I started out doing a second take of a card, and I don't know why it didn't work?!?!? I used the same cardstock, DP from the same pad, the same punch - but the punch would not punch, I kept trimming back and back and a 6 x 6 card ended up a very odd shaped card. Added to this I used a new Sizziz folder which creased the cardstock very badly - hence another trim! At this point I lost all will to craft and the card is lying unloved on my desk awaiting some inspiration or removal to the bin!
Having a old type of drop down lid desk means my workspace is limited to 12" x 34" - so a push back style of crafting is impossible, less it's pushed to floor! However, on the plus side, it can be quickly tidied when everything is push inside and lid closed! It has a grove (not a lot of these about and unless you have one you probably wouldn't want one!) but it's useful for housing my darning needle and odd gems which escape being rehoused and lots of cubbly holes....
Looking at my cubbly holes, I feel very green! I re-use supermarket plastic tubs because they are squishy and can fit inside each other. On the left - adhesives, etc. then inks, and blocks.
In the middle the undershelf commodates a cutlery draw which I use for all my bits and pieces, rubbers, pencil sharpner, pens, candle.(for embossing edges when I'm too lazy to get the bug out). Above two shelves - the top one is where I keep my Bug plates.
On the right - more plastic tubs...wire, pins, cut 'n'dry pads. Pot for cutting knives and the assortment behind is all the bits I cannot seem to through away thinking that one day I might need them!
Who every made this desk was very thoughtful or got the measurements wrong, because there is a 1" gap over the top of the cubble holes. Useful to me - Pencil case with wire tools, stamping pad, cleaning pad and scrap paper for testing stamps all fit in there nicely. And, then of course I have the top to use as another shelf. It works only if I put things away!
Have a good Wednesday, Are you going over to WOYWW?