Another Wednesday, another Tale from the Studio – and of course I show you my desk.
To start with, the golden oldie layout – lifted from one of my old scrapbook albums.
(I don’t create ‘traditional scrapbook layouts’ anymore but every Wednesday I dive into my albums and lift a ‘golden oldie.’ The layouts I pick are random, YOU – blogreaders – name the number of the album and layout to show. Let me know in a comment which album you want me to open next week and what layout I should show… )
There was no request this week, so I decided to take today’s date and opened album 5 to show layout #1.
When All The Laughter Dies In Sorrow
This is a rather ‘heavy’ layout, but it is dear to me.
You can read the poem and see details of this layout in this old post HERE.
Yesterday was a special day for The Netherlands. After 33 years on the throne, Queen Beatrix signed the abdication deed and her son, Willem-Alexander has become the first king of the Netherlands since 1890, following the abdication of his mother.
I watched the ceremony on television but I also visited one of the many flea markets that were in the city, and found myself some ‘treasures’ for a bargain! One of my finds is an Atlas, which I used to make collages later that afternoon.
A Zillion Lights
The Right Place
Of course I end this post with showing you my workdesk for What’s On Your Work desk Wednesday. Here’s how I found my desk this morning…
Do you like sneaking into other’s studios and peek at other artist’s work desks? Then I recommend you hop on over to Julia’s blog, where you find this week’s list with links to other work desks around the world.
And that’s it for today sweeties.
See you again soon.