Wednesday, 21 April 2010


Now this week has definitely only been about 5 days long. Not being able to use my computer properly has been awful. I would never have believed that I would become so reliant on one, but I have! These 2 photos show the single wall cupboard which is next to the double one I showed last week. It holds my old red Sizzix, embossing folders, brads, eyelets, gems, flowers, bows, flower soft, gilding flakes, etc.

Anyway, here are a couple of pics of my little work room for you to muse over. If you want to join in by showing the world what you are up to or let us all see your crafty space, follow the link here.
These are a couple of photos showing the wall next to my wall cupboards. Can you spot the tag that Tim Holtz made for me spurred on by a special friend, Lindsay Mason. It's angled over a photo that I'm not allowed to blog, shame. The little drawers hold everything imaginable from 1p/2p, embossing powders, glitter, charms, buttons, flowers, brads, curtains hooks! etc.
Thank you for looking. I'm off now to peek at everyone else's space. xx


butlersabroad said...

Ooh you manage to cram such a lot in to a small space, sorry to hear about the computer problems, it;s like someone cut our right hand off when it's not working!


Angie said...

Your link on WOYWW is to the 7th April where there are loads of comments ...try re linking xx

Your storage makes the most of a small area ...brilliant

Linby said...

Found the right post for today thanks to angie! Love your space, and so much storage, fab.

Paula Gale said...

ooh I commented on the last one - I thought i'd been to you once - oh well thats how perceptive ive been today.

Great little storage boxes - liking a lot.

Paula x x x

Mandy - Crafty Angel said...

hehehehe you have tim over your desk too! love it!

hugs mandyxx

Lothian Crafts said...

Great storage. Very tidy and organized.

Shirley Davis said...

Oh Joanne - you are back among the living again. Being PC-less is so painful. But your crafting kept you company I trust. Love the shelves under the wall cupboards is almost a Victorian peek-a-boo! What the butler saw we see too.

I have chronicled across the WOYWW-o-sphere my admiration of TH-ers - now I find someone I've exchanged comments with for a while has actually GOT SOMETHING he made AND a photo we cannot see too. Oo er, missus!