I just received a new shipment from Stampin' Up and am busy unmounting the rubber from the wheels I purchased. I cut the jumbo wheel called Birthday Candles into pieces, some to keep and some to share. I used the scotch tape to mask the rubber from left to right as I inked each candle a different color.
The bins in the upper left hold cardstock scraps. The white bin to the right of my scrap bins contains my clean sponges. I never seem to have enough of those. As I use them, they are put in a mesh bag and thrown in the wash with the blue jeans.
The tower behind my Ott light holds my Copic markers and Prisma Color Pencils.
An interesting fact about my desk is that it was built by my great grandfather as a library table around 1920. He was a German woodcrafter who came to America through Ellis Island around 1905. Although he died before I was born, I am the proud owner of three of his furniture pieces.
Here's the finished card using the birthday candles! Irene and Liz, the rest of the candles are headed your way!
Stamps: Birthday Candles by Stampin' Up
Make a Wish Quotes by Fiskers
Papers: Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry and Tempting Turquoise by Stampin' Up
Inks: Memento Rose Bud, Cantaloupe, Lilac Posies, Tangelo, Bahama Blue, and Danelion
Embellishment: Ribbon and Stickles