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Wednesday, 14 October 2015

What's On Your Workdesk, Wednesday?

Hi there on this fine sunny day in Queensland Australia...how are you enjoying the weather in your part of the world?  Of course I'm here today with a photo of the events happening on my desk for the WOYWW 332 - wondering what I'm on about then visit our hostess Julia's blog to read all about it and join in the fun.  I've missed a few weeks lately and missed being at my desk and blogging too with so much happening at our place since our move back into our home. We're cheering today as our house extension/renovations plans are with the engineers for approval, so there is some slow progress - we have the plans with a few builders who are working on quotes...so it's still a waiting game.  I have found a few hours yesterday and today to make a couple of cards - you can see todays card on my desk and the makings scattered around.  At the back I've a finished card and my next task will be to use the die cut remnants to make another...had to remember to collect all those little bits from the die before they got swept into the bin.  I've a few hours of peace and quiet just now so I'm off to visit some crafty workdesks....have a fabulous week Cheers
  
worldwide woyww

26 comments :

  1. Glad to hear you collect all the bits before putting them in the bin. Mind you that's why I have so much stuff. Jackie 21 x

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  2. Glad you are back in your home, nothing like "home" is there? Is that one of the new Distress Inks I spy amongst all your makes - well you are on the road to Christmas by the look of things.
    Take care
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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  3. Gosh, I don't envy you with your renovations, but it will be well worth it.We have inside painting and bathrooms to do.We were going to get started, but mum got pneumonia, and now I just can't get up the enthusiasm again!
    Auntie is LOVING her art course!!

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  4. Enjoy the peaceful moments in the day that you are able to create and don't ever throw away those little bits - but you know that already ;) Happy woyww and a hug from Holland, Marit #29

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  5. Hi Robyn. I really hope the plans and quotes go well and your building work starts soon....I don't like to be the only one up to her ears in building dust hehehe. Enjoy the peace while you can :-)
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 11

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  6. All the best with the plans building applications can be such a draining process. Looks like you are putting together a lovely card in the spare time. Have a lovely week.
    sandra de @9

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  7. Hi Robyn, I hope all your plans work out for the renovation work. I'm sure you're happy to be back home again.
    Your card is so pretty. I love the way you've cut your image with the die abd the sequins look great. I hope to get that Happy Christmas die when I go to the craft show next month. Have a lovely day. Barbxx #34

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  8. Glad you're back home and plans going well. Lovely card! Take care Zo xx 32

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  9. Planning regs and building quotes always seem to take forever...but in the not too distant future, you'll have a home that is amazing. I bet you plan in an enormous craft room too!!
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xxx

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  10. Hi Robyn, thanks for the visit to mine. I had to grin when you mentioned the weather as it's been crazy here today. It was lovely here this morning and now it is pouring it down. It's a little cooler too. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x

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  11. I am always losing important die pieces! Thanks for your earliert vist. Love your C cards. Soojay xx

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  12. It must be lovely to be back home again. I hope all your renovations go well. Planning can take an age can't it but I'm sure it'll all be worth it in the end.
    Hugs Lisax #19

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  13. Pretty cards. Glad you have some time to play. so hard to find that these days, it seems. Creative Blessings! Kelly #43

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  14. Robyn, I do love a desk with projects on it.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. You are actually #24. Noticed I am no longer 23, but 22:)

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #22

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  15. I love that you have that great big pad to work on and catch drips or ink. I think I am always looking for something to toss on the table real quick when I know I want to off set stamp something. :)
    ~Stacy #50

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  16. I love the Christmas card you made!

    Greetings, Sofie #46
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be

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  17. Goodluck with the house approval, the fun will soon begin, love your two colour christmas cards-great idea
    Bridget #1

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  18. There are some very pretty cards on your desk. It would be interesting to see what you make with the die remnants. #53

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  19. Great to see you Robyn, emerging from unpacking and settling! Mind you, if you've got renos planned, your life is going to a t the very least, get dusty! I love both cards, such a good idea with the die cut text!

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  20. Cute! It always feels good to be at your craft table when life has taken you away for awhile. So glad you're back! Thanks for the sweet visit. Sandy Leigh #37

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  21. Glad you are back in, but it sounds as if there's a fair bit to do in the house. It always gets a lot worse, and more messy, before it gets better! I hope you will be pleased with the final results. Your cards are coming along nicely. That hexagon die looks a useful one. Your scratch paper is a good idea too - I used to do this a lot and rather got out of the habit of it. Eventually you can end up with a nice big piece to use as a background, full of random colour! Thanks for your visit and your nice comment. I can't wait for tomorrow to be over and to be able to say I have FINISHED by chemo lol!! Each day that I feel better following that, I know is another step on the road to recovery. I am very pleased to have been able to spend at least a little time in the studio - even an hour a day can make a huge difference to my productivity and how I feel about things in general!! It's a great morale booster.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #27

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  22. I really need to get going with a few C cards myself - I need to let everyone know my new address. x jo

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  23. Hi Robyn
    It looks like you are managing quite nicely in that small space! I do like that Merry Christmas die! And yes, you can always use the leftovers :)
    RosA

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  24. Ooh some lovely cards being made, especially like the crazy birds card.

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  25. Noticed the beautiful Christmas cards on your desk. Like the contrasting purple and white. I like the die cuts on the blue card and the the way you put them together with the added sequins. Thank you for the visit earlier this week. Diane # 25

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Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn

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