Wednesday, 16 July 2014

WOYWW 267 # 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.
Those of you who visited me last week will remember this.
I have had several people asking about the  turquoise tool on my desk so I thought it might be an idea to tell you about it.
I know it looks like a pedicure implement but this is not one of those however I am guessing the idea may well have originated there.
This is a multi-distressing tool by Prima and is so useful.
It's easy to grip and has several parts to it.
This is the packaging.

It has two rasps, fine and rough.

Metal brush inside the handle.

Edge scraper along one edge.

Bone folder along the opposite edge.


And a Rub-On accessory tip.

 So that's it and you can see the textured sections on the handle which makes it easy to grip.

What I love about it most is that everything is in one place and easy to hold.
I hope that you are not disappointed at not seeing any crafting today.
I actually posted the finished card (shown on my desk last week),on Monday if you want to see it.
Back soon.
 Happy Crafting,
Angela x



Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

ah fun tool indeed nothing like a multi p
purpose tool ... gotta love that! .. Happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x no number yet!

Redanne said...

Thanks so much Angela for showing what that tool can do, I may just have to invest in one now! It looks very useful indeed. You should be on commission! Hugs, Anne xx

Neet said...

Thanks for the very comprehensive run down of that tool. Never seen one before.
Hugs, Neet 29 xx

Diana Taylor said...

What a great tool - it looks incredibly useful. The wonderful thing about blogging is that I learn so much, and discover so many art and craft supplies that I didn't know I needed! Thanks for sharing about this, I shall be off to investigate it further now! Hope you have a great week,
Diana #35

Evalila said...

Now - this is a great tool! Thanks for sharing this info! Happy WOYWW, Evelyn # 54

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Angela, Happy WOYWW - hey that's a really neat handy looking tool. I did check out your project, it's fun. Cheers Robyn

StampinCarol said...

That is a really interesting tool! I have the Spellbinders "Tool in 1" that I keep very handy. Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #62

Lunch Lady Jan said...

You're right, it DOES look like a Pedi File!! But what a useful tool, especially as it has all those different functions. Bet you'd be lost without it now :-)
Hugs, LLJ 15 xx

sandysewin said...

What a neat multi-function tool. Thanks for showing it to us!

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #52

Angie said...

Yes, this doe look like a pedi tool. I actually wondered at first why you were showing it on your crafty blog, I kept reading until I found out!!! :) Very cool tool! I like the idea of all of it in one tool! I am off to check out your Monday post!

Angie said...

oh! and Happy WOYWW #28 Angie

Gillian Pearce said...

What an interesting tool. Will you let us know when and how you next use it so we can see what it does?
Have a lovely week
Gillian #50

glitterandglue said...

A really useful tool there, Angela. Well found. Never seen anything like it before.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #13

pam said...

looks interesting that tool Angela...think I might have to sauce one..
pam x

Shoshi said...

I'd love one of those brilliant tools, Angela! Actually I've got a foot rasp in my tools caddy on my desk lol!

Thanks for your visit and your nice comment - hopefully things will quieten down again for a while and I'll be able to get stuck in in my studio again!

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #30

Robyn said...

That look alike a great tool. Lots of functionality and no parts to loose!
Thanks for visiting me and the snoop around your place!
Robyn 9

Eliza said...

What a cool tool and it seems to have it all, it will be handy that's for sure.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 68

RosA said...

Hi Angela,
I tried to visit you yesterday but something (on my phone) wasn't co-operating.
Love that gorgeous little book (above).
I couldn't possibly go away for a whole week without some art/craft materials and I will probably take too much rather than too little :) (In fact, as much as I can smuggle into the car.) And in case I'm too tired, I will have books and the latest UK Craft Stamper and CPS (which I have been saving), oh, and some knitting too, of course :) :) and hope that we DO get snowed in :) but not much chance of that happening :)
Thanks for dropping by,
RosA # 1

RosA said...

Oh, and BTW, my distressing tool IS a pedicure tool!

Sue said...

What a fab tool.

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

Happy WOYWW Sue 36

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I had not noticed that tool but glad you introduced us to it. It is now on my Amazon wish list. Diane #78

Christine said...

Thanks for your visit earlier - all tidy now and looking boring!!!
Love that tool, must've been designed by a woman as they seem to have thought of everything!
have a good week.
Bishopsmate #51

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Angela,
That one tool has it all! I can see why some thought it might be a pedicure tool though.

Thank you for visiting me already!
Peace, Kay (22)

April Story said...

What a handy tool. I am going to have to look for one of those. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. Sebastian didn't create anything. His goal is to stop the creative process completely and be the center of attention. LOL
April #63

Mrs.D said...

That look like a useful tool, I might be heading to my nearest shop to see if I can get one.
Thanks for showing us all the details, and thatnks for visiting me yesterday.
Chris #32

Carole Z said...

Hi Angela, thanks for your message - I have no idea how I got to your wrong WOYWW desk yesterday, lol..anyway I'm here now! That tool looks very useful, will have to investigate, Carole Z X#49

BJ said...

WOW what a great tool, thanks for the up close and personal view of its parts always good to see and a crafter's recommendation is A1 too. Thanks for visiting me BJ#45

Julia Dunnit said...

Sorry I'm late! Great review and photos of the tool, I've never seen one before...and am in no doubt that you've 'enabled' a few deskers! Enjoyed your Rufford Hall post, it looks lovely.

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