Wednesday, 8 December 2010

WOYWW - settling in to my space in the attic :)

This is what my desk looked like a few weeks ago or so...far too sparse!


I spent quite a bit of time on Sunday unloading bags and organising my craft space, so that now my workdesk is workable on, and I have my essential crafting supplies to hand!


I had to laugh to myself though when I saw the full cup of tea in each of these shots!!!  I found it very difficult to work in the sparser space, although looking at the images, there isn't much difference!  I've moved the cuttlebug and it's gubbins onto a shelf elsewhere and the table shelf now has some wooden stamps and some pieces waiting to go to Julie in the States ;)  I must just prefer the look of wooden stamps to a cuttlebug!


I managed to squeeze in a tiny bit of me time last night - much easier when you are at the top of the house and the rest of the family are scattered about the house!  I used some 'I believe' reindeer paper by My Mind's Eye and decorated a little tag book.  For the main feature of the front cover I made a large tree in the style of the one printed on the paper whilst watching 'Miranda' - such a funny sitcom!

Have fun perusing the desks of those who choose to join in with, what is known in these circles as 

19 comments:

  1. ooh looks a like a creative space :))

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  2. Looking good Sarah. Thanks for sharing. #21

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  3. I wonder why you are now placed in the attic...is it because of the beautifully exposed brickwork? I love seeing bricks on show. The tag book is really cute, cute enough to match the cute owl on your PC.
    Have a lovely day
    Sue xx

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  4. Looks great, I keep trying to convince my husband to build me a space in the attic, so far he hasn't bought the idea - probably because he realises that while I hide out up there he'll have to deal with all the kids lol!

    Sarah x

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  5. That looks quite a small space to be so creative in!!

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  6. I do like your draws, look like mini bowls, now next week you'll have to show us what's in them!! Have a Happy WOYWW!
    ((Lyn))#53

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  7. Great to snoop another desk - lovely little tag too.

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  8. Starting to look very creative Sarah, you'll probably continue moving things around until you get the right location for everything. I like the idea of being able to hide up there!

    Hugs
    Brenda 83

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  9. Looking very tidy to me Sarah, I prefer the look of wood stamps on my shelves too LOL. Love the look of your tag book and the Christmas tree on the front is gorgeous. Tracy Evans x x

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  10. have great fun organising your new crafty space....thanks for the crafty snoop...hugs kath xxx No 47

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  11. That's a lovely space all to yourself and you are making it your style now too. Lucky you!
    JoZarty x

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  12. I was thinking when you mentioned the cups of tea that it's quite a hike up to the attic from the kitchen, so make sure you put an electric kettle and some PG Tips in your studio...well, PG Tips is the only English tea I can get nearby...
    It's looking good, girlie!

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  13. Hey, it looks like this space is going to work out! It is starting to look hopping already! Darling tag.

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  14. Love the look of your new crafting space...Looks nice and quiet no one to disturb you !Have fun
    hugs judex#6

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  15. Now that looks like a very tidy space and its in the attic how cute. Can you lock them all out ... it sounds ideal. I also have cups of tea in nearly every woyww pic!!

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  16. That's looking like a great space to work, and I guess like most things it needs to settle in. The tag book is lovely.

    Bernie #81

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  17. Looks like the perfect crafty snug to me :D

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  18. Great space! Thank you for sharing. Pop over to my blog for my brand new blog candy!

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    Maggie
    xx

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  19. Ooh I like the new organised space - those drawers in the little cabinet remind me of primary school! I'm with you about the stamps, but I can't have my cuttlebug out of immediate reach anymore!

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