Well what an amazing week having a look at everyone's blogs for the WOYWW. Click here to have a look at Julia's blog who runs the weekly WOYWW event.
There are certainly some good WOYWW detectives out there. I thought I'd only really included a picture of my craft desk but some of you realised what it was. Earlier in the year I seriously considered giving up cardmaking altogether as I couldn't cope with craft stuff all around the dining area of the lounge/diner and stuff all over the dining room table. We then saw details of the Workbox so we started to save. I was concerned though as it was so expensive but as I make my cards to sell to raise funds for charity, if I gave up cardmaking the charities would lose out, it was something we as a family were prepared to do.
Thankfully we did manage to get one half price as it had been put up in the shop and had got marked/damaged in a few places. We had to go to Oxford to have a look and after using my brother-in-law's MPV it was brought home and has been living in my house since. Yes, it took my husband a while to put up and he put some polyfilla over a couple of marks but after spending some considerable time, I was 100% happy with the Workbox. I am amazed how much I have used up since having it as before I did not have the "will or way" to go looking for stuff even though I knew I had it. I haven't gotten around to labelling the shelves but seem to remember where things are and it has made things so much easier for me and the charities haven't lost out. I am supposed to shut the Workbox down after each session but that doesn't always happen but when visitors come it just looks like a wardrobe in our front room!!!!
These are some photos from June 2010 when it became my best friend:
Well, onto WOYWW this week. Here are some photos of my worktable taken today. I have some preparations for some commissioned cards on there and some digital images I have printed off and some I have coloured in and some I haven't. I collect Keel dogs and often I have a "visitor" come and sit at my desk. This time it is Jasper the Dalmatian.