Well today is that day we all look forward to, the day when we all rush to the laptop/tablet at silly hours compared to normal and start typing, oh and, of course, we stand in our PJ's taking photos of our desks/spaces (or is it just me!) or if we are slightly more organised we take photos when it's not so gloomy. I confess I'm slightly more organised this week, my photos were taken later on Tues when my project was at that boring stage of glue drying. Now before I carry on - I am aware I am rambling, I insist you go over to The Stamping Ground, read the rules and join in!
Right my desk is a definite WIP state of affairs all inspired by Sam (Hettiecraft). When we first met at the 1st Crop Sam was working on an amazing Christmas album and then this year I got to see the final album and I was blown away. Now the crafter in me needed to make my own, but wasn't sure so I have trawled through Pinterest, watched video's on Youtube and finally decided to just start. Being my first I wanted to do a general theme. So I found a tutorial for a bag album as I had a number of bags in my stash. I've tweaked it a little to suit, but I feel I know what I'm doing and know where I'm going with it!!
Here's the photos -
My altered box (was a dog food box) to hold my fav & best Tim Holtz, Dylusions & Wendy Vecchi stamps so they are to hand.
Lots of bits and bobs drying really.
Some of the drying parts for the album. I'm at the decorating the base pages before I bind it all together stage. I'm using some fab Studio Calico papers that I bought along with matching stickers etc. They are all super designs, but neutral in theme.
Now most of you spotted the new Ebosser on the right side desk last week, but no one spotted the 2 new Smash books!! The brown one and the dark blue one on the top shelf!
Anyway I'll stop now, I will share my album and how I did it once it's done. Okay time for a shower, then coffee then I'll be back!
Take care Zo xx