Wednesday, 11 May 2011

WOYWW#101

Hi there everyone. Wednesday again so it's time to pop over to wonderland aka Julia at Stamping Ground to see what's going on on the desks of the world!
Well, it's taking me forever to sort my new space out but I am finally getting round to using it! (Still can't find everything but no suprise there is there?)
On the left you can see the 3 cards I did the other day, along with some more images done ready to use.
In the middle there is a little wall haging in the process of being altered and next to that is the beginning of a little book.

Then I thought you may like to take a look at my cupboard which is beginning to take on a personality!
Outside:

Inside:
12 x 12 scrapbook shelving storage houses papers and other bits. The storage containers at the top are where I keep some of my rubber stamps.
So there you are. My place this week. Hopefully I'll see more of yours this week........
Be blessed in your art today.

18 comments:

jude said...

Wow loving your new craft den.Love the way your displaying your tags too.Your card images are stunning love the stamp!
Happy Creative wednesday
judex 8

NormaJean said...

Hi Neil, Love your work area, and your work is amazing!! I dont post to much but I check your blog often... I love your work.. and Happy WOYWW!!
Hugs Norma Jean

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Love popping voer to your desk Neil an all its bib and bobs!! so much fun and great to see how your workspace is coming together. Well done, TFS, and for popping over too, Shaz in oz.x

Katzele said...

oooh aaaaah uuuuh, I see something very familiar ;-)

Dragon said...

OOO, I have been wondering how you were getting on in your sheddy paradise!!! It's really coming on isn't it!! That cupboard just shouts out to be raided!!! tee hee... have a good week
Frankie
xx

Dawn said...

Those mask cards look rather good! I to must do something with all the tags I make ;0) love your on all the doors. That rower next to the doors looks like the leaning tower of Pisa gosh so many goodies to see thanks for sharing

sasa said...

This will have to be the most organised and constructive use of a shed that I have ever seen owned by a chap in my entire life. Women and shoes...no it's men and shed stuff. Savour every moment and cm of space!
Thanks for sharing today,

Sarah at 5

JoZart said...

Your new space is certainly looking so well organised, ship shape but really very, very,interesting. I love the images I can spy too.....
JoZarty x.

Bella said...

Glad to hear you are up and running in your new space. Lots more elbow room! Thanks for the peak!

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh lots of fab stash to play with there! have fun - Sunshine Girl No. 24

Sarpreet said...

love your little box of storage, use the same glue, thank you for sharing. Happy WOYWW 101, not long left until the 2nd anniversary, have you done your PIF? #2

Helen said...

Lovely to see how you are settling in to yur new crafty home! Wonderful art on your cupboard doors and the desk too.

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh Neil, it's like a birthday everyday! The light is fab in your new space too! Am not at all thinking you're being smug about having finished your PiF. Just making me PANIC is all!! I should take your example and have more than one thing on the go...

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Wow you are always busy...Love the cupboard and looks like you have great window lighting. I hate to move anything..never to find it again!!
Happy 101...enjoy

Twiglet said...

Fab post today - you are so busy. I need to get down to some crafting now I have finished gardening!!

Elaine Harding said...

Loving your new workspace and look at all those neat piles! Your work's amazing! Elaine#16

Tracey said...

Just received one of your gorgeous ATC's in the stampman swap and wanted to say a big thankyou for your lovely little work of art, love the design, thanyou Neil - have a great weekend x

Aj* said...

Neil Im going to have to steal your closet idea, currently building a brand new studio in one of our outbuildings attached to the house.

Where do you source your boxes that you keep your stamps in ?


Aj.