Wednesday, January 23, 2013


OK, so I may be on a roll.  It is Wednesday and time for WOYWW (What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday).  This is such a fun link up!  It is great to check out what other crafty bloggers have going on and these sweet ladies have helped me embrace my unorganized chaos....maybe I am not in the minority after all.  If you want to know what all the fuss is about, make sure to visit Julia over at The Stamping Ground....but be warned, it is addictive!

Look out, ladies!  It's a whole new week..and I have a whole new workdesk - sort of.  Actually, it is the same workdesk (AKA dining table), but there has been a bit of tidying up going on around here.  

I am not giving up my cluttered ways, but I needed a fresh start....dare I say the extent of my clutter was pushing me to the edge so I did something about it.  Now I am ready to dive head first back into my Chicago book.....the majority of the book that remains covers St. Patrick's Day and our marathon bar crawl so that is why there are loads of green embellishments hanging out on the left.....

And patiently waiting in the wings, taunting me from the left rear is my Olive Edition core pack of Project Life.

I was working on a project that I had to finish before I could start anything else, so PL had to temporarily be put on the back back burner.  Never fear...I have been taking photos and doing journaling entries practically every day.  So even though this is my first attempt at Project Life....I am not feeling overwhelmed at getting a bit of a slow start.  I am however, more excited than a pig in slop to get going on it.  It is definitely on the schedule for this weekend!  Happy Hump Day...and I hope that you enjoyed my out of the ordinary work area this week!  If you have a work area that you would like to share....make sure that you head over to Julia's and link up!


  1. Omg, it looks fabulous!!! I'm so excited you got your other project done so you can move on to the other, more fun stuff!!

  2. I like my desk area to be organized before I get started, then it's a total mess while I'm working!! The PL kit will be good motivation to get your Chicago book done, all those green embellishments look like fun!

  3. It looks wonderful!!!

    I can't wait to see the rest of your Chicago book. St. Patrick's Day in Chicago is so fun. Did you see the river dying? I think that was my favorite part!

    I hope you are able to move onto your PL soon. I know how excited you've been to get started!

  4. Lots of fun projects in the works!
    Definitely would love to see your St. Patty's day pages :)
    And good that you are not feeling overwhelmed by PL. I agree that it should be fun!
    Scrapbooking should be fun :)

  5. Well done on the tidy up only problem is they say a clean space is a clear head and we crafters need lots of ideas. You sound as though you have some great projects to be getting on with
    Ria #92

  6. What a nice tidy up - I never get that far - even if I tidy up it looks messy! Enjoy your project life weekend! I am not a scrapbooker but I have heard about PL! A Chicago book??? I was born in Chicago, but I left when I was a child so I couldn't do a book about it! :-)


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