WOYWW 351

Good morning from sunny Arizona.

This is a shot of my desk right now. Not just focusing on the projects I am about to play with but a reasonably organized space. Happy WOYWW. (What’s on YOUR Workdesk Wednesday?)

My desk ready to go

My desk ready to go

It is interesting one’s life’s ebb and flow. Looks like for the next couple of months my busiest day  is the first Wednesday of the month.  And that also means that the end of the month holds my most creative opportunities. I was able to finish up a number of items that were languishing on my desk. So happy I wanted to share my ZIA butterfly from a January Lifebook Lesson and some lovely Joanne Sharpe inspired lettering.

ZIA butterfly

ZIA butterfly

Wanderlust lettering

If you’d like to visit more creative spaces check out the lovely Julia’s Stamping Ground.

 

WOYWW 349

Happy WOYWW (What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday). Not sure what this is, check out Julia’s page at Stamping Ground.

Today I am ready to go with a couple of projects, as you can see.

My workdesk

My workdesk

The large journal on the left is my Artfully Inspired Life book. I have just finished the alpha and mantra spreads with heART. I can see a definite improvement in my lettering thanks to the lovely Joanne Sharpe. Today I get to play with 29 hearts to make a place for things I love in February.

The smaller journal in the middle is for Journal 52 with Effy Wild and Sarah Trumpp. This is a free year long class with opposite prompts each week. I am glad I am using a small journal for this one, it seems to be working really well for me. This prompt is Beneath Your Feet and/or Above Your Head. I received a beautiful card from my mum this week and wanted to incorporate the flower girl into this spread. I feel pastel’s in my future. That will be something new for me.

My pretty flower girl auditioning placement of images

My pretty flower girl auditioning placement of images

And the cascade is the variety of WIP for Wanderlust and Lifebook.  Being ill for a couple of weeks and busy with my duties on our HOA Strategic and Capital Planning Committee (I’m coordinating our community survey), has put my creativity on hold or rather on pause or perhaps on canter… I can see that faces will be getting a lot of practice this year.

A couple of weeks ago I attended an all day workshop with the delightful Dina Wakely. Composition and random messiness ensued.

At Dina Wakley workshop

At Dina Wakley workshop

Artful hands

Artful hands