This week on my desk is the... wait for it. The finished stationary box woot. It took a bit longer than I thought it would, but gee I really enjoyed doing it. I can see me making another one later on. Its a great gift idea, you can see more pictures in a previous post Here. The card on my desk is another to add to the man stash of cards filling the teen boy category. I just need some baby cards now, that stash is empty. So that will be something that I will have to rectify.
So here is my desk.....
Have a great day
I really like your stationery box.Love those crisp clean colours.ReplyDelete
You've done a great job on making the sationery box . love it happy crafting jill #52ReplyDelete
LOVE the stationary box, do you have a template for it? I'd love to make one too! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina where I cannot sleep and it's 2:51am..::sigh:: #50ReplyDelete
oops, it's late, maybe I am sleepier than I thought, lol, I saw the link and have now saved it, thanks...::yawn::....lolReplyDelete
Love the stationary box. Nothing good comes about in a few minutes. Very nice colors! Vickie #67ReplyDelete
What a beautiful stationery box! I LOVE it! Gorgeous colours! Happy WOYWW! Victoria #87ReplyDelete
Loving the stationeery set.ReplyDelete
Happy WOYWW. x
LOVE IT!!! I just love the box and the card is great too. I might have to get busy making some now. That is the one thing about traveling all these wonderful desk. You get so many ideas, one doesn't know what to start making next.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing. See you next week.
Mindy - The Determined Scrapper
That's a brilliant stationary box Sandy! Amazing work. No wonder it took some time but oh my it was worth it ;DReplyDelete
Happy WOYWW ~ Neesie #13
Oooh love the box - thanks for sharing. Sunshine Girl No. 58ReplyDelete
Love the stationary box, really love the colour too.ReplyDelete
I am in love with your stationary box! It's definitely a labor of love and it shows!!!
Hugs, Kay #36
Waitaminnit! Didn't the coffee mug tree used to have something else on it besides rolls of tape and whatever those other circular things are? Sorry, I got distracted by that when the real beauty is that stationary box! It is so gorgeous! And I love the colors. I know weirdos here that insist green and purple do not go together ever. Shows what they know, I know it is a beautiful color combo. Love the man card too.ReplyDelete
I did a workshop the other day and my card idea came from a baby card but I changed it around to make it a Happy Birthday one. I don't have much use for baby cards these days but I have a few baby things for when needed. I'm sure you'll make some great ones!
What a genius use for a mug tree. I bet I can find one at a charity shop and then charity and I will be happier! I love the colours of your stationery box; unexpected but so right.ReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by. I just wish what I was working on had been a bird. Instead it's turned out to be a big fat mess. Ah well, I can always try again.
cheers, rachel #7
Fab, funky colour combo on the box - you are clever altering that, it's brilliant!!ReplyDelete
HUgs, LLJ #70 xx
Sandy love your stationary box it's a super colour combo. Thanks for sharing and enjoy the rest of Wednesday, hugs Erika. #100ReplyDelete
How satisfied you must feel to get that extraordinary box finished! It really is stunning and those are favorite colors of mine!!ReplyDelete
Ohh the stationary kit is just gorgeous and your mug stand is pretty ingenious as well.ReplyDelete
Fab stationery box, a brilliant idea for a present. Thanks for the hint about coconut cleanser for my hands, will have to Google that one.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting yesterday - I'm a bit late getting round this week,
love the box. colours are fab.ReplyDelete
What a great box - lovely colours.ReplyDelete
That stationery box is absolutely gorgeous, Sandy. I made one for my mum for Christmas a couple of years ago and it was great fun to do. It was so lovely watching her lift the lid, and all was revealed - she was very surprised! I filled it with all sorts of goodies. (It's all on my blog if you can be bothered to find it. Lol!)ReplyDelete
Happy belated WOYWW,
Hi Sandy thanks for popping to see me. I have made that stationery box too. Your colour scheme is fab. Just to let you know my second craft room is going to be the hub of my online business (work) and my other is most definitely for play!! WOYWW Hugs from Helen 18ReplyDelete
lovely stationary box and such organization, most impressive.ReplyDelete
Hey Sandy, happy belated woyww, it takes such a bit of time now getting around to everyone's desks but I finally got to yours a couple days ago and made a note to re-visit to hop onto the link at Splitcoast for the stationery box. Yours is fabulous, love the colours and stamp design etc.ReplyDelete
This is my kind of project, definitely going to make one of these - hope people still use note cards lol.
I can see your little owls peeping out too.
Cheers and thanks for sharing the link.
Ohhh love the stationery box- where did iu get the template?!ReplyDelete
Love your blog! thanks for visiting mine.ReplyDelete
One of my favourite colour combinations for the box, lime green and purple! I was all set to do this at a weekend workshop myself a while ago but then it got cancelled but I do think your colour combo is much nicer than mine.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the stars and thanks for sharing - Hugs, neet xx 71
Oh wow!!!! I love love love your stationary box! What a cool idea! I think I know what everybody may be getting for Christmas this year!! Thank you so much for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your super sweet comment about my craft room!!!!!
Amy E. #42