Wednesday, October 6, 2010

What's on your workdesk? Wednesday - 70

If you are looking for Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends, please scroll to the next post. Of course you are welcome to read this one too lol.

OK, I'm late to play today. To the untrained eye, my workspace might look the same as last week. But this week, it's missing the layers of yore. Anyhoo, the sort of florally looking pink punch is the punch for medium i-Tops (see yesterday's post for the items made with this lovely).  Also showing is the pink crop-a-dile I'm using to make a necklace (3 squares). This is on top of my stamp project page for futurama /space stamps. Those are some marvelous jetsonesque transportation devices.  What's significant is what is *not* on my desk :D.

I went to the local overstock store and bought this shoe holder, only I'm using it to store my favorite punches (mostly circles, scallops and martha stewart border punches) and my Club Scrap Idea Card Decks so far. To the left you can see negative cuts from my Cricut held together with painter's tape until they find a home.

If you want to see more workspaces captured in a Wednesday frame of mind, head over to Julia's Stamping Ground blog. Or even better, take a picture and join in the fun :D.

Playing with Serenade with Flowerdisco and Friends - Week 4

It's week 4 already! The lost camera has been found  and recharged (yay).  This week I turned one set of Cricut cuts into two cards by layering the positive and the negatives.  I used the new Papertrey Ink Linen cardstock as the base of both cards, cutting one 8.5 x 11" sheet in two. All the cuts are made from Club Scrap paper from some Pounds of Paper I bought on sale awhile ago. And there is a lot of dimension to both cards with either glue dots or foam tape being used almost everywhere. The sentiment is made with Papertrey Ink's Simple Alphabet stamp set.

The first card is made with positive shapes. The tree branch is stamped with Papertrey Ink's Beyond Basics: Woodgrain stamp set. The sentiment is stamped on a tag tied to the branch. The embellishments are made with Dimensional Pearls.

The second card is made with the negative shapes of the shadow and base stacked over a green base. The edges were inked with Papertrey Ink Chamomile and Chai.
Be sure to check out what everyone else made!

1. Abby-
2. Agnes-
3. Gaby-
4. Helen-
5. Jessica-