Oh yes…. it’s a party today!
Julia posted WOYWW-blogpost #520 today.
FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
That is 10 years of What’s On Your Work desk Wednesday!!
10 years of crafty people getting together online, showing their work desks and connecting.
I joined the WOYWW-tribe in February 2013 and was hooked right away. I became a so-called ‘desker’ that year… Julia talks about this weekly event and what it means to be a ‘desker’ in her blogpost today so if you click the link, you can read it and, if you like, join us at WOYWW. No obligations, step in and step out whenever you feel like it. We’re a nice bunch of crafty ladies welcoming everyone. Read this page on Julia’s blog Stamping Ground for more info about WOYWW.
And this is what it is all about…
My workdesk shows tests with the new ‘stuff’ I bought last week: crackle glaze. I played with it all afternoon yesterday, to get a feeling of how it works and what paint and surfaces work best to use it on.
And I created an ATC to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
Just one ATC, to send to the next desker who’s name will be on the list after me… instead of creating a bunch of ATC’s to swap – and put stamps on all those envelopes to send – I decided to make just one and put all the stamps on that one package, which I’ll fill with all kinds of extra stuff, for the lucky lady that comes after me. (I’ll wait to see who that will be and will try to find ‘matching things’ to put in the envelope, it depends on the person’s interests and style of creating.)
Anyway, here’s the ATC I made.
I know you guys want to visit everyone to celebrate the anniversary so I won’t write a long blogpost today. I’ll just show you my latest art journal pages and then sign off to get dressed (yep, still in pj’s…) go for a walk with my beloved and visit ‘the deskers’ this afternoon (and probably some of you will get a visit later this week, the list will be long today I presume…)
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Have a great day y’all and see you for another ten years of ‘desk-hopping’.