Since I was just getting 'round to some of you last night, today seemed to come extra quick. Every week when I see the number, I am amazed at how long we've been visiting one another's spaces. A lot of the tardiness was due to storms, meaning I had the internet turned off. We're forecast for a repeat this weekend. ::: sigh :::
Remember that nice clean work top from last week? Yeah, well... I'm making good use of the table while I can. My actual work surface is buried under those spinders full of ScrapRack pages waiting for the base to be put together this weekend.
Here, I'm working on June Paper Pumpkin cards for the Stampin Up blog.. yes, I know the July Kit should be arriving any day. Just been one of those weeks. LOL The photo box in the upper left holds all of my current SU stamps. I've stored all of my stamps this way.
Before I started crafting, I used the surface to work on the last of the stamp organization/ cataloging. These two boxes were made from a recycled large flat rate postal box, covered in white contact paper. I've stuck with the Themes/ Calendar year category so that all of my items coordinate. In case you're curious, there are 117 stamps in these two boxes.
That said... I have the Studio G Alphabet sets (those pink labels). I am missing C and K so if you have those and would like to sell, please let me know.
These two boxes are larger misc. stamps/ sets that are waiting for cases. Those should arrive with my SU order today.
Wondering what I'm chattering on about? Each week we are blessed with opportunity to visit other creative spaces around the world, courtesy of Miss Julia. While our sweet travel director, Julia (returning next week), is on a medical hiatus, her friend Jan (LunchLadyJan) is helping us along. So, When you are done visiting me in the Ozarks, please hop on over to Lunch Lady Jan where she has a long list of other studios you can peek into. No standing on an up-turned milk pail to look in the window. We open the doors wide and welcome you. J I can't wait to peek.