Wednesday, 29 June 2011


Hello - Wednesday again and time to get nosy looking at everones desks. Not sure what I am on about hop over to stamping ground blog and see what it all about.

My pictures are of the right hand side of my desk today. This contains all of my papers (12 x 12, 8 x 8, 6 x 6 and A4), blank cards ready for making up and all of mybit of papers that I cant bear to throw out. I have so many as I used to get some from work - when i worked for Readicut.  I also have a photo of my side desk that I use to cut. The brushes are from INKYLICIOUS a fab shopand online shop in Batley that sells all things stamping. Deby that owns it has been on Create and Craft with her brushes and I think they are fab.It is my local shop so I do pop in often.

Signing on day today and I am meeting a friend for a coffee at the Mill Village, Batley straight after so that I dont feel quite so depressed about having to claim. I know I have worked all of my life and to claim my Pay in lieu of notice after being made redundant I have to claim job seekers but why do I feel the lowest of the low.......and for a depressing £67 a week...... I really dont know how people survive on this longterm.  Bring on a job soon please........


  1. Your desk looks very organised. Have fun meeting your friend.

    Laura #61 x

  2. A desk under a window and a friend for lunch. Life is good. I wish you much sucess in stretching your craft muscles. I too have done my fair share of uncredited work so I hear you. Try sending to Scrapbook News and Review, they have a regular call out and a lovely on line magazine.
    Keep smiling and creating

  3. Very neat and tidy - have heard good reports about the brushes...
    Hope you will call by Friday for the first My Mojo Monthly. Thanks for sharing today.
    Sarah at 6.

  4. Your workspace is very tidy!
    Happy WOYWW

  5. nice neat desk. Love all the organization. Vickie #39

  6. I've got everything crossed for you in respect of finding another job - something will come up, and you should view this transistion period as a paid sabbatical that will enable you to recharge your batteries and indulge in some shameless self indulgences...

  7. Hopefully, you had a great time with your friend, and soon find the job you have always wanted. In the meantime, take time to recharge your batteries and look around properly, as others have already said.