Wednesday, 7 May 2014

WOYWW # 257 What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday.

Hi Blogbuddies another week on my desk and desks throughout the world, brought to you by our host Julia at the Stamping Ground.

And here is my desk for this week:

Sorry but I am still pushing back and sideways actually lol!
the boxes are ready for a good tidy again! but I have been busy making stuff lol!
 
Just there on the right of the picture is some lovely net that I saved from some fruit, not sure yet what I shall do with it.
On the left some new Timmy dies, lovely and in the centre a canvas that I am using as a frame for a Lavina Stamp digi download.
The lanyard hung up is by Tim Holtz and was a gift at 'Art from the Heart', I keep my paper distresser attached to it so I know where it is when I need it.
 
I think next week I shall start opening the drawers and let you have a peek inside as one or two people have shown interest in having a look and to be honest I am not exactly sure what's in there myself lol!
 
 
Well that's my desk for this week and it's up to you whether you choose to go any further down this post.
You have lots of desks to look at so it's up to you.
Have a great week and happy crafting,
Angela x
 
However I must continue with the project for this week as it has been taking me a while to complete due to family commitments.
If you are still here you might like to come with me.
 
 
This is a Lavinia Stamps digi download (Fairies On Fabric) called Zen Houses which I have printed onto fabric and which you can find here.
You can also get the printable fabric media here too.
 





I began by tacking a layer of wadding to the back of the fabric and then starting the stitch work.
 

 
Various threads and beads were used to decorate this fabric picture.
 



 
When I have finished the design, I will complete the canvas and will be back with this later in the week.
 
Bye for now and happy crafting,
Angela x
 
 





 

26 comments:

  1. Hi Angela, isn't it amazing how we crafters manage to work in a tiny square of space, surrounded by all the things we are using at the time!? Personally I can never find anything, even when it is right in front of my nose!

    Love your Lavinia piece, it is going to look gorgeous on the canvas - love it and look forward to seeing the finished piece. Hugs, Anne xx

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  2. what a wonderful crafty spot, Angela.. love the last lot of shots too - very nice work indeedy! happy WOYWW Shaz in oz.x #35

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  3. I just love your fairy houses! Too cool! And I agree with Redanne about how we manage to work in such tiny spaces. What a hoot! Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #66

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  4. I thought you were talking about your bra when you mentioned push up and to the side!! There's a gap in the market, Crafting Bras.... ;-)
    You are so clever doing that with the printed fabric, it's sooooo cute. I wouldn't have thought of that in a million years. It would make a great canvas for a child's bedroom or something similar!
    Hugs, LLJ 2 xx

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  5. Love that fabric piece it's adorable! Happy WOYWW Cindy #36

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  6. Crikey that is lovely. And so is your compact craft space. I'll have to have click thru to the link - sounds interesting, even tho' I don't really do needlework :)

    Happy WOYWW! Getting back to it now my connection has come back :)

    Mary Anne (1)

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  7. Oh my, Angela, those fairy houses are just so lovely! Do show us the completed canvas - I just might have to add this to my ever-growing list of projects to do! Have a lovely week, Chris # 47

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  8. Great stitch project ! I have these Lavinia designs as stamps & have enjoyed using them - but these are great as a fabric project ! Ali #19

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  9. Amazing little piece you're working on! Love the digi image. Thanks for the earlier visit! Hugs and Happy WOYWW! Nan G #8

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  10. That is just amazing I'm so impressed you created that on fabric it's so pretty and all the little beads are perfect touch
    hugs Nikki 12
    thanks for the visit :)

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  11. It's fun to go through drawers you haven't' opened in a while and rediscover old treasures. Your embroidery homescape is lovely. Blessings!

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  12. Goodness, you have put a lot of work into that fabric, and I'm really impressed with your desk and cubby setup. Yep, I'm curious about all those drawers, too. Thanks for your visit yesterday and happy slightly late WOYWW from #5.

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  13. G'day Angela
    thanks for dropping by my blog for WOYWW. Oh now here is a desk I feel at home at LOL...busy and fun and yep I too don't always remember what's in what draw LOL. Angela the houses canvas is gorgeous and I love the stitched elements!
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #39

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  14. Hmm, how is our time more wisely spent: tidying or crafting? I'll go for a messy desk anytime. It's far more fun.

    Happy WOYWW,
    KatzElbows #92

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  15. What a beautiful looking desk and a lovely fabric piece. Thanks for your visit.

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  16. Super stitchwork and a Timmy lanyard cool or what? Thanks for the visit BJ#48

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  17. Love what youa re doing with the fabric, such a pretty design and you are colouring it beautifully! Annette#9

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  18. loved the ATC Angela hope mine arrived safely...I could have hand delivered it LOL...small world indeed great desk this week what a stunning project teh houses are fab ..my you are talented and would love a peak in your drawers ... looking forward to that ( I'm so nosey!) have a great week belated woyww wishes Andrea x

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  19. Wow! This is stunning. Saw it on Lavinia Stamps and had to have a look :)

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  20. Push back is a legitimate tidying technique, do not apologise! Late enough to have seen the cottages finished and framed - really delightful, you must so pleased!

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  21. hi Angela, thank you for following me am now your latest follower.
    Amazing blog you have, what fantastic work you do.
    pam

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  22. Thanks for all your kind comments. So pleased you like it.
    Have a great weekend.
    Happy crafting, Angela x

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  23. What a lovely organised work area you have.
    Love the canvas, look forward to seeing its progression.
    Thank you for visiting me - sorry I am so late. Hugs, Neet 25 x

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  24. Just stopped in for a quick hello, Angela! I haven't had the time to WOYWW and miss all my buddies there. I hope to be back on soon and take part in the swap.

    You do amazing works of art in your tiny space! That fabric canvas is really incredible!! Hugs, Darnell

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  25. Sorry I am so late visiting not sure where the week had gone so having a quick fly round the desks before we start again, thanks for sharing - Nicky 11

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  26. Hello, Your desk is so compelling with all of the fun supplies. And I like seeing your charming piece. I look forward to seeing it completed. Thank you for your warm welcome on my first WOYWW post. What a friendly and welcoming group!

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Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoyed looking around. Please leave a comment if you can as I really enjoy reading what you have to say.
When I know where you are, I can visit you too.
Angela x

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