. ooooh yum cupcakes :O) you have so much stash :O) lol, your shelves are so full up. Joey.xxx

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  5. that was a good snoop :)

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  6. great workspace, loved my look round. And those cakes look really yummy!!

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  7. ooh cakes - and you gave them away - strong woman! Loved the tour Maz...we share the same architecturally challenged spray chamber! Also am so happy that there's an are on your desk for 'General tat', wars cannot be won without a general or two!

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  8. Love your and cakes and fairy cards.... (hint, I love cakes!!) and such a crafty space too!!

    (Lyn))

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  9. Your fairy cards are really pretty and those cakes look really yummy. Yes please :-)
    A x

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  10. Gorgeous cards gorgeous cakes
    Anne x

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  11. Oh I am so tempted by those cupcakes -yum! The fairy cards are lovely too and what a huge stash of equipment you have. Thanks for sharing - I like these long mixed posts!!

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  12. oh lots lovely work space piccies, nice rummage, beautiful cards, oh those cakes looks scrummy yummy, mind if i pinch one! lol, sue,x

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  13. Love your crafy area. Both your cards and your cakes look gorgeous.Have a good week. S x

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  14. YEY - another IKEA fanatic... can see a lot of similarities here with my space - great minds think alike.

    If you can find a way to successfully transport those merangues - I LOVE 'EM!!!

    Lovely cards by the way.

    Paula x x x

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  15. fab desk, gorgeous cards, and scrummy looking cakes! -) sorry it's taken so long to get round to you, have a great weekend!
    hugs
    Michelle
    xxx

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  16. You have such an organised work space! Your cards made of last weeks background turned out fantastic!! They are so lovely, and I might try to figure out where to get those stamps, I've never seen them here in Norway. The cupcakes looks yummi!

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