Hope you are not all marooned by the ten foot of snow that was forecast by the doom laden panickers. Before you all shout at me, I do realise that some of you might have a lot of snow and I am probably tempting fate, but, hey, it is winter and we do have weather in this country. A snowy day is a good crafting day.
Not a lot to see here as there has been a major tidy up down here. This is not my real desk, just the overflow but at least I can see most of the floor in here now. Well, I could last night, which is when this picture was taken.
Some of you who have come from other areas than Julia's welcoming blog, may now be wondering why on earth I should show you a picnic table with ink pads and a stamp folder on, not to mention a part bottle of Vodka and a tot glass etc. Just follow this link to visit Julia who will explain it so much better than I can.
I am still cataloging all my stamps, having got most of them now into sensible groups in albums. All my trees are now together, all my people in another folder and so on. The sharp eyed will notice that the leaves on my Clarity stamp album have changed colour, partly because it helps to find a given file, partly because it looks pretty and partly because I was bored one day and had a load of Promarkers to hand.
The vodka is actually for crafting purposes, to add to ink misters to prevent the contents going off. The glass was full of Heather Cream (a Baileys taste alike but lighter) and the ink pads came in a special off from Clarity and are just waiting to go back up to the craft room proper for putting away.
I hope you all get the weather you need for whatever you want to or have to do. Take care on any ice and have a good day. Now, it is time you trotted back to Julia to see what other desks are on show over there.