I did what "they" always say to do, and I wrote out a list because "they" say that with a list you won't buy things you don't need.
What "they" fail to realise is that:
a) The list on paper in my hand and the list in my head are two different things entirely
b) when TWO shops don't have what is on your list (paper or head list), but have a 'SALE' section, list-be-damned!
One shop said over the tannoy system, whilst I was scurrying around the crafting section for the umpteenth time desperately seeking 3/16" eyelets, "If we don't stock it, you don't need it". Hurrumph! to that! They didn't stock it, and I needed it!
So I did what any woman in my situation would do... I shopped :)
Two shops and under £30 later, here's my little haul:
And yes, this really is my desk today... how tidy is that?!?
I had craft night at Pickwells Tuesday night, so all my crafting gear was packed up ready to take with me... only I was let down for a lift at the last minute, so wasn't able to go. My desk was an empty space, so I placed all my new-bought goodies onto it and thought I'd post a piccie.
Trouble is, a tidy desk is definitely a boring one :)
Next week, I'm sure it will be back to it's normal post-bomb-blast self *lol*
If you want to share your workspace piccies, pop over to see Julia at The Stamping Ground and follow the instructions for "What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday"
Spend some quality time being a nosey so-and-so and peeking through the wonders that are other people's crafting work spaces.
Have a wonderful WOYWW everyone!
Just a quick add to answer the questions from yesterday:
No-one stocked any Graphic 45 papers
The punches were boring and totally un-tempting
Haskins had run out of carrot cake!
This along with the frustrating lack of magnetic clasps/snaps, brads and eyelets - and being woken up a quarter to four in the morning by a rain-soaked and muddy kitty stomping over the bed, made my day somewhat of a disaster!