Wednesday, 30 March 2011

WOYWW 95 - the Blog Candy one

Except it's not - I lied. The blog candy is HERE

Now that I've got your attention - Crikey, where in the heck did the week go????  And here we are, almost in April.

Just a quick one from me and I'm scheduling this to upload in the morning - but my desk won't change between now and tomorrow night cos I'm tumbling into bed in a mo.  Got matchsticks for eyes at the moment.  LOL

So here is my desk:


What have we here this week?  Well Tilda is still lurking on my WOYWW easel, waiting to be made into a card.  You can see Lil Miss B's Mother's day card (the kitten and puppy 3D decoupage) and my attempts at a nice one for my own Mum.  She has a penchant for fuschias and I found a lovely digistamp of one on.... um.... I think it was the Card Making Downloads site.  If you look really closely, you will also see the Sketch Saturday sketch I'm going to use.

So, don't forget to join in with the blog candy, and head over to Dunnit Dimensions to join in with WOYWW http://www.stamping-ground.blogspot.com/

20 comments:

Marjo said...

Thanks for the peek and sharing. Have a great WOYWW

Hugs Marjo #22

Dragon said...

Wonderful stuff lurking in the shadows... iPad let's me see in the conners... Great desk and projects
Frankie
xx

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Well here we are with another WOYWW! – quite a bit going on here again, loving the cards in limbo land.. have few of them too! off to peek at the candy! thanks so much for sharing..
Shaz in oz. x #35

Julia Dunnit said...

Hope you slept well! Now, under the paints and at the back of your immediate work area..a rack of wooden metal stamps? What? Please tell me..
How great that your baby is making you a card. Mine won't unless it involves a roll of sellotape!!

sasa said...

Still looking dark here...are you a secret crafter! Need a week of sleep too but can't get away from my table!
Thanks for sharing your workdesk today. Wishing you lots of creativity until next time!

Sasa (Sarah) at 1

http://blueboxbabe.blogspot.com/

Karen said...

Lovely projects on your creative workspace. TFS.
Have a great WOYWW,
Karen #79

JoZart said...

Lots of subtle lights set the scene to lurk and wonder what else is there. Great stuff and thanks for the snoop,
JoZarty x

S said...

Fuschia is always a good thing.

Cardarian said...

Your desk is full of lovely papers and other interesting things - love the fuchsia digi!
I hope you had a good nights sleep! I wish I had!

Hugs,
Cardarian

Cauliflower Cupcake said...

Wow, loving the desk as usual - what do you use the talcum powder for? Happy 5th blogoversary - it is my very first blogoversary TODAY
Take Care
Rebecca x (41)

Lavinia said...

OOooo I would like a root in that there dark looking corner with the shelves! Lots of pots & paints going on there! Anyhow what you doing reading this, get to bed!!! ...:0)
Lavinia
x

okienurse said...

Nice neat desk and a very creative workspace. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #83

The Crafty Elf said...

Interesting desk. Love all the markers, jars and the bright beautiful papers. I see baby powder too. Is there a special use for that, that I may be missing? Thank you for the peek this week.

LuLu said...

Howdy,
Your space looks perfect for the creative muse to stike.

Thanks for sharing and Happy WOYWW!

Peace,
LuLu
www.lulu-too-beaucoup.blogspot.com

RosA said...

Hi there, I zoomed in to your desk and am wondering what all the nice looking coloured pens are on the left hand side?

Kezzy said...

Ooooo lots of gorgeous crafty inspiration on your desk, loving the papers and cards your making. Xx

Ohhh Snap said...

Lovely crafty goodies :D. TFS! #128

Ohhh Snap said...

Actually I'm #130 lol. I need a post-it note to keep track what number I am every week :D

Mrs A. said...

Loving all your pink papers. Especially the stripes and polka dots. Years ago you would never have dreamt of using the two together. Hugs Mrs A. #16

Elizabeth said...

Hi Morti, your desk looked ready for a lot of lovely crafting - the fuschia digi stamp is fab. Elizabeth x #96

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