Wednesday, 18 January 2012
What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday 137
Gracious me Julia Dunnit, is that actually something crafty going on at your table?
Yes indeed it is.
And why is it daylight?
Because I took the picture on Tuesday lunchtime, just as Mr Dunnit came home to ask me to go out to make some deliveries. And I was afraid that I wouldn't get back to it. And I was right.
And why is there a large ladder and a fork in the garden, interrupting your erm, view?
Because Mr Dunnit had to repair a wind tortured fence. (The ladder is stored on the ground in a small gap between our shed and said fence panel). What I should have answered is the bleedin' obvious: Mr Dunnit doesn't excel at putting stuff away. Unless it's in his workshop of course!
So what's on your desk?
A pad of fresh, cheerful Tilda papers - the nearest I've come to liking anything Tilda-ish enough to buy it. My jar of buttons...with a few pink ones sprinkled about the desk (sounds artistic that way). Lots of rolls of different size and dimension glue dots. A small deckchair. Yep. Bought for Miss Dunnit as a book holder some years ago, and relatively unused. Now employed for my ipad. A wire bound notebook, standing on its side. I'm using the pages of this book as the 'scrap' surface to swipe, splosh and 'clean' stamps and sponge inks and blah...Elizabeth did something similar last year and ended up with a bunch of wonderful journal pages. We'll see!
So now I've seen yours, shall I show you mine?
Yes, please! Upload a pic of your work station/surface/floor/worktop/armchair/lap tray to your blog, title your blog post with WOYWW and link here. (The title is important, finding the right post can be time consuming enough to make a visitor click away...) Not everyone will visit, but a few will, and believe me, the inspiration is: well, inspirational.
Can I promote my etsy/shop/tv programme/latest product?
No. We love a recommendation based on good service, and no-one minds you mentioning your sources, but really, this is not an advertising platform. It's a bit of fun. If you want to advertise...write a really good blog that people wanna visit. Take my advice, I ain't using it. And if I'm exercising a double standard, it's OK see, because this is my blog.
Thank you a kerjillion times if you got involved yesterday. Huge fun, a great buzz for Stephanie and, as Di almost suggested, we're currently considering our own range of knickers *grin*!