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On my desk today the leftovers from yesterdays scrap session...

I do hope I didn't leave the lid off the glue all night... but I fear I might have!

My tasks for today are to do some photography and write up some DT posts, hence the lack of actual action on my desk.

Thanks for stopping by, see you at your desk!


  1. Looking at your desk I am in Washi heaven....wish I had as many that I could have them stacked like yours lol. Happy Wednesday. Dawn #16

  2. Oh no. I've done that too. Have fun with the photography. I've been doing a photo a day challenge and so far I have taken one each day! A miracle for me lol

    Have a great week
    Sharon K #44

  3. Hi Laura, Looks like you have dspace to start another project. Hope the glue was ok.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #20

  4. Wow are they all washi tape. What a good way to store them. Good luck with the DT write ups. Barbx #45

  5. Oh, I hope your glue hadn't hardened overnight! That would be irritating, to say the least.... I'm still loving your washi stacks!!
    Hugs, LLJ 13 xxx

  6. My washi tape are in a box laid out in pretty lines and on display.
    Hope you get all your work done
    Lynn no. 11 (I think)

  7. Love your washi. Mine, sadly, would not all fit. Getting DT posts done up is important. I've been working on blog posts all day. Productive is productive. Hope the glue survived its night out. Creative Blessings! Kelly #42

  8. This looks like "Desk in Waiting" I started okay this morning but got tied up with a difficult project so only just getting round to starting my visits. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 26

  9. Am laughing 'cos we're all noticing the washi, droolworthy indeed.

    Yes that lid doesn't even look like its there. Prob on floor that's where lost things go I find!! Hope it won't matter being the small pointy end.
    Happy WOYWW, thanks for popping over!
    Shaz in Oz.x #15

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

  10. Hi Laura,
    I like your display of washi tape. I have mine in a huge jar and it seems that it's always the one at the bottom that I need.....

    Happy belated WOYWW
    Kay (50)

  11. Wow! So many crafting tapes.
    Happy creative week to you!
    Sussie nr 8 WOYWW


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