Wednesday, 3 September 2014

WOYWW # 274 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).
How quickly it comes round again, Wednesday I mean. If you are not sure what this is about? visit our host Julia and you will have access to desks throughout the world, so hope you will hop over to the
Stamping Ground and all will be revealed.
 
For the last few days I have been working on lots of different things, some new techniques for Masterboards, mini journals and an ATC swap.
It's been a bit crazy and I really need to do one thing and finish it but that's how my brain works and I've said before that when doing one thing something else sparks up and I have to stop and start the next thing.
 

Anyway here are a few photos of what I've been up to:

These are all different samples relating to the Masterboards I have been working on and which I shall be using soon.




 
The one below is almost complete and ready to use.
The others are still to be completed.
 
 
 I will show you the full process for making these Masterboard when I use them in a project starting next Monday.
 
 
I'm off now to check out what the other deskers have been up to so......
 
bye for now,
 
Angela x
 

29 comments:

  1. Very interesting artwork - will love to see what happens next. Thanks for sharing your workspace today. Hazel, WOYWW, #34 x

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  2. Wow, I love your samples - the water droplets are amazing and look so good with the floaty green ribbons. I'm looking forward to seeing how you use them. Have a great week,
    Diana #41

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  3. Love those master boards! The bottom one looks amazing, Chris 46

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  4. I really like that blue and green board, Angela. Very underwater... Is that scrunched up tissue paper making the green patterns? Looking forward to the next stage...
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #22

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  5. They are all lovely Angela, but I particularly love the one with the raindrops, they look so realistic and I love the swish of green through the middle..... Anne xx

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  6. wonderful boards- I love Ryn's raindrop stamps!
    Thanks for visiting and the snoop around
    Robyn 13

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  7. The master boards look really good... I have that Rayn stamp, it's great!
    Thanks for visiting already
    Jackie 15

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  8. thanks for visiting earlier and yes we had a fabulous week away ,work will settle down it always does and I guess that is what I get paid for to deal with the problems;-)...love teh boards those water droplets are so realistic i had to take a closer look to check whether they where real WOW ..looking forward to more details have fab week and enjoy your mixed creations which I'm sure we will get to see in due course .hugs Andrea #12

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  9. Hi Angela, I have never made a masterboard they look amazing. Ask a silly question- what do you do with them? Thanks for your visit earlier
    and kind comments
    have a happy week
    Lynda B 9

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  10. Happy WOYWW. I love your crafting and your blog (note to self: must do some redesigning and make my blog more 'mixed media'). Ali x #20

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  11. hi Angela, well fabulous boards again, love the blue/green one with the water droplets.
    pam

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  12. Fed your fish for you Angela :D and love your effects with mixed media there .. yes tad frustrating having more than one thing on the go, but I am like that too....
    Hugs, Shaz in Oz.x#33

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  13. All nice, but I really love the blue and green one.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue 32

    PS...I have fed your fish:)

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  14. Hi Angela. Just popping over to say hi, it's been an age but I haven't had much blogging time over the summer hols. Hope life is good with you.
    Love what you have been playing with, especially the bubbly one, just my colours.
    Have fun.
    Hugs Lisax

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  15. Are those raindrops actually a stamp?? Even in the bigger view I can't quite tell! They look SO 3D but the faded 2nd gen images make me think it IS a stamp, I just can't quite believe it. Looking forward to your tutorial on that too cause I love the background as well :)

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (8)

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  16. Ah there is that masterboard again, you really must love using it. I really like how some of the pictures look like they are jumping off the page, like someone before me said 3D like.

    Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 49
    Happy WOYWW

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  17. Love those masterboards very nice! They do look 3d. Sunshine Girl #17

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  18. What lovely boards, Angela - enjoy playing! Chris # 29

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  19. Ooh, you have that water droplet stamp that I want. Got one coming next month or so I was told.
    Fab backgrounds for your MB - must have a go at one myself before too long.
    Hugs, Neet 16 (I am like the White Rabbit in Alice - always late - thanks for your earlier visit).ps I have saved the salt samples for another time and the Vilene Book (Brishos)

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  20. Hi Angela, I want that stamp too! The water droplets I mean! Not sure if I have room. Yes expanding upwards - ladder fashion perhaps, there's a thought ha ha! Thanks for popping over and suggesting it!

    Cazzy x

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  21. Hi Angela! I look forward to seeing your whole process. Thank you for the link to the new site; I have already bookmarked it. I will check it tomorrow.
    Thanks for your earlier visit. #37

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  22. Hi Angela,
    All the pics of the newest masterboard look interesting. Love all the colours and will wait to see what you do with them. I am going to have a good look at the post above shortly, and then have a look at the new challenge blog. I've never really taken much notice of challenge blogs, but now might be the time to look more closely :)
    Thanks for dropping by too. I'm a bit late (with everything) this week :)

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  23. what a great masterboard, I love them! thanks for visiting. Helen 14

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  24. Fabulous boards! Love the blue/green one... can see a sea theme with that one. Thanks for popping by and happy belated WOYWW!
    Carol N #56

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  25. Wow Angela, your work really is stunning... I love these masterboards! Something I keep meaning to explore further. Do I recognise Ryn's water droplet stamp in the watery one? You do create some gorgeous textures!

    Thanks for your visit and your nice comment - glad you like my new rug! The OT told Mum it was a trip hazard after her recent TIA and told her to take it up. It has arrived with me via the loft! I am so glad it fits because I think the effect is great!

    Happy belated WOYWW and thanks for making my mouth water with your amazing creativity!
    Shoshi #40

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  26. Oh Angela, I always love seeing your masterboards! The blue and green one is so pretty!!

    Happy (late) WOYWW!
    Amy E. #4
    Scrapthissavethat.com

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  27. Beautiful effects here Angela, all so different as well, lovely stuff! Ruth x

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  28. Love your masterboards, Angela. You inspired me to make some, it's so fun work freely, experiment and use them in unexpected ways!

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  29. Mystery! Intrigue! Love the samples, sure they are going to make something lovely!
    Angie #61

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