Another Wednesday, time for a peek at each other's desks and projects! If you would like to learn more, just go to http://www.stamping-ground.blogspot.ca/p/what-is-woyww.html. Maybe you could join our little group!
Hello everyone! I hope everyone is enjoying the Fall (Spring) weather! Personally, I'm freezing. Hubby thinks it's funny. He's not cold, just me. Just like in the heat and humidity of summer he complains about the humidity, but I don't feel it. I love summer! He loves fall. Today is our 37th wedding anniversary! Somehow we are still together, having different favourite seasons!
Here is my desk this morning. I was making a Belated Birthday card for a dear friend. It looks very neat. I must have put everything away! I'm letting the glitter dry overnight.
I also made hubby's Anniversary Card yesterday:
I finished the project of the Month for my Marjie Kemper group this week, using Oxides:
And I finally finished unmounting and storing all my mounted and clear stamps! I have well over 1000 stamps, and remember almost all of them! I've never bought a stamp I already have!
They are, as you can see, divided into topics.(The one that says Photos is Words #3) I don't really care what company they are from, I like to mix and match my stamps, but if I know where they are from I write it on the paper that covers the stamp. I was making my own pocket pages until my sewing machine gave out, and now I'm using bought pocket pages that fit most stamps except the really big ones, I use photo pockets for those. I needed something to give strength to the pockets, so they are stapled onto magnetic picture pages that I also cut up and use to stick the stamps onto. This one is brown, most are white.
So with that finally done, I can buy new stamps! Yay!
Fall means bringing the indoor plants back indoors, sadly (for the plants, they love being outside!). My hibiscus grew like crazy, so Hubby pruned it so it would fit in the house, but at the end of almost every branch, was a bud! Some of you may remember a few years ago I was moaning that this plant hadn't flowered in 20 years. The secret is fertilizer! Hibiscus plants love fertilizer! Anyway, I put all the branches in a vase, hoping that all those wonderful buds will bloom. I'm crossing my fingers!
And here are the plants back in the Living room, it's like a Tropical Forest!
Hopefully the cats will enjoy the plants over the winter a much as we will.
Well that's it for today, we are off to see a play tonight in celebration of our Anniversary! Mittsy and Inky say "meow" and I day have a great week!