Wednesday, 19 April 2017

WOYWW 411 # What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends. 
Here we are for another Wednesday at the Workdesk. 
I am here again to show you:

"What's on my Workdesk this Wednesday".

If you don't know what this is all about then please visit the
 
Stamping Ground, our host Julia will explain.


So here is my desk for today!

 
Desk just as I left it yesterday after finishing a project.
 
These are nice coloured skeleton leaves and there's one of my little rollers and a blank jigsaw waiting to be decorated.
 
 
I'm in-between projects at the moment so not much going on though the stuff left on the desk might be a clue.
Sorry to be a tease again but the boss wouldn't like it if I show you too soon however, I can show you some a card which is now live at The Craft Barn blog which I made a while ago when I first started playing with the Oxide inks.

 
 
There are details on the post below relating to this and where to find the tutorial that goes with it if you want more details.
 
So that's me done for today.

 Thanks for stopping by and hope you will pop over and join in the visits around the other desks.

 I'm off now to see what everyone else is up to.
Have a great woyww 
and 
happy crafting,

Angela x

24 comments:

  1. You like to tease us Angela but I will say I love the card.
    Hope you have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  2. Always difficult when Wednesday comes round and one is inbetween projects. I never know whether to leave it as it is or 'stage' something so that it looks as though I'm busy. I love that you left yours as is .... those leaves are very pretty.... look forward to seeing how they were used.
    Have a good week
    Christine #17

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  3. Love the card, and those fabby skeleton leaves! Looking forward to seeing those in use. Thank you for your comment - work is progressing rapidly now, and we're at the dusty stage as he hacks off the render from the wall. The new floor is down, and everything's hunky dory down there now. What a relief. I'll try and post a WOYWW post later but it won't be my desk because nothing has happened up there for several weeks!

    Shoshi

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  4. What a pretty card, love the colour of the DIO you used.
    Now, teasing again Angela ... tut tut ... LOL
    Hugs, Neet 22 xx

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  5. I love having a little peak into your creative space each week. It's always encouraging to see fantastic art coming out of 'ordinary' desk space to inspire those of us that don't have purpose built studios!

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  6. Hi Angela, love the card, and I'm not normally a 'pink' person, lol. But it is beautiful.Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #15 XxX

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  7. Lovely card and I am sure even when you are in-between projects you do not stop. looks like your desk is full of great ideas.
    sandra de @10

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  8. The card looks amazing. Will have to check out the post as I have all the Distress Oxides (they are yummy). Thanks for visiting earlier. Sarah #11

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  9. Gorgeous card, what a super designer you are.
    BJ#13 back from the dentist, still numb and trying to fill time before being allowed lunch, but not until after 2pm!! Thanks for visiting me.

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  10. Angela, your card is gorgeous! I love the stamps, muted palette and the layout design- Brilliant!
    hugs,Jackie
    ps...you are such a tease! heehee

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  11. That's ok - we love visiting your desk whether you're in between projects or not! Those skeleton leaves are really pretty, the colours are gorgeous :-D
    Hugs, LLJ 1 xxx

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  12. Fab desk and pix today - I have some of those skeleton leaves somewhere ..

    Happy WOYWW

    Kathyk
    #8

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  13. Hi Angela, I love the card.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #7

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  14. I have a bag of skeleton leaves from many moons ago and am never sure what to use them for so they remain in the box!!
    Your card is beautiful, I love those seed heads.
    Thanks for popping earlier.
    Hugs Lisax #12

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  15. I am really impressed with the assortment of colors you have for your skeleton leaves Angela, ( seems to me I only used to find them in red, orange and cream) so the purples are really attention getting for me. ~Stacy #32

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  16. what a gorgeous card! Helen #3

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  17. Gorgeous card, Angela, and I love those leaves. It's no secret that I'm addicted to all things organic!

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  18. What a beautiful card!
    Seeing them on your desk reminds me that I need to buy disposable gloves too - I am so fed up with getting paint under my nails. lol

    Have a wonderful Wednesday!
    Bubbles #27

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  19. Beautiful card, Angela. I had to read the paragraph on your sidebar "about me" to my hubby, because of what you say about your husband. I think my husband can relate. :) Thanks for sharing. #38

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  20. Ooh I love that card - it's gorgeous and I've just popped across and seen your post about it. I love how the oxides work on the black card - the whole thing is beautiful.
    Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #6

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  21. I love the skeleton leaves - so pretty! And your card is beautiful and elegant. Can't wait to get my hands on that oxide ink! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #35

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  22. Oooh, you remind me of some skeleton leaves I must have laying around somewhere (but where...?) I love what you did with them! Thanks for visiting my blog yesterday, I send you sunshine from the Netherlands and a big hug, Marit #20

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  23. I've also got a ton of those skeleton leaves around here somewhere too :)
    I'm going to have to look at those oxide inks and find out whether I actually "need" them!
    Thanks for your lovely comment re my journal page. Much appreciated.

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  24. Hello, thanks for popping by. Sorry I'm late coming to visit you. The card is lovely. keep hearing about the oxide inks - don't know a lot about them, I will have to investigate. Anne x 21

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When I know where you are, I can visit you too.
Angela x

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