Wednesday, February 1, 2012

What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday?

Really, who cares what is on my workdesk this week?!  The important thing is that I am now in the same state, same house AS my workdesk.  It is good to be home.  Since my father took ill and we left suddenly the things on my workdesk are the exact same as last week, right down to the two magazines I had planned to read and play with.  I meant to bring those with me but forgot.  These are the same the photos as last week since my camera died I can't prove to you it all looks the same; you'll just have to take my word for it.

Here's another card from what I've been working on lately, playing with my Lemon Flower paper.  The flower was cut out of a sheet of 12x12 that had large flowers all over it.
Look!  Short and sweet...

Edited to add the part I always forget: If you want to stroke your inner voyeur and see what all this workdesk madness is about, check out Julia's blog Stamping Ground.  You'll see that lots of folks open up their blogs and work spaces for you to check out.  It is totally fascinating and addicting.  Go look, you'll see.

26 comments:

Karen said...

Glad to hear you are home safely. I love your card, such pretty Spring colours :)

Have a fab WOYWW and a great week, Karen #108

BumbleVee said...

Home is always the best place to be as far as I am concerned....

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Firstly, hope your pa is better - at times like that, crafting really doesn't matter, nor your desk.
Secondly, love that card! The combination of lemon, green and silvery grey is beautiful.
I'll have to take my shoes and socks off if I want to count further! Hope you are ok after your stressed week...
Hugs, LLJ #68 xx

dix said...

Yes,,very nice cheerful colors in the card. Welcome Home.
dix---

That Craft Place Ltd said...

It must be good to be home, and a relief that your Dad is better!
I didnt see your workdesk last week so its new to me! and i love it!
Lisa 19.
xxx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Yes! I've never liked to travel. I always say that all the comforts of home are at.... well, home!

Jaki Morris said...

What a beautiful card, such delicate colours
Jaki

sandee said...

Hope your dad is doing better, and don't worry, you'll soon have those mags read and desk properly messed up! Love the card, very pretty! waving hi from the hills of NC :)

May said...

Hope all is well with Dad, just love your card, colours are adorable, Hugs May x x x x

okienurse said...

great looking desk! I quit buying magazines cause I couldn't read them, surf on the computer and get any crafting done. Too slow in the uptake division. Gorgeous card! I am offering up some blog candy so come leave a comment on my blog and get a chance to win! Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Vickie #90

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Me again! I Promise (Scout's Honour) NEVER to repeat the word Origami ever again...... :) Can't have you getting the chills now, can I??
Hugs, LLJ #68 xx
PS The above is firmly tongue-in-cheek, please don't take me seriously!

sandra de said...

Hope your pa recovers soon. Love the card and I must admit to not being able to say no to a magazine and that you get to read them real soon.

CraftygasheadZo said...

Great desk, got to love those mags. Hope you enjoyed this WOYWW. Zo x 89

Lisa-Jane said...

Such a pretty card with wonderful zingy colours. Glad you are home with your desk and your stash.

Angie said...

Love the card ....great neat cutting out ...good use of large flower paper...I'm a bit clumsy when I'm cutting out.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Never fear, I won't take you seriously about Origami. Even though it gives me the chills I insist on trying it from time to time. One must practice their bad words you know.

Nicky said...

Hope you get chance to read you mags soon, love your card - thanks for sharing the roll top again x

Elizabeth said...

Hi Judy, there really is nowhere like home ... I like all my things around me and to hand and suffer withdrawal symptoms every time I go away. Your card is lovely, I like the flower and the sentiment. Thanks for dropping in on my blog today ... you mentioned that you like the paper pad I had out and would buy it if you could find in the shops ... it's a Wild Rose Studio pack, Faded Florals - very fifties retro ... is that a maker not available in the USA? Hope you find time to read those magazines this week. Elizabeth x #78

RosA said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments re my ATCs. WOW, that is a fabulous looking punch on your desk? Is it Martha Stewart?

karen said...

I hope your dad is feeling better! It is nice to come home especially after something stressful like that. And you have got back into the swing of things with that pretty card I see!
xoxo Karen

Bridget Larsen said...

Sorry to hear your dad is unwell, old age sucks, hope he is getting better.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

It is a Martha Stewart, called caning pattern. It is very cool.

fairy thoughts said...

i hope your dad is feeling better, I'm sure he is glad you went to him!
very pretty colours on the card
thanks for sharing
janet ######6

scrappymo! said...

Hope your Dad is feeling better...now, enjoy your magazines!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there, thanks so much for popping over, and for sharing. Sorry to hear dad is not well, pray this changes asap, and yep I do love that card! Happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz. x #21

Sheena said...

Lovely card - I hope your father is feeling better.
I'm working my way through this weeks WOYWW - I’m slowly getting there!

Sheena
xxx