Wednesday, February 20, 2013

My poor desk

Well it's Wednesday again and I have absolutely nothing on my desk at all to show over at What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday this week. I have been holed up on the settee for three days and I feel dreadful. I've got this man flu bug that's going round and as well as having no energy at all, my ribs are killing me from coughing :(
So onto my poor desk

I had several people ask me about the eBosser last week but I thought I would save my reply till this week and make a total muppet of myself in public. When trying to sort out my stuck die in my poorly ebosser what do you think was the one thing I didn't check? Yes, you guessed it, the plug!!! I had put a big box on top of the plug and hadn't noticed that it had knocked the switch to off. So the answer to the question quite a few people wanted to know is yes....the ebosser works a dream.

In reply to Julia's question......I really like the ebosser Julia and find it very convenient to have on the side of my desk, it's so easy just to load a die into the machine and carry on with what you were doing. It also doesn't take up very much space unlike the Big Shot Pro, which I was saving up for. I won't get rid of my Big Shot because I sometimes need a lot of more than one die cut for my wedding stationery and my mum takes it home with her to cut some for me but I still have a cutter too. I will say though that although it has a carry handle I wouldn't like to carry it very far, it's blooming heavy.

I'm going back to sleep now but will be up tomorrow as I have work to catch up on.

Take care and thanks for dropping by. :) 


Heather Alger said...

Glad its working well.
love those Beautiful Spring Daffodils on your desk too x
Happy WOYWW Heather #72

Angela said...

Hope you feel better soon, the daffs look very pretty on your desk :) take care, AngelGreetings #150 xx

Pallavi said...

aww your desk is so cute! love the flowers..i'll have to do this to my craft space too! I love my cuttlebug and use it wayyy more than my cricut machine..its so much quicker to grab and die cut rather than plugging in and playing with cartridges..

Monica said...

have a hot mik and brandy at it will banish the fever. I too have problems that resut form simple mishaps and turning of stuff tops the list. Get well and them dive into the paper
monica 125

Anne said...

Oh poor you hope you will son be better. Lovely flowers for us to enjoy. Anne x #99

Ria Gall said...

so glad to hear that the problem was just the switch and not a problem with the machine it is a mistake no one else will make after reading this so you will have helped some of us
Wishing you a really great WOYWW
Ria #73

Alison Scott said...

That's a shame that you are sick. It really is making the rounds this thing isn't it.
Those daffs are certainly cheery. I love them. :-)

Beryl said...

So sorry to here you have been struck by the dreaded 'man flu' or in your case - genuine flu I suspect. Take care of yourself and don't try to do too much too soon when you think you are getting over it.
Beryl xx