Thursday, September 18, 2008

Thursday Thirteen #76: My Craft Table



I've been in card-making mode this week, so here are thirteen things currently on my craft table:

1. Several card sketches printed from SCS and Sheetloads.

2. Halloween/Thanksgiving/Christmas stamps.

3. Fiskars paper trimmer.

4. Assorted brads, including Halloween ones in the shape of crescent moons, pumpkins and bats.

5. Ribbon--red, green, orange w/ white polka dots, red/green argyle patterned...

6. Stampin' Up Mat Pack and hole piercer for placing brads on cards.

7. Ink pads in various shades for autumn and Christmas cards.

8. The Autumn issue of TAKE TEN magazine.

9. Large tub of cardstock and Christmas patterned paper.

10. Set of Le Plume markers.

11. Small pair of scissors.

12. Ticket corner punch.

13. Cards in various stages of progress--some are almost complete, others I have paper cut and ready to piece together.





LINKS TO OTHER THURSDAY THIRTEENS:

Adelle Laudan * Stephanie Sullivan * Robin Rotham
Alice Audrey * Pamela * RJ LeBeau * Kaige
Shelley Munro * Nina Pierce * Debbie Mumford
Mel * Paige Tyler * Jennifer McKenzie * Nina Persson
Savannah Chase * Marta/CC * Eaton Bennett

(leave your link in comments, I’ll add you here!)


The purpose of the meme is to get to know everyone who participates a little bit better every Thursday. Visiting fellow Thirteeners is encouraged! If you participate, leave the link to your Thirteen in others comments. It’s easy, and fun! Be sure to update your Thirteen with links that are left for you, as well! I will link to everyone who participates and leaves a link to their 13 things. Trackbacks, pings, comment links accepted!



12 comments:

Nina said...

Cool stuff!

You know, I was at friend's house yesterday. She wanted to make Christmas cards and had bought some supplies for that. I brought some of my supplies, not all though. Just five boxes. LOL! She was impressed by the sheer amount of stuff I had. Or maybe it was that I used a bag on wheels to wheel it around in. :)

Did I tell you I made four Christmas cards with the gingerbreadman stamp you gave me? Well I did. I'll post them on blog when I find the time. Maybe I have an hour or two off tomorrow to scan them.

Nina

Robin L. Rotham said...

Girl, you're a lot more ambitious than I am, LOL!

Adelle said...

You know, I bet my girls could lose everything on that table in less than an hour LOL Sounds like you're having fun. Good for you. Happy T13!

Shelley Munro said...

I like to do craft things but haven't done any for years. Have fun on my behalf. ;-)

Debbie Mumford said...

Oooo...I love hearing about other people's crafty stuff. I'm a quilter, so I have lots of rotary cutters and acrylic rulers. LOL

Stephanie Adkins said...

You are so creative! Have fun! Happy Thursday! *hugs*

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Heather said...

Nina ~ Sounds like you and friend had a fun day making cards together. Can't wait to see your gingerbread cards!

Robin ~ LOL...some days, anyway. Today was definitely one of the better days. I spent the evening stamping and coloring Halloween images. Now to cut paper to match. Hmmm...

Adelle~ Or they would have just as much fun as I've been having. *grin* I think we'd need a much bigger table, though. *wink*

Heather said...

Shelley~ It always saddens me when people say they haven't had time time for crafts. Everyone nmeeds those breaks from reality when they are free to unleash their creativity in new ways. Will certainly think of you as I cut and piece. ;)

Debbie~ Oh, quilting! I wish I were handier with a needle and thread, but while I excel at counted cross-stitch, sewing has never been my forte. Would love to learn how to knit sometime, too.

Aw, shucks...Thanks Stephanie! ;)

Eaton Bennett said...

All those items being turned into Christmas cards, etc., sounds like a lot of fun...and joy for the recipients. But where do you get the time for this? :)

Heather said...

Eaton~ You make time. And you use sketches that allow you to mass produce. I have never been one who can just veg in front of the TV, so I use that time for cutting and stamping (or cross-stitching). You'd be amazed how much you can get donw in an hour or two!

Friends and I also try to get together once or twice a year for an all-day "stamp camp," where we work on individual projects while catching up on all the latest dirt. ;)

Alice Audrey said...

How'd I miss this one? Well, I'm here now. I jealous of all your supplies, but I already do way too many craft things. I'll stick to sewing for now.

Heather said...

Hi Alice! This one went up really late last week, so that's probably how you (and a lot of others) missed it. Thanks for checking it out this week--I'm jealous of anyone who can sew well!