Tuesday, September 28, 2010

WOYWW 69

I'm posting this very late on tuesday evening (11pm to be exact!) because I can't post wednesday, my desk won't change at all, I don't want to miss out on WOYWW and because in UK time, it's wednesday already! I hope none of you mind :)
I'm very sad this week. There is no crafty stuff on my desk so I will show you where I keep more of my stash. With work and school, I haven't had time for anything fun lately. School just started again this week and after going to class I can forsee that I will have a lot less time to create :(
Just in case you're wondering, I'm working on my Master's degree in Early Education.
Somewhere, I'm going to have to find time for crafting. If any of you out there have extra time, please send it this way. Lol, I'm sure none of you do, but I dare to dream!
Here's my desk:
I have my books and papers from school. No crafty messes today :(

So I will show you more of my storage area. This shelf is behind my desk. I keep a lot of my embellishments, papers and scrapbooks here. You can see my stack of pretty patterned papers :)
On top of the scrapbooks I also have some fabric I'm hoping to incorporate into my cards and pages!


Here's some of my gift card boxes and cards for sale or with no particular destination yet. 



Thanks for visiting, it's always nice to read your wonderful comments. Hope you enjoyed the tour, I will do better next week and I'll have some craftiness going on on my desk!

Now I'm gonna squeeze in snooping at your desk throughout the week, I do my best to visit as many of you as possible. Happy WOYWW!

41 comments:

  1. Hope you find some time to craft soon. I've got a spare hour which I'm sending your way!

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  2. Hi ya
    hope you manage to get some craftying in, but studies must come first eh, good luck with the degree, lovely tidy storage,have great day, happy WOYWW, sue,x

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  3. Lovely desk and space, have a great day. Hope you get some time to relax and craft too!

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  4. what a great collection of crafty stuff.. got to make time to make things, though.
    have a good week
    sue xx 15

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  5. Looks incredibly organised... well done you!
    Chrissie

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  6. I swear this time zone thing can be so confusing at times. Some places I visit are over 30 hours different. I sure wish you well with your Master's Degree. Been there, done that, but not in education.

    You've got a lot of stash on that one storage cart. I bet you have a very well stocked craft room. Happy WOYWW (#1).

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  7. Love your crafting space. I'm sending you a spare hour that I'm not using at the mo....by the time I reach it I'm just too tired to use it :-)
    A x

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  8. Good luck with the studies and don't worry about the lack of crafting. Love your desk. #44

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  9. Good luck with your degree and I'm sure you'll still find the odd moment or two to pull out all your crafty bits...TFS

    Lorraine #67
    xxx

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  10. Hope you find time to craft in that lovely space soon. Love your ribbon storage and good luck with the Degree. Have a good day, Tracy Evans (18).

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  11. Very organised ... hope you find some crafty time soon X

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  12. That's organised - good luck with the degree and make it a priority to find time for crafting.
    Rebecca #61

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  13. Hi there! Good luck with your course/crafting! You're not alone, cos I'm doing an A Level in English Language, following that with a degree in English as well with a PGCE no doubt to finish up so I can teach. Someone here came up with the suggestion that if you feel the need to make something, do it and get it out of your system, or use it to reward yourself when you've completed a module or a particularly tough piece of work.

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  14. First good job, putting studies first. I hope you find a bit of time for crafting soon. I can add an hour to that already sent :D. TFS! Love the stash.

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  15. its not easy to find the time when you have so much going on but the time you do manage schedule is really precious. I find that I plan my projects, pages etc in my head and make notes to myself during meetings so that I dont waste time at my desk when I'm ready to get inky!
    Have fun!

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  16. Good luck with your Early Years work - tinies are the best age to teach!! Crafting is the best way to chill out after a hectic day!

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  17. I hope you find time to crafts soon. I love your desk with all the nick knacks xx

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  18. such pretty shots, love your desk, love you papers all stacked up and LOVE that the shelf is bowing because of the weight! well done girl! thanks for a great snoop, hugs mandyxx

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  19. Its so hard to get some serious crafty time when you have so many other things to do! Good luck with your degree, and thanks for squeezing a bit of time to show us your desk. Happy WOYWW xx
    Elliefantasy (70)

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  20. Good luck on finding a spare hour, wish I could send you a couple of hours I haven't felt like crafting this week 'cos I have a bug or something.

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  21. here's hoping this is a quiet week and you get to play...i must say i love that basket of gifts!

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  22. very organised

    Thanks for sharing & enjoy your week

    Hugs Candace #86

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  23. Hope you find some time to craft really soon but I bet you are enjoying your degree
    Hugs
    Frankie
    xx

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  24. great desk thanks for the peek
    hugs

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  25. Aw all work and no crafting makes me sad too... hope you get chance to play soon hun .. Hels (52)

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  26. Good Luck with your degree, that's serious stuff.
    Your desk looks great and I love the look of all those paper stacks on your shelf.
    Thanks for sharing and I hope you find just a little crafting time.
    Hugs Lisax

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  27. Aaah....another one! I'm in the second year of my Foundation Degree, haven't done any crafting at all this week, which is most unlike me...so hard to fit everything in. Your workspace looks lovely, tho, hope you find some time to spend in it soon. Helen (46)

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  28. Love the different levels of your desk and so much space on it, too.
    Happy WOYWW
    Linky#124

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  29. Great space. Hope you find time to be crafty. ~jeni :) *106*

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  30. Hope you get chance to have a play soon - lovely organised space there. Thanks for sharing - Sunshine Girl (29)

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  31. Good luck with your classes! You have a wonderful workspace. I hope you can find time to use for something other than studying!

    Katie (83)

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  32. Nice tidy desk, I'm happy to see the cone of thread. What's the white thing halfway up the grey corner thing? Sorry can't work out what either is
    Anne x

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  33. It looks like you have all kinds of fun stuff to play with - when you're done with your studies! Good luck.

    Terry #127

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  34. That whole work/studying thing really gets in the way but it's a very important thing you're doing too. At least your desk will still be sitting waiting for you when you have time to get back to it. Sat Oct 2nd is World Card Making Day btw!

    Hugs
    Brenda

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  35. very organised :)
    Thanks for sharing :)
    *hugs* Heather x

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  36. sorry late this week - loving your crafty space this week Love Liz

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  37. Well good for you - a Masters..crikey! No doubt when you get into more a the new routine you'll be able to carve out a little craft time. Inever noticed your basket with the ribbon in - genius idea for people like me that don't want to get involved in the making of a box thingy!

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  38. Very nice...I love having everything at my fingertips too! Sue 135

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  39. Good luck with the Masters, and don't forget the restorative and de-stressing powers of crafting. I like your bag and basket full of embellishments - must be so easy to find what you need.

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