Hello Peeps – We’re back again for the weekly deskhop with Julia and all her friends. I was MIA last week, busy, knee deep in stuff, whatever, I don’t recall!! The weeks are whizzing by in such a blur at the moment, that’s all I know!
My desk this week is from Sunday as it’s been too cold to go in to my room when I get in from work since then, it seems a waste to heat the room when I’m only going to be in it for an hour or so before I get dinner and then spend the rest of the evening downstairs. And by too cold I mean it’s been well below freezing here the last couple of days (think -12C before wind chill type of temperatures), and we’ve even had a light dusting of snow with the promise of a bit more later this week too.
I did get about six Christmas cards made at the weekend and another eight started, I really only need a few more now and I’m done making them. Next will be the writing of them which is always the hard part!
That’s it for me this week, keeping it short so you can pop around more desks!
Happy WOYWW. I cannot imagine not being able to get in my craft room on a regular basis. Can you put together a selection of basics, so you can get creative in a warmer part of the house in the evenings? One advantage of crafting digitally is that I can sit with my laptop in front of the tv. Ali x #42
I’ve just been watching an item on the BBC news about the low temps and snowfall across the mid part if the US. Hope you don’t get snowed under!
Well done for making a start on your Christmas cards, I really do have to pull my finger out….
Hugs, LLJ 18 xx
Carol N said:
Do you hear that??? Your room is calling you! LOL! I think I live in my room. Hope you can get some warmer weather and play again! Thanks for popping by! Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #48
Sandy Leigh said:
I am still stitching reindeers for a few special Christmas cards. Your desk looks so clean and inviting! Happy Wednesday! Sandy Leigh #53
Chris Porter said:
Gosh, that does sound cold! Glad it’s not stopped you crafting, though, and that you’re on the home straight with the Christmas cards. Happy WOYWW, Chris # 8
I read your good news/bad news post first – urgh, it’s cold with you! Talk about extremes! I hope it doesn’t stay like this till February for you….urgh, again! Is ee you’ve been making more of thse genius 3d ornaments, such a great idea. Not sure where I am with Christmas cards just yet, but I do agree..the writing of them is a bit of a marathon!
I heard on the news too, like LLJ, about how cold it is throughout the States – hoping you don’t get too much snow too soon!! Nice to see your desk, even if it is cold and feeling lonely upstairs without you!! Helen 4
Brrr it’s cold here too. It was 13 degrees this morning but no snow! Love your space and those beautiful ornaments! Happy WOYWW
I know the snow makes it feel Christmassy but you can have too much. Hope it’s okay where you are. Have a great crafty week, Angela x 28
I’m sorry it’s been so friggin’ cold and it’s not even winter yet! But you have been productive at your desk and I see your punchlings there! I also think you changed the look of your blog, so you’ve been busy with that as well! I hope you guys haven’t been buried in snow since you wrote this post!! Hugs, Darnell
Brrrrrr it really is cold at your place and it is not easy staying in a slightly heated room and get lots of cool ideas. Your place is so nice and that pink glue thing is great! Happy creating though!!!
That’s a bright, colourful, wonderful workspace! It has been cold here too, but we have not had the horrific snowstorms that our neighbours to the south have been dealt. I hope that you have a fun, crafty weekend in your beautiful space and that this nasty snow thing stops!!!!! Nann45
Ooooo I love the spaghetti jars full of ink pads.