Julia is the hostess of this fun adventure in seeing what other crafty people have on their desks. Curious...aren't you? So go ahead and click on the link, then join the snoop around the globe.
Pictured here you can see that I've been playing with inlay-ed die cuts...most are done using SCAL soft ware and my Cricut. The floral steel die is from Memory Box.
Here is an apron template I'm working on for the Woman's Club of Royersford...
100th Anniversary. We found recipes from past members... in an archived newspaper article...so the idea was to present them as a favor at the celebration in April. I came up with the idea to use an apron as the cover, and print the recipes on cards that will be tucked in a pocket on the back of the apron.
Our club colors are blue and white so I'm trying to come up with the most cost effective way to print them. We are having a tea and plan on dressing in period apparel, hats and gloves, or poodles shirts... what ever was worn in any of the last 10 decades.
I found the vintage kitchen stamps at our local craft store for $2.00. Perfect for adding some interest to the recipe cards.
So that's what's keeping me occupied on yet another snowy day. Why not join the fun and show us what's on your work desk. Be well my friend and thanks for stopping by~ Carole