Wednesday, 5 March 2014

What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday - WOYWW248

Hi Blogging friends  what a great week since the last WOYWW, for those of you who are not clear what this is, drop into the Stamping Ground
where Julia has the information you need.

This week I have been busy working on a card using the Masterboard that was on my desk last week.
I decided to turn this into a 'Mother's Day' card.
If you look below, on the left side, are all the bits cut up from the masterboard, plus some other matching card.

 
I haven't quite finished this project as I had to stop and make a sympathy card so I have that on my desk too.
I thought while I was at it I would make a few sympathy cards but hope I don't need to use them.
 
Just a reminder of the Masterboard.
This is what it looked like before I cut it up.
 

And this is where I am with it now.
Not quite finished though.
 

When I have completed it I will post the instructions for making.
Probably towards the end of the week.
So that's it folks, have a nice week.

Back soon,
Angela x

 

 
 
 
 

18 comments:

  1. I really do not make that kind of card often enough.... yours looks amazing and reminds me of a beautiful Spring day - if only! Hugs, Anne x

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  2. As promised my first visit of the week, absolutely LOVE your Mother's Day creation it is amazing. Still don't really know what a masterboard is but never mind. Always handy to have sympathy cards made as you often don't feel like it when the time comes and it does come for us all. Gosh that got a bit morbid - oops. Have a great week BJ#67

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  3. That Mother's Day creation is wonderful - what a little work of art! x Jo #60

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  4. What a fabulous card! Love the florals you made with the tattered floral die (my favorite die!!). I would love to see how you did it next time. Winnie#65

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  5. Oooo, what pretty colors, those will be wonderful for Mother's Day.

    Happy Woyww,

    Sandy #23

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  6. Hey Angela! as a crafter who has blogged about master boards this very week, I'm delighted to see I'm not making it all up. This is lovely, what a great result you've got from it.

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  7. Wow that is a lot of work, I don't really know what a master board is, I must go and google it. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creation and visiting me.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 14
    Happy WOYWW

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  8. I can't wait to get the instructions for making the box. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. April #20

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  9. I think that is slightly more than a card, a very pretty box indeed and I love the idea of the masterboard. Annette #3

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  10. Oh WOW! That is the masterboard creation. WOW!
    I know it is not a nice topic but your lily cards are beautiful.
    Lookimg forward to getting the instructions for your box card.
    Hugs, Neet xx 8

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  11. Just love your box card! I'm hoping to make my first at retreat this weekend. And I need lots of Easter cards too. Thanks for stopping by (I'm giggling at the cat in the lower left corner of my screen) and happy belated WOYWW!
    Carol N #4

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  12. Because I had to scroll down to see your desk post, I was able to read the masterboard piece you wrote above, so I was familiar with what was on your desk.
    Thanks for visiting me yesterday. Happy slightly late WOYWW from #1.

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  13. Wow, look at all that Spring! Makes me warm and happy just to see those lovely flowers! Lucky one to get that creation for sure!
    Angie #96

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  14. What a beautiful card, bursting with springtime, love it! Happy late WOYWW! :o) Annie C #70

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  15. Hello Angela, thanks for stopping by my nest, I love your master board, your gorgeous box, I have to make one for some ATC's can't wait to do it, so your instructions will be very helpful,have a wonderful weekend.. Dianne #80

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  16. WOW Angela what and awesome idea this box card is. THanks for the directions in the previous post! Have a great week and thanks for stopping by my desk! Vickie aka Okienurse #57

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  17. Having googled master-board, I now know what this is all about! What a terrific idea! The box you have made is simply stunning. Sorry you had to make a sympathy card, but it does look very beautiful, and I am sure it will be well received. Thanks for your visit and your nice comment - I am feeling much better now, thank you, although still coughing, but I antiipate that will stay around for a while at least! Not too much time for my ARTHaven at the moment as I'm busy wrestling with codecs and video formats as I learn some powerful new video editing software. Not enough hours in the day!!

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #83

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  18. Amazing! Thank you for visiting. Karen #56

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