Good Wednesday morning!  Today is the 100th WOYWW and since I haven’t been able to play along recently I went and checked out Julia’s Blog, Stamping Ground, to catch up on things.   The Second Anniversary Week (104) is coming up soon too and there is something special planned for that week.

Anyhoo, as I’ve been saying recently . . . it’s wet here!  Once again it rained all through the night and the street corner flooded again.  I’m pretty damned tired of all this rain!  My carpet squares came up once again and beach towels were put down to soak up the water.

Since I’m still working on super top secret projects, I moved my work desk upstairs.  I needed to complete the project and do a video tutorial at the same time, and that’s why you see the tripod sitting out on the counter.

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There’s a small peek of my project under the pad of Graphic 45 paper too!

Now I have to find the time to work on my project for The E-Team Hop . . .

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I feel like I’m flipping from one thing to another and not getting anything done!  Oh well, thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

SHERRY SIGNATURE

17 Responses to “What’s on Your Workdesk #100!”

  1. Well just look at how neat and tidy your box is! Everything I own has little snippets of paper and crud down inside it!

  2. Now you have me really curious. Hope you get some sunshine and dry weather, soon.

  3. Can’t wait to see what you created with the Graphic 45 paper sitting on top of the secret project. I have the same paper and am looking for some ideas; also have stamps that coordinate with the paper. I made a graduation card for a young lady who loves theater and is very artistic with some of the paper using the “applause” stamp and the “woman” one. Tulle was added with glitter flowers and rhinestones. It definitely isn’t your typical graduation card, but my daughter ordered it and loves it, so that’s what counts.

  4. I wonder if there’s a “stop rain!!!” dance we could do???

    So, a secret project, huh? Well, pooh! (lol) Can’t wait to see what you’ve created!!

  5. Now that’s just plane mean… leading us on like this….. :)
    Can’t wait to see your top secret projects…… I’ll be back!

  6. Can’t wait to see this project. My MOJO has left and my work desk nor yours is giving me any inspiration:( Hope your project will give me the boost I need right now!!!

  7. Sherry, I hope it soon dries out for you!! You have been battling water for too long. I can’t wait to see your projects.

  8. Not much of a peek (you tease) that G45 paper is very popular and I love that you film your own TUT good luck with getting everything finished on time

    Love Dawn xx

  9. Know how you feel – crafters so need a 5 day weekend, and a cleaner, cook and…
    Its not just the creations but all the documenting and blogging too, every night I say I will go to bed earlier and there I am at 2am tweaking a button and fighting with Blogger. But we just love it so much and I just adore your creations and talent – it will see you through! Wishing you strategy, inspiration and artful joy!
    Thanks for sharing your space today…

    Sarah at 4

  10. Love that G45 paper – must get hold of some… looking forward to the ‘reveal’ on the secret crafting :)

  11. Top secret project…sounds very interesting! I like the idea of keeping all the pieces of a project neatly inside a drawer or box.

  12. Love the look of that Graphic 45 pad, Shaz #112

  13. beautiful goodies, Beautiful workspace, thank you for sharing your workspace, Happy WOYWW 100, 100 weeks of this! wow, #3

  14. Can’t wait to see your new 45 project! Love how you have it all contained in a project drawer like that. I “try” to do that as well! Happy WOYWW Sue #26

  15. Ooh, sneak peaks – hidden treasures – Love it! Hope you get some respite from the rain soon, we desparately need it here, but will moan when it arrives!

  16. I love your dirty bird! Secret project….interesting and mysterious!

  17. Love your ingredients, looking forward to seeing your projects 😀

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