Today is the second anniversary celebration for Julia's WHAT'S ON YOUR WORKDESK WEDNESDAY
How cool is that?
I think anyone who hosts a weekly "peek" into the craftrooms of people all over the world deserves big applause: (ALL TOGETHER NOW)
Thank you Julia!
Julia has decided that those who are interested may participate in a PIF event
and from the looks of The Stamping Ground blog, there are a lot of folks taking part.
I hope you will too!
Here is my workdesk as it looked before I went out this morning:
What you see in my mother's elementary school class photo from 1920,
her certificate of being a member of the "Cradle Roll" Society
(something to do with the church, as far as I can tell)
and her wedding certificate from 1942.
What you don't see is the iron and ironing board.
The last thing I did before I went to bed last night was try to iron some of these old documents so they would lay flat.
Nor can you see my grandfather's birth certificate from 1878 under this pile of papers.
AND the purple? Well that's a package of shrink shapes I got from my friend Carol when I attended her card technique class on Saturday. I'm just TOO excited to use them!
And that would be WO-my-WWed for this Anniversary 104th Challenge!
Thank YOU Julia!