I wish I had thought to take pics of my desk all weekend as that's where I spent most of my time! I made several page layouts with new product from the store to give customers a sample for ideas. (I love my job!) I'll show you some of those in a minute. For now...here's my workdesk, workspace. Actually I like to think of it as my "play space"! That sounds more appealing to me!
Tonight I decided to make a card for my granddaughter Remi who lives in another state. Her Daddy, (my SIL) work schedule changed again and it will be 3 weeks before we get to see her again. This last visit I didn't get to see her much as they took a mini-vacation to Great Wolf Lodge. I found a new blog for a sketch to make a card. It's called Card Positioning Systems. I liked the sketch and based my card on it. I may just enter it in their challenge! The image and sentiment is digital that I got from Doodle Pantry. I just love this little bunny. The papers I used for this card were scraps of some old Bo Bunny. It's so old I have no clue what line it is! Here's a close up of the card but don't look too closely at my coloring. It's not all that pretty. I still need to practice shading. It's not my best work but it will be ok. The image started out as a circle and I thought it was too big so decided to make it an oval using Creative Memory templates. I free handed the mat for it. To give it some dimension I put some chipboard behind the image and popped the sentiment with foam tape.
I didn't really use all those colors. Not sure why I got them all out. Sorry, I didn't keep track of what I used.
Here is one of the two page layouts that I did over the weekend.
Ok...enough about my "play space". How about you hop over to Julia's Stamping Ground. There you will find lots of creative people from all over the world showing their workspaces. Most are messy just like mine but none of us care (too much) although I must admit I've not let you see it when its REALLY messy! Maybe soon. Anyway when you visit you will see all sorts of creations in process and finished ones. It's really quite fun. Thanks for stopping by!