I've left these photos small so as not to blind you with the clutter, but feel free to click on them (gosh, I hope Blogger cooperates this time and allows for that!) if you want to see any painful details.
This is the main table about 24 hours ago. I had carted off an armful of punches and put them away, so I stopped to take a shot of what was left. I did play some more last night, so this got messier before it got cleaner.
But then I got smart and started to put away the scrapbook stuff so it all stayed together. That way I can take it out next week and pick up where I left off. My plan was to put it all in the box from whence I'd retrieved The Book. You remember The Book, right? It's the horribly over-filled, detailed log of my road trip.
Also note, however, that in the fuzzy background behind The Book are stacks of things that have been staged for the workshop projects. See? I've sorta kinda started getting ready. Um, that was a lie. I stage these things so I do not have to put them away. I tell myself it helps me to remember all the things I need to have out for each card so I do not forget something, and that works for me. Much easier than putting things away and then having to get them out later, don't you agree?
As you can see, The Box is no longer empty. In fact, it is fuller than before I started this scrapbook business. That is because I cleaned. I put all the scrapbook-related stuff from the tables into The Box. Unfortunately, (1) The Box is pretty full and I am not done cleaning, (2) The Book has not been placed back into The Box yet (and apparently now it cannot be ...), and (3) I now have a 50+ page scrapbook that contains half the s-crap from the Craft/Storage Room, and I need to store it somewhere.Oh, but there is more!
This is the table tonight. There are remnants of my Tutorial photography session from last night, but most of it is stuff left from the scrapbook extravaganza. It just needs to be put away. Somewhere.
Oh, and can you see that SU box peeking out from under the huge box of shoes? That is part of an SU shipment that, once the big box has left the building, I will triage and distribute to the bags of SU merchandise waiting to be picked up on Sunday.