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Wednesday, 27 October 2010

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday (week 73)


This is what my craft desk looks like today - if you don't know why I'm asking 'what's on your workdesk', hop over to Julia's blog 'Stamping Ground', where you'll be able to find links to over 100 other desk to have a nose around should you feel inclined to do so.

Back to my desk - the figures are my attempts at whimsical characters and the book at the back of them is the first two pages of an altered board book - both projects are for the second week of an online course called 'Art, Heart and Healing' being offered free of charge on the 'Willowing & Friends' site.

Oh you can also see my shiny new crayons I've got especially for the course from the online site Artifolk who were recommended to me by two lovely blogger friends.  I found an old glass jar to keep them in - the crayons that is!

I thought you might like to see what's above my desk - I have two large shelves the first of which is full of little plastic containers


They contain all sorts of crafty goodies and maybe I'll show what's inside one every week (just in case there's nothing else of interest on my desk!)


As they are made from clear plastic it's easy to see what's inside them.  I bought them from Aldi last year, I kept going back to buy more as they are so useful and look good too.


You can also see some wire mesh drawer units in amongst the plastic ones, these were a Christmas present from my sister last year.

Maybe I'll show you what's under my desk next week - although that would involve me having to get the vacuum cleaner out so I won't make any promises - lol !

Thanks for looking - I'm off to have a look at some of the other desks now.

29 comments:

Sunset97 said...

hey, sherry!

just stopping by to check out your post... i really wanted to take that free art course that you are taking, but everytime i tried to sign up it wouldnt let me log-in...probably because of my security settings or something...so, i cant even get into her site...so, after trying a zillion times, i gave up...lol

i am so glad you are having fun with the course... :)

hope you have a lovely evening...!!

take care,

tracy

Moy Yin said...

Hi Sherry

Looks like you got new stuff to try. The crayons looks great in the old jar. You are very tidy in keeping all your stash. Have fun with the altered book project.

XOXO, Moy Yin #16

Healing Woman said...

Ah to be organized like you Sherry. Your little character with book looks quite interesting. I think I'll go to that site you recommended and try to register for it. Thanks so much for sharing this.

S said...

Teasing us with those drawers - shame on you! S #84

Sandy said...

Oh wow you have a lovely place for crafting. Your drawing is amazing. Love it.

Sandy #1

Helen said...

Your figure drawing is great. You HAVE to show us in all those boxes - they look great, can't wait to see all your goodies.

Ira said...

Oh wow, I just love your craftroom Sherry. Looks like it's quite spacious! You should see mine, LOL! Ira

Terry said...

Love seeing how other crafters organize their goods! Looks very tidy to me!

Twiglet said...

So much lovely stuff to play with!!

Chrissie said...

Goodness, you shelves look amazing, I bet they hold untold treasures!
Chrissie #9

Mandi said...

Super drawings

WOW your shelves are packed to the brim..I dont think you have an inch of space not filled
Lovely to see

Happy WOYWW
mandi xx

Lottie said...

What an amazing craft room - I love it.

I too am on Tam's amazing work shop- not as quick of the mark as you - not enough hours in the day

I just adore what you have done so far.

Stunning

Susan Allan said...

Are you going to put the whimsical characters into the altered book?
It's lovely to have new crayons but even more lovely to find a glass jar to display them in....I love glass jars.....one of the beautiful, simple things in life.
sue xx 56

Linby said...

wow fab storage and so many goodies. Love your drawing you did on the course.
Linbyx

Anne said...

Loooooooove your workspace Sherry !!!
So much to play with and so organised too.
Wish you were nearer and I could pop round for a visit
Anne xxx

Sew Loquacious Angela said...

Your work area looks so organized! I'm jealous...
Take care,
Angela

Createology said...

I can see you will stay busy for a very long time with all the fun supplies you are surrounded with. Thank you for letting us inside your studio. Happy creating...

Vixykins said...

Wow what an organised workspace!

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Amazing storage and I can't wait to see whats in all those scrummy drawers. Love the Whimsical characters.

A.xx(80)

sasa said...

You have a fabulous space there. Great job on the drawings - you are well on your way - looking good - they are so tricky to get right - enjoy the journey of learning!
sasa 28

Maggie's Crafts said...

WOW! Love your stash. :) Thank you for sharing. Pop over to my blog for my first blog candy. :)

http://maggiescraft.blogspot.com/

Maggie

x

Susan Allan said...

Hi Sherry
Thanks for your comment on my Rags
You are right it could be a bag!!

Sue xx

KanataNewf said...

Now this looks like a fun place in which to create. Sheena #99

Rosie said...

Oh my, this all looks wonderfully well organised - a pleasure to visit!!

butlersabroad said...

I can't draw for toffee! I like your designs and what an amazing and organized space you've got.

Hugs
Brenda 89

akilli melek said...

love your shelves, mine kinda buckle in the middle, lol. caroline #14

Nicks said...

thats a definitive creative desk, and makes me feel very unorganised thanks for sharing!
Sorry I am late passing by, my internet went down wednesday evening, how inconvenient

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Thanks so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog. I'm still moving slowly, but trying to start visiting people who visited me. Had to laugh at your comment about the assembly line. It does look like it, after I reviewed the shot.

Those are some serious storage containers. I love see through, too. Makes it handy to see what is inside. I signed up for the class, but I can't seem to get the videos to load. I love your little whimsy gal, though. I have a lot (and I mean a LOT) of oil pastels, but no watercolor crayons. I wonder if they would work. Happy very belated WOYWW (# 15).

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

What a lovely craft area. I shall look forward to seeing the rest. Thanks for sharing your workspace. Best wishes, Kym xxx (WOYWW No 24)