Wednesday, 9 July 2014

WOYWW 266 # What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.


A big welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.
 
Hi Workdesk friends.
Angela here to show you "what's on my work desk this Wednesday"(WOYWW) and if you visit Julia you will have access to desks throughout the world, so hope you will hop over to the Stamping Ground and all will be revealed.
 
 
And here is my desk offering for this week.
 

I am working on another of our Masterboard swaps, this one was made by my friend Gloria and I am finishing it using the Tim Holtz Cabinet Card dies.
I will be posting the whole project on Masterboard Monday next week so if you are interested please pop over.
 
You can just about see part of it towards the back of the desk, showing a Paper Artsy stamp image.
And these are the back sections which I have embossed.
 
 
 
Well that's a nice quick post and hope you will pop over to Julia and take a look at the other deskers offerings.
If there is anything on the desk you want to know about, just ask.
 
Happy Crafting,
 
Angela x


 

37 comments:

  1. I love the Cabinet Card die, look forward to seeing what you create with those beautiful die cuts! Hugs, Anne x

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  2. I really enjoyu looking at your desk. Everything is so neat and compact.
    Great cabinet cards - now what are you doing with them all?
    Hugs, Neet 6 xx

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  3. These look great! Can't wait to see this project finished:) Happy WOYWW!!! Evelyn # 43

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  4. LOL! In the words of Arnie, "Ah'll be Bach" for Mnday. It's all looking very pretty so far. and congrats on your blogiversary. I don't even know when mine is but I should go look, shouldn't I? Doh!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (1)

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  5. Well, I don't think I know what a masterboard swap is so I will have to do some googling. :) Love the embossing on the back pages.Here from WOYWW.
    Cathy #61

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  6. Looking forward to seeing the finished project. Liking the distressed edges so far.
    Have a fun week
    Gillian #49

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  7. Haven't heard of a masterboard swap before - will have to pop back to see what the end result looks like.
    Bernice #3

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  8. Love those back pages! And I'm also curious about a "master board swap." Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #71

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  9. I haven't seen that die before, it looks really interesting. Love the colours you're using.
    Hugs Lisax 36

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  10. Hi Angela, thanks for visiting my desk....those embossed panels are looking very interesting so I will be back to check out the final piece. Happy WOYWW and hope you get some more crafting time. RobynO#28

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  11. Wow, that embossing is so pretty. I'd love to learn it one day as it's so effective but I'm flat out right now.
    I love seeing all the great things you can do when I visit desks. Have a great week.
    Von #18

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  12. Hi Angela, love the colour and embossing of your cabinet card die cuts. I will definitely be checking out what you create with them.Is that a distressing tool I can see? It looks very much like a pedicure implement lol. Have a great week .
    Hugs Lottie x #85

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  13. Your project is looking fantastic. Thanks for stopping by. #7

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  14. Sooo out of the loop lol, don't know what masterboard is and have never heard of a cabinet whatchamacallit die But the projects sound like fun :)
    Thanks for the visit!
    Angie #58

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  15. I always feel at home at your desk! thanks fosr visiting and the snoop around- and again happy Anni on your blog!

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  16. I must remember to come visit you more often, to see what you do with those masterboards. I think I need to have a go at them.
    This morning (before work) I actually did some of that embossing with acetate. Naturally I had some TH packaging hanging around! I must say I'm rather pleased with the results!
    Thanks for dropping by earlier,
    RosA # 5

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  17. Lovely busy desk. I love clicking on the photos so they enlarge and then I can have a real nose around:) LOL

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

    Happy WOYWW Sue 48

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  18. I've seen Julia's master boards, they're a great idea! So a swap seems a great way of expanding what you have and also receiving one that you may never have thought of creating yourself. Win win!
    I know those Frank Sutcliffe photos of Whitby you mentioned on my blog.....we lived in North Yorkshire for a few years so went to Whitby often. I think my lads need to grow larger beards if they're really to resemble those seafaring gents!
    Hugs, LLJ 21 xx

