Technically, this is not my work desk.. you can just see part of that in the top right. This foreground shot is of my new cutting station. The two filing cabinets in the front will serve as the base for my ScrapRack unit. Then the rest of the length.. formed by four 3-shelf book cases will be used as a cutting station for my Vagabond and Cricut tools. I think the tool caddy Bob made me several years ago is in it's forever home. Well, forever as soon as Bob gets the shelf board cut that will cover this entire top for an even playing surface. We just ran out of time before he had to head back out onto the boat for the next 21 days. So yes, for the next 21 days I am in limbo again.
A couple of weeks ago I showed the carpet boxes I was cutting apart. What I didn't show was the ginormous Ziplock bag - XXL (2'W x 2.5'L or 60CM x 82CM) that was BULGING with misc. chip board, cardboard, foamboard, matboard. I went through the entire contents and cut things down that I wanted to keep and used most of the cardboard as garden mulch.
I kept the mat board pieces, larger foam core, larger chip board and fit the 'keepers' into this:
Initially, this cabinet held all of my StampinUp 12x12 cardstock. I've since moved it to 'file' storage on the top and repurposed these drawers to hold the condensed cardboard bag. If I can not fit something into a drawer I either have to swap with something already in there or pitch. But once I'm able to start constructing mixed media pieces, I don't see that as a delimma. :-)
So why am I showing you a sneak peek? Because this is what is on my desk and every week near 100 bloggers join in the snoop of each others workspaces courtesy of Miss Julia at StampingGround. You are welcome to join us! I'm sure what you have on your desk is way more exciting than mine!