Workdesk Wednesday...


Time again to show off our Workdesks over at Julia's Stamping Ground.  Here's my crafting space, not a lot going on today.  A box of cards waiting for envelopes and inserts, a fabric flower to finish making into a brooch, a crafty to do list as long as your arm and the wooden chest still to alter.

I've had comments over the weeks at how tidy my desk is.  My craft bench is in the conservatory, lovely for the natural light but not such a good idea in the height of Summer, everything has to be packed away otherwise the sun will fade it.  I'm off now to book tickets for the Knitting and Stitching Show, that'll be one thing off the to do list.  Happy Wednesday!

9 comments:

  1. Love your space, lots of wonderful light. I know what you mean about the sun though. Can't wait to see the box once it is altered!

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  2. I'd love to have a conservatory! Happy creating and enjoy the show!

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  3. Fab daylight! I moved out of my conservatory as I got too hot during summer (not much bloomin chance of that at the mo!) thanks for sharing Happy WOYWW Hugs Rebekah #60 xx

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  4. Can't beat good daylight - looks a great place.
    Thanks for sharing today!
    Sarah

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  5. Love your space! It must be so awesome to have so much natural light...even if you have to be tidy! LOL. Good luck with your to do list- Amanda #45

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  6. That flower looks very interesting ...I envy your good light ...but not the packing away.I often make a 'to do' list and then bury it under all the bits lol

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  7. Now being in the conservatory is a great idea to force tidiness! Bet there are days when it's too hot to work out there though. Pretty flower, a brooch is a nice idea.

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  8. Lovely tidy workspace in such a good position but I could soon mess it up if you want!! LOL!
    Love JoZarty x

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  9. You can't win can you. If you have good light, then it all fades things. If your light is not too good, then you end up with eye strain etc. Thank you for your visit earlier, sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. We have been visiting grandchildren, I am sure you understand.

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