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  19. I love the embossing folder - that's a really cool design. I've never heard of a master board swap, in fact I don't know what a master board is - but it sounds interesting, and something to investigate further!!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my desk and I hope you have a great week,
    Diana #40

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  20. Hullo Angela thanks for sharing your wonderful stampboard. So very pretty the colour and embossing.
    Not really sure how you use it really though. ;) happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz x#13

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  21. I love your desk with everything in arm's reach. No chance of doing that in my room! The masterboard looks lovely.
    Thanks for your visit.
    Hettie 59
    xx

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  22. As soon as my album is out of the way, masterboards is something I want to explore, as it looks very interesting. I love what you have done with the little pink cards, and am very intrigued by your previous post, too. Thanks for your visit, and your nice comment - glad you like my latest page. To start with I was quite unhappy with it but I'm now feeling a lot better about it! Not sure when I shall get back to it as I'm exhausted and behind with everything now as Mum had to be admitted to hospital with a TIA yesterday (home now) and the whole experience was extremely stressful with all the noise in A&E, the waiting about, getting terribly hungry, and putting up with Mum's appalling behaviour all day! I am now absolutely shattered.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #31

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  23. Hi Angela! Thanks for stopping by earlier. Love your desk, with everything at hand, and love how this kitty watches me type every week! :) 78

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  24. Very cool! Love the colors. I'll be back on Monday for sure, to see the finished piece(s)! Yes my Utee pieces will be used and posted. :) Thanks for the earlier visit! Hugs and Happy WOYWW! Nan G #76

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  25. Thank you for visiting me, Angela! The embossing and color you used is really pretty!
    Happy WOYWW!
    Hugs,
    peggy aplSEEDS@12

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  26. Oh that is a great die shape and the black inking on pink is cool. Thanks for visiting me BJ#9

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  27. What a wicked die cut I am curious to see all your master board swaps and what everyone did for each one hope you'll post em up happy late woyww we hugs Nikki 2

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  28. It looks like you have been very busy. What is the tool that is aqua in color? Is it some sort of distress tool? I just love looking at all the crafty goodness in your storage cubes and around your work area. Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier.
    April #74

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  29. Lovely components you have there. You aren't helping me with my resistance to buying any new dies for a while lol. Thanks for visiting my blog earlier. #63

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  30. Hi Angela. Oh, I'm late myself this week visiting desks. Interesting project you had on your desk. Brigita #67

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  31. Hello Angela. Late getting round this week I'm afraid - sorry. Thanks for visiting. Lovely shaped pieces on your desk there. Enjoy working with them.
    Margaret #15

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  32. At first I thought you were knitting baby hats there on your desk but now I see what they really are. They look great and like they will be fun to play with. Thanks for the visit last week! I'm late getting back to everyone.

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  33. I see this is last week's post, but I'm stopping by to return the flavor of your visit ~ thank you for that! You are always intriguing, Angela! Those cabinet backs are beautifully embossed. I will try to remember to pop back and see your finished creation! Hugs, Darnell

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  34. I love the cabinet die, which looks great the way you have embossed it and distressed it. I'm intrigued as to what the finished project will look like. Blessings!

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  35. HI! I love the look of the cabinet die, the embossing looks fab...I'm also intrigued to see the completed project and I'm not sure what 'master board' is, so will have to research! Thank you for stopping by my WOYWW desk yesterday, Carole Z #49

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  36. My first glance at the picture was not very successful... I thought thats a nice lilac pair of socks! Time for bed methinks!
    I do love the lilac cards - lovely texture.
    Belated Wednesday wishes
    Laura The Tardy Desker

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  37. Loving your fun use of the die! Love the embossing and the distress ink! I love to see soft colors used with distress as it gives it a happy feel. Sorry for the delay in visiting, the week got away from me! Thanks for your visit! Winnie

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