Wednesday, September 26, 2012

What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday

Well how is everyone going, I have been so busy in the garden and working on putting new storage shelving in our garage that no cards have been done now for over a week.. I know its terrible isn't it !  There has been some browsing as you can see on my desk.  There are some new magazines with, don't ya love it, free stamps to use.  So can see some crafting in the next few days for me..  The card on my desk is one I made in a class not long ago, got to post to a friend for her birthday so reminding me by sitting there.
So here is my desk.....


The vegetable garden is in full swing now with more planting of corn, lettuce, zucchini and some more trellis for more snow peas, so we hopefully get some to get all the way inside.  I don't have any idea who eats them off the vines??? shhhh hehehe.
The beetroot rows I showed last week of just dirt has popped up today, so nice to see little rows of tiny plants.

I am also pleased to have a new follower Frances. So pleased you have joined as a follower and hope you enjoy popping in from time to time to have a peek what is going on.  I am a bit scarce at this time of year for making cards as spring is such a busy time in the vegetable garden for me..
   
So have a peek at Julia's stamping ground to see what other people are doing on there workdesk today...

Have a great day 
Sandy :)

19 comments:

  1. C'mon then, you've got me intrigued... what ARE snow peas? Hehehehe.

    Interesting magazines on your desk, I don't recognise the top one?

    Thanks for stopping by...

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  2. I know how you feel. When we were in the middle of moving I felt like I needed to get my "Card fix"!!!
    Good luck with the garden! What class did you take? The place where I was taking Copic classes is closing. Guess it's back to the internet for instuction!
    Have a fun day! Cute card on the desk!!!

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  3. Oh I think we need to see that garden too! Hope your beetroot is successful - ours was poor - not enough sun I think. You can make the beetroot chutney that I posted on my blog last week. Yum! x Jo

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  4. It really sounds funny that you are just planting your veg when we have nearly finished harvesting ours for this year...the world really is a smaller place isn't it? Hope we get to see your garden soon.
    Hugs,
    A x #64

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  5. Great snoop here today, Sandy! I've read on other blogs about these "free stamps" and now, thanks to you, I can see the names of some mags that do that. I will be checking them out ... best of luck with all your vegies! How about pictures of your garden next time?

    Beautiful picture on your desk there!

    Thanks for coming by my place earlier! Have a great week! Darnell #74

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  6. Your garden sounds wonderful. It's been nice to visit your desk today. Happy Wednswday. :o)
    Sue x (MiniOwner #72)

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  7. Hi Sandy, that card on your desk for your friend is stunning! Good luck with the beetroot and also hope you manage to get some snow peas inside before too long........Happy WOYWW, Anne x #65

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  8. Thanks for sharing your workspace, the stamping mags look intriguing
    Happy WOYWW and have a creative end to the week.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  9. you really need to post some pictures of that garden so I can be totally envious of the fresh snow peas and beets instead of just half way besotted! Our garden fried in the some heat and water rationing this year. I think Oklahoma and parts of Australia are similar in heat and drought issues. I noticed we have similar tastes in magazines this month. I get cardmaker on digital and wish they would all go that direction! Have a great week. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #87

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  10. Lots of nice magazines for you to browse through - and all the better when they include free stamp sets. Just the thing to relax with after all the gardening!
    Bernice #69

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  11. Oh, that is a lovely pile of inspiration! Makes me want to dig right in. :) Best of luck with your garden! Happy WOYWW! Tammy #102

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  12. I love stamps lol. I hope that you have a blessed do.
    Melissa #38

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  13. Ah... new magazines with free stamps-always a good thing if you ask me. I find them inspirational, but if I were you I wouldn't look at them until I had time to sit down and play. Otherwise it is just too frustrating. The card from your friend is very pretty. I have that stamp so I know she did a lot of work to color it up so nice.

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  14. Oh no...no crafting. :-( But your garden seems to be coming along!!! Have a great week. Brigita #116

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  15. Well having those magazines should get your card making juices flowing and the bonus being those stamps!!

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  16. Fabby free stamps and mags, oh, I need to have some too!

    Warm hugs
    Maarit

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  17. I am a collector of books for inspiration, Thanks for your visit and sweet luv. Hugs.

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  18. Looks like you have some pretty interesting stuff on your desk. It's fun to snoop isn't it!!!!
    Sandy

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  19. Now those magazines look interesting and with stamps too what a bonus. Your vegi patch sounds yummie, my dad has one and has just dropped in some fresh silverbeet for tea. Thanks for visiting me, sorry been busy this week and haven't had the time, but you can see that ha....

    Hugs Eliza, who needs more sleep

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