Wednesday, 15 August 2012


Hay fellow Desk hoppers, Sorry I didn't make it round to you all last week, I'm easily distracted by shiny things lol
I hope to do better today.
So as you can see the desk is pretty self explanatory today
I've let my stock run low so plan on having a massive cut out blitz of all my dies, I started last night as you can see from the 3 piles of  flowers waiting to be assembled. The jean covered album houses all my spellbinders, and the mini trolley has all my mover's and shapers in...I ran out of room for all the big dies.. So I fear you may well come back next week to a very similar view.. we'll see how I go!
Right I best crack on, desks to visit and things to cut..
Oh before I forget... if you like steampunk.. Hop over to the Snazzy's DT Blog, There is a 'Steampunk challenge' this week where you could win a fab set of stamps!
Till next time
Stay Inky
♥ HUGZ ♥


Neet said...

Hmmm.... lots of lovely things on your desk and I do love that trolley for your movers and shakers.
No time to stay as you have sent me on a Steampunk link - so just have a good day.
Thanks for sharing - Hugs, Neet #21 xx

sandra de said...

I realise now I haven't visited in ages and good to see you have the vagabond working overtime.
Sandra @32

Julia Dunnit said...

Well Minxy, that sort of organisation is well, wonderful! I don't pre-cut anything...mind you, I'm still using a manual Big Shot, it would bore me rigid about 40 hours before my arm hurt!

Sandra Botham said...

Looking lovely and full of fun things.
Happy WOYWW. x

Redanne said...

Oooh I love that trolley with your Movers and Shapers in and I really want that blossom die on your day. Your desk does look very tidy considering how much work you are doing on it. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #59

SueH said...

Well, you’re certainly being well organized cutting all dies ready for use. I’m never that organized.

Happy Crafting!

Morti said...

LOL - I now challenge you to leave your desk as it is for next week, just changing ten things, and get us all to play spot the difference! hehehehehe

Looks like you're having fun though...

Morti #49

Twiglet said...

Your little WOYWW pic is a little work of art in itself - love it!! x Jo

Belinda Basson said...

a good production line you have going there I see!

donnalouiserodgers said...

Haha ha,

you need a bigger room and more trolleys,

nice to 'see you' has been a while - hope you are well, the craft is looking good,

dxxx 119 ish

Danielle said...

Good idea to cut out your dies so they are ready for use. dani#33

Danielle said...

Minxy, the circular thing on my desk is a three tiered cupcake holder that sits on a cheap lazy susan. And the dauber color chart can be printed from by doing a search for daubers. It is a free template. Dani#33

Kyla said...

Loving the organised desk space and the idea of batch cutting the dies. Off to check out the Snazzy's site (I do love a trip to Swindon when I can to visit the shop, they have lovely things in there).

Kyla #52

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Minxy,

Your desk is looking very organized. I started writing the names of my embossing folders on them and will start a binder. I don't have too many so this will work great for me.

If you haven't visited me already please pop on over. Blog candy is up for grabs!

hugs, Kay #37

butterfly said...

Not reached the stage of pre-cutting my dies - wow! Super crafty stash all at your fingertips, and I'm still coveting your craft spinners!
Alison x
(right next door at #78 - though earlier in the day I was #80... how's that work?!)

okienurse said...

great looking desk this week. SO do you cut out all the die cuts at once and store them or do you have a big project you are working on? Love the basket with the movers and shapers dies and the blender tool spinner...awesome! Have a great week. Vickie #38

Helen said...

How organised are you having a mass die cut session.... Glad you joined in again today! Helen, 3

Tertia said...

After cutting that much my desk would have been a disaster zone, yours looks pristine!
Happy very belated WOYWW! Tertia #116