Whats' on Your Workdesk Wednesday #253

It's  work desk blog hop time again!  It starts here at Julia Dunnits in the UK.
I just went over to see what is happening on her desk and besides it being very neat I saw all kinds of beautiful green things that I think are called trees!!  Trees here in MA are still giant brown sticks!  Another month and hopefully we'll see some lush green stuff!!
My WOYWW conveniently picks up where lasts weeks left off!  My ladies group was canceled, so I wouldn't need the journals I started last WOYWW until today!

I'll  take you on a pictorial tour of the process of what I made this morning between 7:30 and 10:30am:

The purpose of this journal was to keep a non-secret sister type thing organized- there are 9 of us in this study group that will be doing this - blessing the rest of the ladies in our church
The journal was to be divided into 8 pocket folders, on for each week for the next two months.
I took 50# paper and folded it "up" to make a pocket
It was then folded in half to be punched for the binding on the "open" side
I glued DP paper onto chip board.  I buy this 12x12 chip board from Uline, it is about 35.00 for a case of 1000 sheets.
The boards are cut  to 5x7 I get three panels for one board.
I cut large tags and put a bity of ribbon on them.  Each tag would have a name on the back.
Here's the finished outside:
The inside:
An act of kindness for each person on the tags per week. When the person is gifted it is noted on her tag and moved to the next weeks pocket.
And this is what's on my work desk!!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have time to join the blog hop fun!!!
Ginny M


April Story said…
Very nice journals. That was very nice of you to make them. I am sure everyone will love them. April #22
wonderful work Ginny love it all! the DP is very striking .. great idea to share for folk to be encouraged, isnt it? Happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x #32
Robyn Oliver said…
Hi Ginny, what a fabulous job you've done with the pocket journals and a lovely idea to share, nice colours you've used. Cheers and have a great week RobynO#29
G'day Ginny. Happy WOYWW day to you. I'm a returning WOYWW member after a long 6 months plus break. What gorgeous journals and a lovely idea. The black image on the green/yellow DP looks amazing...well done
Annette In Oz #23
Julia Dunnit said…
Oh what a generous and pretty work desk this is! Lovely projects Ginny. Yep, green trees, grass that needs cutting any my beautiful pink Hawthorn (May Tree) is absolutely covered in tight buds, which indeed bodes well for a pink and cheerful May!
glitterandglue said…
Lovely journals - and a great idea, Ginny. How important it is to encourage one another in lots of little ways. Good thought!!
Have a great week.
Margaret #25
Chrysalis said…
The colour combo is beautiful, Ginny, as is the idea of the folders. Have a great week, Chris # 35
Ginny, those journals are beautiful. You have really come a long way fast with learning how to make them! I really love that bright spring flowery paper too! Hugs xo
Krisha said…
Gorgeous journals and what a wonderful gift to receive.

Krisha #17 I think
MiamiKel said…
Wow, this is a GEM and absolutely beautiful! I found you through your blog group on Facebook - the Christian Card group! It's amazing!! I also set up the Carriers of Faith Christian group and we'd so love to have you if you are interested! I am trying to find a way to follow your blog but might be missing it :) I'll keep looking though but had to say how absolutely stunning your work is - just WOW!
Kelly @ Sandcastlestamper.blogspot.com/
Mrs.D said…
Ginny, I love those books, what a lovley thing to make.
Chris #41
Lindart said…
Wow! Love all the books! Awesome!
Lindart #98
Jan Castle said…
Beautifully done Ginny! I'm soooo impressed with the professional look!
MommaRock said…
Hi there... You have made such beautiful journals and for such a wonderful reason. I am sure all the ladies will love them!
Now if messy desks are fun (which they really are) , then I am having a super duper FUN time. LOL
Thanks for sharing your desk.
happy WOYWW
kimmer #103 (last again for the 4th time , I really don't plan this) LOL
Kelly said…
These are lovely! Thanks for the link to Uline. I've not worked with new chipboard much but with inspiration like this, I might be. hehe Creative Blessings! Kelly #82
VonnyK said…
They are beautiful, such a lovely idea too.
Have a great week,
Von #53

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