What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday: Sewing, Collage, Storage
Busy, busy, busy! My desk is busy with sewing projects this week. I decided to alter some clothes to fit me (no, I did not lose or gain weight, I just bought wrong sized clothes because they didn't have them in my size and they were cheap!). I also cut some long sleeves to make them short (it is often hot in the Philippines!) So there's my sewing machine, which is usually covered and pushed to the end of my desk. And beside it, is my sewing box and all sorts of threads, scissors, etc.
And just for you, I propped up my latest collage in the midst of the mess. I described how I made it with wall putty, watercolors, colored pencils, and book paper in my previous post.
For those of you who wanted to take a peek inside some of the plastic bins under my desk, here's one filled with empty mini tins that I plan to alter one of these days, a Thing-a-ma-jig that I plan to use one of these days, some flowers I will use one of these days, and all sorts of "one of these days" kinds of things.
Here is another drawer and this time it's filled with poster paints, acrylics, chalk pastels and other materials. At least I use these (dirty paint tray as evidence!)
If you have no idea what "What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday" is all about, pop on over to Julia's blog. And if you haven't invited us to take a peek at your desk yet, why not join in the fun!
I am from the beautiful tropical country of the Philippines and I like to think I am sowing seeds around the world as I make my blog - seeds of faith, or hope or maybe, creativity. I am blessed to have a wonderful husband and three great children and I spend my work days designing paper products, gifts and decorative accessories for our family gift shops, Papemelroti.