Wednesday, 27 August 2014

WOYWW 273 # What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday.

A big welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.
 
Hi Workdesk friends.
Angela here to show you "What's on my work desk this Wednesday"(WOYWW).
How quickly it comes round again, Wednesday I mean. If you are not sure what this is about? visit our host Julia and you will have access to desks throughout the world, so hope you will hop over to the
Stamping Ground and all will be revealed.
 
This will be a quick post today but I hope a useful one.
I have been having problems using my eBosser, just space really, well lack of it. They do need quite a large space so that the paper/card and plates can go in and then come out at the back,
for this reason I have not used it as much as I would like to, so what to do!!!
Then Mr Mojo had an absolute brain wave, when helping me to clear the outbuilding he spied an old Lazy Susan, you know they are a round turntable and I realised it was just the thing I needed (so glad I didn't send it to the charity shop Lol!).
 
I am sure you will see from the photographs how this will work.
 
 

 
 
 
So there you have it!
 
Now I'm off to visit my friends and hope you will join me and pop over to see what everyone else has been up to, on their desks this week.
 
Have a great week and happy crafting,
Angela x
 
 
 

21 comments:

  1. Gotta love the brainwaves that utilise space so well like that.. great idea and love the wooden lazy Susan too!!!!
    Cool. Like it was made for it...
    happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x #10

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  2. What a brilliant idea - I've recently got myself the ebosser as the BigShot was making my frozen shoulder worse, but now I have to lift the ebosser up from under all the rubbish under my desk and that still exacerbates the shoulder prob - I am loving the lazy susan idea - that would be perfect for me - thanks so much for sharing - I might just nick that idea! Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #27

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  3. Hi Angela, I actually forgot it was Wednesday, that's how busy I've been! Love the idea with the lazy susan..pure inspiration! Hugs Carole Z X

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  4. Hi Angela, that is inspired..Hubby and I have been known to come up with many ingenious uses for a lazy susan! Cx #55

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  5. Now that's just clever!! The perfect solution to your storage problem :-) You know you kept that Lazy Susan for a reason!! Hope it helps...
    HUgs, LLJ 20 xx

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  6. What a great idea! Lazy Susans are some of my favorite space savers and that's just a perfect use for one. :-)

    Happy creating and happy woyww!

    Sandy #44

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  7. Now that's what call a clever idea! Well done for coming up with that one! Anne x

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  8. Very clever indeed!
    Happy WOYWW
    Krisha #19

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  9. Brilliant idea. Thanks for popping by. Happy WOYWW Anne x #28

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  10. Amazing how "kitcheny" stuff end up as great useful objects in the "crafty" room! LOL! Happy WOYWW and thanks for popping by!
    Carol N #51

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  11. Great idea! It's amazing how things you thought you'd never use again can be reused for another purpose. Happy WOYWW and thanks for visiting! ~ Laura #58

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  12. Hi Angela, happy WOYWW and thanks for visiting my craft room. I'm loving the idea of the lazy susan...I uncovered mine in the move so I just maybe relocating at the new place...thanks for the idea. Cheers RobynO#24

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  13. Now that's clever thinking. I wonder if there is a lazy susan big enough to get my whole room on, then I can spin it to get to all my junk :) Have a great week,
    Von #15

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  14. What a great idea! I wonder if anyone will notice if mine disappears upstairs?
    Thanks for visiting earlier..
    Hugs
    Lynda B. 49

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  15. You see? This is the danger with having a good old clear out - I'm doing it myself at the moment, hence my late visit! I cannot count the number of times I've thought "OH! I have the perfect thing to solve that problem" one second and ten in the next second I remember it went in the bin or to the charity shop! I do love me a lazy susan - I have two in the spice cabinet that I treasure. I really do need to source some more cause they are SO handy.

    Glad I did come late cause the next post about the challenge blog sound like something work checking out. And maybe even the previous one - I don't tend to make a lot of cards but love other sorts of paper sculpture projects to I will pop to both and have a look - any excuse to make stuff when I have no recipient in mind LOL!


    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (7)

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  16. Hi Angela, I have a Lazy Susan and it is so useful.

    Hope you have a good day.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

    Sue 25

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  17. I am sitting hear red faced, Angela I don't know what happened there. I love how your page turned out. Great idea using the lazy Susan.

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  18. Oops, I don't use my Ebosser enough either - but I have a Lazy Susan in the porch underneath a floral arrangement. Thanks for the tip - must give it a try.
    Have a lovely week.
    Hugs, Neet 14 cc

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  19. Brilliant, Angela. Not just for an e-bosser, I imagine. Many things could be usefully put on that lazy Susan. Great tip.
    Thanks for visiting.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #17

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  20. What a stroke of genius to make use of your lazy susan in that way. Must check out the Mirror Crack'd blog when it goes live. sorry for the very late visit but happy WOYWSaturday :o) Annie C #61

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  21. What a great idea for making your e bosser easier to use. Now you'll have to decorate the lazy Susan lol!
    Debs 37

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