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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

WOYWW #275

It's time for What's On Your Work desk? Wednesday. It's that fun time of the week when we can have a peak at other crafters, from around the world, work desk. If you would like to know what all this is about, to to Julia's blog Stamping Ground.

I haven't participated in the weekly snoop in awhile. My life has been a little busy lately. Well without further ado, here's my desk.
I'm playing with one of my new dies from Crafter's Companion. I'll be using this die to make my Christmas cards. I'm trying it out with different ink colors to see which color I like more.

Here's a close up of the die.

Here's the other side of my desk. The front container holds my sponge applicators. I took my colored pencils out of the tin box and placed them in the black bucket. I finally finished collecting the rest of the Spectrum Noir markers, and I also bought the stand to hold them. The card, on the right, is one I entered in one of the JustRite challenges.

That's it for me. Thanks for stopping by.
Have a Blessed Day
Hugs,
Regina

14 comments:

Winnie said...

I am in love with that die! So beautiful how you used it. Perfect reflection for the season! Winnie#48

Hazel said...

I love my spectrums - also have copics and promarkers, but tend now to reach for the spectrums. The Christmas die looks interesting (might have a little look on CC for that). Thanks for sharing your workspace today. Hope you have a great day and a lovely crafting week to come. Hazel, WOYWW #45 x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Gosh those Christmas cards are pretty - that die is so detailed. It makes for a very delicate effect. I like it :-)
Hugs, LLJ 30 xx

Chrysalis said...

Hi Regina - good to have you back (I thought I hadn't seen you around for a while). I love that die. The cards will be lovely. Have a great week, Chris # 34

Carole said...

With that die the cards is just about complete. Be well ~ Carole #71

Neet said...

Those pens look good in that container - and I love that die.
Hugs, Neet 35 x

glitterandglue said...

That die is lovely, Regina. Enjoy making your cards to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #4

Lisca Meijer said...

Hi Regina, Thanks for stopping by and snooping on my desk and leaving a comment.
Your Christmas die/template is so lovely! It does it all for you and there isn't much work left to do. Handy when you have to make loads of cards.
My mouth fell open when I saw your box of sponge applicators. I have one! (one applicator to do distressing. Can you do a tutorial on how and when to use sponge applicators?
Have a blessed week too,
Lisca#40

trisha too said...

You Christmas cards are going to be wonderful, Regina--what a beautiful die!

Thank you so much for stopping by this week. You know I haven't woyww-ed for some time, either--it's so nice to be able to be blog snooping again!!

:)trisha
#72 this week

Kelly said...

Welcome back, Regina. Neat die. Looking forward to an up close of a finished card.
Congrats on getting all of the Spectrums. Creative Blessings! Kelly #67

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I was here earlier but I must have failed to post. Sorry about that! Love your space and your makrer storage. I have that too but don't have all the markers yet.
Glenda #52

daqadoodles said...

Thank you for visiting me! That die is great for making batches of cards, as you don't need to add much more to the card!
I like your storage box for the applicators and sponges, I hadn't thought of that yet but I should do that too, as I prefer those wedge/makeup sponges and like to use one for each colour of distress ink. But to find the sponge that matches the ink takes time ofcourse.

Thank you for the look on your desk!
Debbie / Daqa #25

Nikki C said...

You always have such amazing dies out that one is just beautiful have fun figuring out what you like best hugs Nikki 8

Ohhh Snap said...

Thanks for visiting my blog earlier in the week! I was just looking at that device to clean out die cuts. Is it effective on the really small pieces? It is a beautiful die, your cards will be stunning : ).

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