WOYWW- Desk Tours

 On Wednesdays, Miss Julia, who lives far away, holds a link-up of desk tours.  It has been at least a year since I joined. Just short little posts of creative spaces.  I made cards last night as well as spent time studying and bible journaling and I thought I'd like to join up this week.  After taking the pictures, I thought what a mess!  So I did a bit of a tidy and took another picture.  Well, like most crafters, a lot of stuff in a small space.  

Here it is, 

And then cleaned up a little:

I'm in our semi-finished basement I thank god for this space - my craft/sewing area and my Husband Steve's study area and Matt our foster Son's study area. We could not live in this little house without it!

Thanks for Stopping by and I join in the fun over at Stamping Ground.
Ginny M


Beautiful working space Ginny, it’s beautiful and so organised I need you to visit my space. It’s a work in progress! Good to see you back again.
Your NOEL stamp you sent me was used todays post but as a relief not a stamp on my Christmas card, going to do another in purple and blue with gold ai think.
We will see!
Thanks for Sharing, God bless and keep you safe, and all those you love, hugs Shaz in Oz.x

{Wonderful Words of Life - Shaz in Oz}
{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Lunch Lady Jan said…
How wonderful to see you on the list this week! I saw your name mentioned over at Shaz in Oz’s blog and here you are! I love the stencilling in the book, had to zoom in to check that out and marvelled at how well organised everything is!
Hugs LLJ 5 xxx
Sounds good to me and what a great work space. I wonder if you all get in there and work together now that would be fun. Busy desks are so much more interesting, tidy desks not so much Lol! I love spending a few hours just spraying colour onto card, just don't know when to stop it's just so addictive. Have very happy and creative woyww, Angela x9x
Mary Anne said…
Minimal comments as I wrenched my back :(
so I am late AGAIN…
I love your space. It took ages to get used to not having a basement, ever, when we moved to the UK. I still miss it :) Love the glimpse of the book.

Mary Anne (6)
Sarah Brennan said…
WHat a great space Ginny and well used by all as well. The book looks cool. Stay safe and Happy WOYWW. Sarah #17
BJ said…
Oh my life you have just flipped the light bulb on with your desk! I was given a book about fine art watercolour bible journalling a couple of years ago. I then bought myself a bible in which to journal and did a few pages (way back on my blog April-My 2020) copying artwork mainly as I'm no artist, then I see you doing it with stencils and distress inks, now that's sparked something I probably CAN do - Thanks You SO MUCH BJ#10
BJ said…
Just had a go stencilling my journaling bible and see the distress ink shows through the page, unlike watercolours, however the page stays flat unlike watercolours. Swings and roundabouts, but no matter it all looks good. BJ#10
Hi there! Sorry I'm so late but hey ho I got here. Love your workspace it looks so organised. You are good to share your space though. Thanks for joining us this week, see you again soon. Cindy #15
Kyla said…
Thanks for visiting my desk already, loving your space and I always like to think of it not as messy but "creative" ;-) and I agree, a dedicated space, no matter how small is a blessing
kyla #13

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