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April 18, 2012

WOYWW #150

Oh my studs and buffers, would you look at the number of link ups over at Ms. Dunnit's What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday!  I looked last evening to post, but the visiting hours hadn't started yet.  Now here it is Wednesday morning and the queue is forever long and out the door.  But nevermind California, everyone is super friendly and welcoming, so go ahead and click in and link on to show your space and snoop at all the others!  Here's mine:

Sorry about the poor lighting.  It matched my poor creating mood.  I had a day yesterday of starts and stops and, as one of the grandsons used to say, "fust-ru-ations."  But today is a new day!

I'll clean up my mess,
and start afresh.

To me that's such a wonderful layer in all the layers of enjoyment I get from creating.  I can always start over and I am just as surprised as anyone else at what I create next.  In fact, I startle myself and say, "Well, would you look at that?!"  Is that how it is for everyone else?  That's startling to ponder.  Now I'm off to see what hundreds of other talented crafters are up to, skipping and clapping.

Oh, one more thing:  I am happy and thankful to welcome Paula and Sylvia-Anne who have joined as followers!

Please enjoy ~ and, as always, thank you for stopping by.   Special thanks to you if you take the time to join as a follower or leave me a comment!


CraftygasheadZo said...

Lots of crafty fab-ness going on, I'm following you now. Take care & enjoy this weeks WOYWW snoop! Zo xx 17

SandeeNC said...

Well you have such an awesome view of sunshine outside that I think it made the indoor lighting dim in shame! And you are just being fashionably late to the party so that you make a grand entrance! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina # 131

Victoria said...

Overflowing with creativity :)

Hazel said...

Lovely creative workspace - thanks for letting us have a peep - Hazel, WOYWW #85 x

Redanne said...

I love your crafty space Darnell, it looks so inviting.....Regards, Anne #30

okienurse said...

love your creative space! I would love to have a room with a window! Seems like my creative layers have developed minds of their own and are creating layers recently! Hope you have a great week and thanks for leaving a comment on my blog! Vickie #32

May said...

Just adore your space and sunshine what more could a girl want!!! Have a good week, Hugs May x x No2

505whimsygirl said...

Oh Darnell you crack me up! Suggesting I try out for Survivor (which I'm watching right now)!! hee hee

Your desk looks well loved. When I have a block I clear things out too. Sometimes just touching things to put away will spark an idea.

Oh, and I imagine your grandsons are so adorable, crafting with you. I like how they pronounce frustrations! Too dang cute.


Lunch Lady Jan said...

LOL - I never plan any of my sewing either, (unless it's commission or for the shop). I usually start off by rummaging through my boxes of fabric and seeing what strikes me that day. The amount of fabric dictates what I make. I've always been like this, no life plan or anything - just take what the day brings. And so far, it's worked well for me :)
Hugs, LLJ #7 xx

Astrid Maclean said...

Well, it looks very creative that's for sure!

Enjoy all the other spaces around the world and thanks for coming to visit mine!

Amanda said...

Lots of lovely crafty goodies on your desk was hard to know where to focus as kept getting distracted by the next bit of loveliness. Hugs Amanda 146

Nadia (WithGlitteringEyes.blogspot.com) said...

I love that you have a window right where you work-- Oh how I wish I did!

Thank you for visiting my blog for WOYWW and your kind comment! And I love having found your blog-- I am a new follower. (I peeked in your playhouse and I am just in love!)

Nadia 171

Catie Cuddles said...

looks just like my crafting space always does ... Thanks for making me feel better as there seem to be a lot of tidy craft spaces out there!

She Who Doodles said...

some days you just have to walk away for awhile and come back refreshed. have you noticed one common feature of all our workspaces? we face windows, or have a window just over our shoulder. that light is so important.

Unknown said...

That's a great messy desk and it looks like you have a lovely view out of your window?

Happy WOYWW!
Sheena #166

trisha too said...

Okay, I'm a little in shock from the tour of your playhouse--I did "click on the picture," and it's amazing!


kay said...

hope you are having a more crafty day today
have a fab crafty week and
happy woyww
kay #51

Lisa said...

Loving your playshed Darnell, thanks for sharing and showing what you do in there too

Lisa #112

Unknown said...

Hope today is a better day craft wise for you. I find a deadline always gets my crafty juices going! #40

Julia Dunnit said...

I'm sorry the link went up so late, it wasn't planned to! I know you say it wasn't the most creative day, but I like the colours you've been playing with, the greys and yellows are really nice. Hope today was bags better...I'm the same, a bit of a tidy and I'm ready to roll again, and yes...constantly surprise myself!!!

Unknown said...

after having gone on a visit round your stunningly gorgeous playhouse - this desk looks like a bomb has exploded on it - but who cares. Its a good look - i'd be happy sat in there with that desk - its just nice mess - drool!

Thanks for visiting my desk already.

Happy WOYWW (on Friday)

Paula x x x (#60)

Lisa-Jane said...

What a lovely workspace! Happy Belated WOYWW #45

sara j said...

I had to laugh at the "fust-ru-ations". My daughter coined the phrase "flust-er-gated" - as in don't become this the second you walk into Walmart! Which is what normally happens. Nice to see the same tools spread across someone's else's space!! #176

Jen W. said...

I know exactly what you mean. Sometimes I can't believe what I've come up with and then worry I'll never have another idea again!!