Thursday, March 21, 2013

WOYWW #198

What's on your Work desk Wednesday
(Thursday when this post went up)
Yes I am a day late and missed a week, 
I worked the evening shift so could not link on the regular day. 
I put some ejecting foam on the Spellbinders die at the left of the table and it is taking me forever to remove it, I dont like that foam, it came off when I used it and now I can't take it off. It is driving me nuts as I want to use that die. Easter eggs in the jar and chocolate raising edited:(raisins LOL)in the white bowl.
A few projects going on
I don't know what happened to this photo, I must have moved when I took it as its blurry, anyway I put the two little fold up tables together so I could set up a permanent photography section.
This is the desk that has been cleared up, I am going to use it to study as my work is putting me through a course. I can just leave my studying in the corner and not disturb my crafting on the other desk. I need a mural or something on the wall in front hey!!! hahaha
Hop over to Julia's Stomping Ground to see more creative desks

11 comments :

Julia Dunnit said...

It's still Wednesday here, so definitely not too late! Try some nail varnish remover on the ejection foam, or some orange oil....it might 'melt' the plasticy glue. Like the idea that you need a mural..you're well equipped to provide your own!!

Jackie said...

Another tidy cleared up desk we have all been doing it this week!!!!!
I think a big pin board you can put your work on would be great in that space
Jackie 17

susibee said...

What a lovely big craft room you have. Why don't you put some of your scrapbook pages on your bare wall?

Happy WOYWW Susi #67

Janene McAnally said...

I so love your crafting area..so much room to spread out you must feel like you are in heaven at times lol! From one Aussie to another happy WOYWW :-)!
Janene #39

Eliza said...

Hi Bridgett, so glad you could make it, sounds like you are doing more work than play like me. I do hope you are doing well. I am glad you explained to me what that thing was as I was looking at it weird. LOL

Happy Belated WOYWW
Eliza 24

Francesca said...

You have a good large space to work in. Lucky you...getting the little bits out od the SB dies is a nightmare, have you tried the release paper? Francesca #107

MaxineD said...

I use wax paper in my dies - so far no problems in removing them.
As usual, I am in awe of your space :-)
Blessings
Maxine

CreativSpirit said...

Hi Bridget, wow what a great (and organised) space you have. It certainly is large enough to have classes. I know what you mean about the ejector foam, I don't like it either and luckily I only put it on one of my very lacy dies because it took ever so long to remove it and had to finish off with Metho to get the stick off.

RosA said...

Hi Bridget, I am in awe of your fabulous crafting area! It's fit for a king! You can easily decorate that wall yourself, I am thinking :)
RosA
@ 84 WOYWW - last week :)

Karen said...

Hi from a fellow night worker ~ although your nights are my days so in a way we are not IYKWIM!! I have never used that foam and I don't think I'll bother! Thanks for the tip :)
I love your photography booth. Have a great week (what's left of it) xx
Karen #167

Monica said...

It is wednesday morning here in TX. Work does get in the way of crafting and without it we cannot afford all the toys. Go go gone might work with the foam.
Monica. 117