Hello from a very, very busy Magpieheaven! Welcome to all my followers and friends and 'Hi' to my newest follower, Lynne. Sorry, but this post is a bit later than usual, as moving Magpie Granny has been rather exhausting and there is still lots to do to help her settle in. I do actually have something on my work desk, though! Strictly speaking, it's the top of my washing-machine in my conservatory where I take photos; it's the lightest room in the house so when it's not too cold I do craft a bit in here too! Now, in case you're wondering why I should be displaying what's on my washing-machine top - where have you been all this time!? WOYWW stands for What's on your Workdesk Wednesday and that is the greatest blog-hop around, hosted by the wonderful, Julia Dunnit. Click here if you want to know more. So this is what I have on my work desk atm! Not much sign of any progress with these new arrivals, but I did make a card for my mum yesterday with other materials from my stash, which features on yesterday's blog!
Also my son was sorting out a bureau in his room and he found some rubber stamps. A friend of mine asked me to draw some designs for her years ago and she had them made into stamps. I've always liked to draw and doodle and I used to doodle fairies and tree spirits over everything! She no longer crafts so it was quite strange to see them again! I'm not sure if I'm brave enough to show these to you: maybe next week I'll try creating a project using them, but I'm afraid I'll never equal the skill of Lynne Perrella, one of my favourite artists! Great news is that Kevin has at last started to fit our kitchen cupboards. The light is poor in the kitchen or I would have photographed the few handle-less ones that we have so far. Maybe next Wednesday they'll be a more interesting post, featuring pics of some Christmas cards and the evolving kitchen - possibly with handles on the kitchen doors - captured in the daylight! I might even have the courage to create using my own artwork! In the meantime thanks to all those of you who have been so supportive about my mum's move. Have a great WOYWW, one and all, and I'll try to have something interesting to show you next time you drop by!