Wednesday, May 13, 2015

What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday (WOYWW)

In my last What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday post, I showed you a picture of a neat, organized, two-project desk. Today. . .chaos reigns. There's so much going on that I simply labeled the pictures for you.
Left side of desk
Right side of desk
I've been a labeling madwoman; not only am I making jewelry and working on my second Journaling by 5s journal, but I'm in the process of reorganizing and sorting through the found objects and old jewelry elements I use in jewelry making. I spent a good portion of yesterday labeling organizers and picking through the bulk of my stash.

Getting to sort through this stash and see exactly what I have has been so inspiring. I hope that mojo sticks with me long enough to get some items made, hence the chaos.

So, what's on your workdesk?
I'm linking mine up to WOYWW at Stamping Ground.

14 comments:

  1. It's nice to have a sort through occasionally because you are guaranteed to find something you didn't know you had. Thank you for the lables I had fun looking at everything :) #31

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    1. Julie, Oh yes! I love to sort through my stash. It never fails to inspire me in some way. I think that's when the mood to sort usually hits me too; when I just haven't been inspired in a while. Glad you liked the labels, it made it easier to point out everything going on. I appreciate you taking the time to pop in!

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  2. Labeling and organizing is always so inspiring. I always want to stop in the middle of it all and make things!

    Instead I keep a notepad near and jot down all the ideas that come to me. Then that can be referred to when ideas aren't coming.

    Happy creating and happy woyww,

    Sandy #30

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    1. Sandy, Oh, that's a fabulous idea. I wish I had thought of that before all the sorting. It definitely would have helped. Thanks so much for sharing it and for checking out my chaos! :)

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  3. I'm all about the labels! If I don't have labels then I have a map. One cubby of my paper holder has a map on top. I can pull it out and see just which slot has vellum in it for instance. I didn't see your tidy desk but I am enjoying your thoroughly labeled messy one. So many fun things! Judy #59

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    1. Judy, Yes- the labels are making me happy! I like your map idea for the paper cubby. I may have to steal that one. Thanks for the idea. . .and for popping in! :)

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  4. Labelling is good as it saves time and energy. Have a good woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 34

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    1. Angela, I do hope having all these items in specific spots (as they were mostly mixed together before) will save me some time and energy for sure! Thanks for your best wishes :)

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  5. Nice! I actually took a pic of my desk but since I knew I would never get it my blog, I just it on Facebook.

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  6. Oh you are talking to the label queen here if it has a container then it has to be labelled otherwise I can handle it. You will be so happy when it is all done and will never look back. Happy labelling and happy crafting.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 67

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    1. Eliza - I do hope I can get it all labeled one day. I've got too many piles. And, there's just no way to label a pile (at least not that I've found). Thanks for the well wishes! :)

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  7. You look extremely organised. I can only dream of such an occurrence ha! Ha !

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    1. Pat, You can only see what I show you. The rest of it is a disaster! I hope to remedy that before too long. Thanks for dropping by! :)

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  8. This is how my working table usually looks :) But it's different these days, because I'm working on some pieces for a contest (maybe) and there are only tools, wire and some crystals on my desk plus a couple of finished items :) But I miss the mess - I like to be able to see all my treasures around me when I'm creating!

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