Wednesday, 13 May 2015

WOYWW # 310 What's On You Workdesk Wednesday.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.

Gosh another Wednesday at the Workdesk.
I am here again 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, our host Julia will explain what it's all about.



And this is what's on my desk today...



 
It may seem a bit cluttered but this is what it was like the day before!


 
And that's it really, been making cards and ATCs.
 
However!
 
This is not actually on my desk as it is drying but had to show it to you.
If you like it you can see the stages in making here.
 
 
 
Finally, just had to show you this too.
This is a photo from my window.
 
Bluetit In!
 
 
Bluetit Out!
 
 
Just managed the photos, these little birds move so fast!
 
The wisteria is a bit nice too.
 
Leave me a comment if you can and I will definitely be over to yours.
 
Happy crafting,
 
Angela x

 


 

33 comments:

  1. LOL at your Guess is as good as mine box :)
    and I'll be popping your ATC in the post tomorrow so it should make it in time
    hugs Nikki no # yet

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  2. Lovely - all if it (and you know my fondness for the masterboards so that too!) and now I have to go see tthe Halloween accordion card that popped up in the "You might like section" - it's always the way with WOYWW. We SHOULD organize a video link. We have the technology, just wish we had thought about it sooner. Oh well, maybe next year.... :)


    Happy pre-crop WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (1)

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  3. Wow, that wisteria is gorgeous - and how lovely to have such a view from your window. I love the bottle and I'm off shortly to follow to the link to what you did! Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #35

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  4. Oh, Angela I am in LOVE with your beautiful bottle creation! I bet it was really fun to create. I now must look into this product. I can't wait to see what else you create! The little bird is adorable and your wisteria is gorgeous. Thanks for that share too. I'm sure you'll be having lots more fun in the days to come. :) Nann #45

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  5. What great shots of the bird!! Love that Wisteria - beauteous!! xo
    Have a fun crafty day!

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  6. Oh my Angela. love that bottle! Have no idea what powertex(sp) is but it reminds me a bit of the paverpol that Shirley Trasker (sp?) uses. keep meaning to have a go! The birdies are so cute, how lovely! Happy WOYWW Cindy #47

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  7. OMG look at all your cutting dies.
    I am so jealous lol
    You have everything stored so beautifully as well. I enjoyed looking at all your goodies.
    Love your finished bottle. Fabulous seeing it through it's stages thank you. Blue tit in! Blue Tit out ! made me giggle because I can see them doing the same thing in my garden lol :) #31

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  8. We don't have wisteria in Ontario, it's such a beautiful plant...plus Desperate Housewives and all that!! lol. hugs :)

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  9. Nice work catching that blue tit on camera. Happy WOYWW!

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  10. You know I LOVE your art...but wow..I am floored by that gorgeous wisteria surrounding the rustic birdhouse with the lil guy peeking out. What a fantastic photo..love it. Thanks for sharing :) Shel @ PaperOcotilloStudio

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  11. I'm almost always check out the photos before reading the words. My thoughts: love the labeling! hee hee, your guess is as good as mine, whoa that's a lot of stuff, oh my gawd that bottle is so awesome, bird butt and bird front. Yep, that about sums it up without necessarily needing the words. I'll bet it is neat to see the birds flit about outside your window. Judy #59

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  12. Your desk looks great but must say I am so envious of your bluetits!! Chrisc55

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  13. Fantastic bottle Anglea..
    Gorgeous wisteria with the blue tits..lost mine a few years ago (think DH killed it) is was gorgeous too..
    Hugs Pam x

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  14. I had to check out your link to your projects. WOW! And they're fantastic! And love the before and after pics of your desk! LOL! Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #53

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  15. Oh my goodness! I love the photos out your window! And what a beautiful creation! Thanks for stopping by earlier, Angela. #65

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  16. Hi Angela, and thanks for stopping by my desk....I do like how you have so much within reach on your desk and my you have been busy with that pile of cards and ATCs. Have a wonderful week Cheers RobynO#15

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  17. Hey Angela, thanks for swinging by earlier - the card has gone in the post..heaven knows if it will arrive. I like having stuff in easy reach just like your space. The tits and the Westeria are quite lovely.Have a great week. Cx #3

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  18. I truly loved the visit and the view from your window. Those little tits seem to move very fast. I don't think we have them in the US, though. Lots of my European friends have them, and they appear to be hard to photograph.

    I made a masterboard, but couldn't show it on The Mirror Cracked, because it was for the WOYWW crop and swap. Thanks for the earlier visit. Happy WOYWW from #9.

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  19. Wonderful creative chaos on your desk Angela ☺Love the pictures of the blue tit and gorgeous wisteria!

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  20. Your desk looks as busy as ever! Love the bluetit and wisteria... We have the tits here too, but wisteria can't take winter frost the way it comes here, have to manage without it :) happy woyww!
    Kristiina #6

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  21. Your desk looks busy as ever.

    Love the bottle.

    Your Wisteria is beautiful and well done for catching the Blue Tits. As you say, they are very fast.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #41

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  22. I love wisteria anyway so enjoyed seeing your shots but the blue tit just adds to the enjoyment! Great picture :-)
    That bottle is interesting too, gotta follow that link, to be sure!
    Hugs, LLJ 18 xx

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  23. Fab desk, Angela but I really enjoyed seeing your little visitor popping in and out of his lovely home amongst that stunning Wisteria.
    Thanks for popping by earlier.
    hugs Lisax #25

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  24. Thanks for calling by at mine yesyerday. I had a full busy day with the twinnie grandees so am playing catch up this morning with my bloggy friends.
    Love the desk but have to say my fav has to be the little blue tit visitor....well done you for managing to get the fab pics.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 16

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  25. Hi Angela. Phew! So glad I am acting within the law by pulling out of my blogging for a while!!! I'd hate to be acting illegally!!!
    Thanks for your visit and your kind words. We wait to see how John progresses with the course.... It's certainly going to be hard work for him to build up all the muscle power which has wasted away over the past 12 months!
    I like the little house on a bottle - very imaginative. Well done.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #11

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  26. Love that bottle. It is fabulous. But those Tits stole the post today!! Great backdrop with the wisteria. Hubby won't let me have any!!
    Hugs
    xx

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  27. Oh, that bottle you have made is so, so awesome. I love the fairy-door aspect of it. And the whole scene out your window would keep me fixated for ages: birds and a birdhouse and blooming flowers. . .really lovely!! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  28. Looking busy - wisteria is lovely. Seen lots today on way home - believe it or not I am allergic to the smell - shame!
    Hugs, Neet 19 xx

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  29. Love the way you can put labels on your photo! (I must figure that one out.)
    The bottle looks great! I will have to have a closer look at the "how". I recycled a soy sauce bottle a month or so ago and was very pleased with the results :)

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  30. gorgeous pics of the Bluetit and wisteria .....always a lovely combo.

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  31. Hi Angela, Sorry for visiting so late sneaking in a few whilst at work. Love the photo of the wisteria vine and the birds, how lucky are you to get that photo, if it was me I would be sitting clicking all day and no good result. What a wonderful thing to have out your window. Oh and I love that bottle too.

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 67

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  32. Gorgeous bottle and photos! So sorry I haven't been by lately, I'm afraid life got in the way of blogging again, hugs Carole Z~ X

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  33. Now that's what you call a crafty stash. Love your photos

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