Wednesday, 29 October 2014

WOYWW 282 # What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

A big welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.
Here we are with yet another Wednesday.
Hooray! Hooray! Hooray!

Angela here to show you:
"What's on my Workdesk this Wednesday".

If you don't know what this is all about then please visit the
Stamping Ground and our dear host Julia will explain and all will be revealed.
 


Anyway back to my desk Lol!
and
The Wallet Book!
 

 
Here is my desk for today, if you look around you can probably work out what I have been up to and here is a list of what I have been using recently:
  • In the centre - the Wallet Book, not quite finished.
  • To the left - some of Tim Holtz new snowflakes dies used for last week's Christmas cards.
  • To the back left - some AtCs I have been making for a swap and some wooden Prima embellishments for the wallet book.
  • Moving towards the right, Stickles glue also for the wallet book, gilding wax, glue and glaze.
  • The Prima distressing tool, I have been using to edge the card for the book.
  • Packets of tags ready for Tim's tags (if I ever get round to making one this month Lol!)
 
 
A couple of extra pictures showing other parts of the wallet book.


 
Will post the completed wallet when finished.

 
Now I need to get on, finish this and make the Christmas wallet, hopefully.
 
Quickly Lol!!!
 
Hope you will pop over to see my desking friends.
Happy crafting,
 
Angela x

34 comments:

  1. Enjoyed seeing what's on your desk this week.That wallet book is coming along really well.Gee your art stuff looks inviting!!!

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  2. Great work, Angela. That wallet book is lovely - well done. A huge list of this week's accomplishments - wow!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #16

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  3. Gorgeous Book! Love how you have created it. Bravo to the list of achievements as well.
    Bishopsmate #42

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  4. I am such a sucker for a nice minibook :) I've not hear of one called a wallet book before but it does look a bit like one I've seen as a flip-flop book. I'll wait till it's all done to see f that is what it is but whatever it's called it look adorable.

    :)

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (1)

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  5. Oh my gosh Angels, this looks amazing! I can't wait to see the finished book! hugs :)

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  6. Loving those amazing wallet books! What fun. And I'm laughing because somehow, some way, Tim Holtz manages to get on everyone's desk. That guy gets around. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #44

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  7. WOW, that is the most organized works in progress desk I've ever seen! Love that wallet book!
    Angie #59

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  8. I've never heard of a wallet book before! It's amazing, was it tricky to make? I love all the flaps and tags...you'd spend ages investigating all those!!
    Hugs, LLJ 28 xx

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  9. Oh, that book is awesome. I love things with clever folds, and yours is looking really nice.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the comments.

    Happy Woyww,

    Sandy #46

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  10. Thanks for your visit to my desk - yes it is a shame that we have to eat off the dining table too - I quite enjoy when my DH does a 12 hour night shift - not only does it mean that I don't have to cook a proper dinner it also means that I can keep my stuff all over the table till the next day - win win!!

    The wallet book looks really interesting - look forward to seeing it when it is completed.

    Best wishes
    KraftyKaren #58

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  11. Well, you have been a busy bee! I do love your wallet book and I look forward to seeing it finished. Anne xx

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  12. Hello again, Angela. Thanks for visiting - and yes, I confess, that is the number of cards I have made. I made 140 for the mission we support at church - and we needed those to sell at an auction at the beginning of the month - hence the "jumping the starting pistol". Just got the family specials to make now...
    Margaret #16

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  13. The wallet book is looking great. Happy woyww.

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  14. Your wallet looks amazing so far!!

    Jeannie #27

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  15. Love the wallet book! It's awesome!!! And your desk is very tidy. :) Thanks for your visit today. It's much appreciated. Have a wonderful week of crafting. Nann 43

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  16. Love that wallet! It's looking great! Watching for when it's finished! Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #54

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  17. Hi Angela, love your wallet book - lovely papers. Also like the Christmas cards made with a mother board - gorgeous colours. Thanks for visiting and commenting earlier. The Boss seems a lot more settled today and just a little less needy but still getting lots of cuddles because I'm so relieved that what ails her is treatable :) Have a great week. Elizabeth x #53

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  18. Thanks for visiting - your desk looks lovely & busy & your Crimbo cards are looking great ! Where was the Steampunk festival held ? Ali #21

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  19. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier, Angela! I see you've made good progress with your wallet book! Looks fab! Can't wait to see when it's finished! Have a wonderful week! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #32

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  20. I love that wallet book, Angela! It's sooooo cool! Gorgeous papers too. I really want more time to make books as there's so much scope for creativity.

    Thanks for your lovely comment, and I'm glad you like my recent projects. I am keen to try the nuno felting on pure silk, as I handled some at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen Centre, and it was so fine you could hardly feel it. I haven't yet been able to source silk chiffon scarves at a price that isn't silly.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #30

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  21. heheh I thnk Sandy is right, we all seem to have a bit of Tim on our desks don't we?! Love how your wallet book is coming on - I bet you'll be finished next time :o) Happy WOYWW Annie C #50

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  22. The book is looking fabulous, Angela!

    (I'm pretty happy with that stamp set, oh yes!) Thank you for stopping by this woyww, I appreciate your visit!

    :)trisha
    #56 this week with
    a new old stamp set

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  23. Hi Angela,
    The wallet book is looking so good!
    I've got guite a few snowflake dies but none of them are TH!
    I can't bear to throw any scraps away unless they are tiny. I have a tiny, tiny gears and cogs die which I use with the tiniest scrap card :)
    Have a great week,
    RosA # 19

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  24. You never fail or disappoint, your work is wonderful and I love your wallet book, as for the tags, I have only ever done 1 of Tims tags and that was years ago. I have his books that I need to work through but hey it will happen one day. I will be back to see what you do next Angela.

    Sorry just getting to visit till now, DD stole my computer and I didn't want to reply on the iPad as it takes forever.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda #9
    Thanks for visiting and happy WOYWW

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  25. That wallet is just gorgeous. It gets more beautiful each time I see it.
    Have a great week
    Von #11

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  26. Mm the year is racing past isn't Angela.. love the book ? with elements clever work and great dies etc. thanks so much for popping over, happy WOYWW Shaz in oz.x #25

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  27. Hi. Thanks for calling by at mine yesterday. I'm catching up with my visits this morning because I had another twinnie fun day yesterday so didn't get a lot of time to call by.
    I really love the project you're working on...it looks very complicated to make.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 26

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  28. Oh Angela - I love the colours of your wallet book - absolutely gorgeous! I'm just wondering how you put the pages together, if those are separate ones in the last pic? Do show the finished book, I'm learning a lot from you! Hugs, Chris # 24

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  29. I've never made a wallet book but yours look fabulous and I really like the colours. Thank you for visiting my blog Anita woyww 44

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  30. Thought I had already been, glad I checked. Lovely wallet book you have made - I love making books but have so many now I don't know which to save and which to throw.
    Hugs, & Thanks for the visit earlier - Neet 29 xx

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  31. I'm late!
    Love the masterboard post too, but my eyes can't really ake in your desk and explanations because of the fabulous job you've done with the wallet book - it's absolutely lovely.

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  32. WOW, OH, WOW, Angela! Your wallet book is extraordinary!! Thank you for sharing!! Happy Belated WOYWW! Enjoy the rest of the week! Hugs, Darnell #66

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  33. The Wallet book keeps intriguing me... if only had time, I'd start a similar project! But let me stick to my to-do list instead... time flies and there's too little hours in a day don't you think? Happy crafting and happy (belated) woyww, hug from Holland, Marit #63

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  34. Your book is just amazing to see
    REALLY LATE getting around hugs Nikki 6

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