Monday, July 13, 2015

Where Bloggers Create 2015


I counted  9 tables in my craft room, these are the operational ones, the others are storage tables. 1st table behind where I sit at my computer is the Postcard Table where I write all my postcards that I send all around the world for a group called Postcrossing . I have thoroughly enjoyed meeting people all over the world via postcards and made a few penpals too.

The 2nd table behind the Postcard Table is the storage table for all the postcards and parapenalia to go with the postcards. Not only do we swap postcards but we swap magnets, stamps, calendars and chocolate etc.

This is my computer desk, with the tv to the right so I can catch up with new and my favourite tv programmes while I craft or communicate through my computer.

This table is the clean table LOL but also the second table to write letters and more postcards as well as craft. The shelves hold rubber stamps and anything to do with rubber stamping.

This 3rd table has the pocket letter folder where I make up Pocket Letters and post to who I have tagged in Postcrossing. It is my craft desk, and shelves holds cookbooks, books on crafting and more rubber stamps.

Behind my 2nd and third tables are my half my scissors storage, ink pads, dies, tape etc

My 4th table is the cutting area where all the machinery goes and of course its in a mess and has pillow cases LOL, not sure why because I dont use pillow cases in my crafting.

Joining My Desert Cottage for Where Bloggers Create 2015 this is my first year in participating

14 comments:

  1. Blimey! Your craftroom is bigger than my house! Six tables! Lucky you. I suppose Australia is a big country so the houses can be bigger haha.
    Do you display your postcards anywhere?

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  2. Wow--there are a lot of tables! There are so few people like you who still handwrite letters and postcards. Good for you!

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  3. Wow, lots of neat things in your studio. I made a few pocket letters and love the concept but forgot to photograph them to share. Mostly cards for me and I belong to a couple of groups that exchange them.
    Happy Crafting.

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  4. What a great space, love all those supplies, makes me want to dive in and get crafty! Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Great space. It's so big. Your blessed. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Meat pie! Sorry, ex-pat Aussie here :) And I have some sort of stomach thing going on so it's kind of amazing I got that excited :) I love your stamp storage ... and I'm going to have to search for pocket letters. Sounds intriguing.

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  7. My, that is not just a little craft room, that is a workroom! It's wonderful, so much space to spread out and store your great collection of supplies. Thanks for sharing, Cindy

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  8. Hello, I'm visiting from WBC ~ all the way from Texas ;) Such a spacious room! What a blessing! Happy creating, Cecilia

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  9. Wow what a large great space!! if the craft world makes it I bet you have it..you lucky gal...Greeting from South Carolina USA...

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  10. Oh Bridget what an amazing space for creating!!! How do you keep track of all that you have??? I think we are all a envious of all your crafting supplies! Thank you so much fo joining the party and letting us all have a peak inside that wonderful space. :)
    xo,
    Karen

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  11. I didn't realize you were playing in this blog hop, even though I saw your comment about photographing some of my handmade papers. I plan to send some out to Halle soon, so I'll let you know when I post about and photograph them. It's obvious I'm running late to the party, but I am so glad to be here now. I couldn’t miss this opportunity to see your incredible studio. I've seen bits of it over T and WOYWW, but NEVER seen the entire set-up before.

    Thanks for sharing this amazing HUGE space and showing what it actually looks like in all its glory.

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  12. What a huge space, I am so jealous! I love that you have stations for all the different things you are involved in. I would love to pen pal or at the least exchange a pocket letter or postcard. I love making friends all over the world and still get so excited to received "real" mail (my term for happy mail since everything these days seems to be bills or advertisements,). Just let me know and I will happily exchange info with you,

    Thank you for the tour, your space is wonderful.

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  13. Huge space! You have room to do so many things and have many projects going on at the same time. Very impressive.

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  14. I love this tour for so many reasons. One is for the ideas I get. I think I need to find a place like yours to hang my scissors. I spend more time hunting for scissors.

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