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Good Afternoon Deskers!!

What are you seeing on my desk?  Well, there's a kit that I've put together for this months CKC (blog post coming soon) and a huge wadge of photos that I need to scrap.  There has been a little DT work going on hastily cleared for the photo.

I'm not sure if anyone will find anything to inspire them on this desk top...  Hopefully the others will be better - I'll see you at yours!

Thanks for stopping by


  1. I love all the rainbow colours going on on your desk today Laura :-) It's been a busy day but thankfully I've cleared my sewing mountain now :-)
    Annie x # 30

  2. Your desk looks busy and happy! I still have a huge stack of photos to scrap--I'm sort of years behind. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #57

  3. Hi Laura, I love clicking on the photo and it coming up bigger. I then drool over your Washi Tape:)

    Happy WOYWW Sue 48

  4. I do believe I could have loads of fun playing on your desk and you seem to have a lovely supply of washi tape there. Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 51

  5. There's so much interesting stuff on your desk it's difficult to know where to start looking but I am sure I could use all of it.
    Happy crafting, Angela x #41

  6. I really like that pic of your desk, seems like a lot of fun stuff is going on!
    Hugs, LLJ 21 xx

  7. A zap in the eye for colour, just lovely your desk!


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