It all started yesterday when I was given a box with several 2-ounce containers of semi-used glass/acrylic paints. So I needed to make room on my paint shelf, which ignited a complete redo of my craft room. You know how it goes.....
All my stamps and paper for making cards for the military are now located on the same shelf. I cleared off one of the top shelves and moved my “most frequently-used colors” (other than red, white and blue) of paper. (Blue, green, pink, purple and red are used most).
The card I'm working on right now is on my desk. It's for my step dad's 91st birthday. All done in KC Royals paper (bought here at Scrapbook.com) with black and white photos rubber-cemented on the squares. It's the longest card I've ever made.
I moved a bunch or other things, but it wore me out, and now I'm laying on my bed typing this, feeling tired.
Oh, and my recently made Wonder Woman mobile is proudly hung in the center of the room on the ceiling fan. Close up photos of it are entered as another project.