Wednesday, 15 October 2014

WOYWW#280 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.
There's no rest for the wicked or so they say Lol!

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!
Apart from the Christmas Masterboards I have been making, I am also working on a Mini Wallet Book using the gorgeous Prima papers that are on my desk.
As you can see I have also been doing a lot of pushing sideways, to the right and to the left Lol! I would go backwards but there's nowhere to go, expanding walls would be good Lol!
My desk is definitely ready for a good tidy up.

Fairly quick this week but will post the Wallet as soon as it is complete.
If in the meantime you would like an idea of what I am making you can see it on:
or at:
it is called a Mini Wallet Brag Book and Astrid Maclean has made a lovely one too, such an inspirational lady.
Now I hope you will pop over to see my friends desks.
Happy crafting,
Angela x


Nikki said...

Busy space you have and mini Brag books video looks so sweet thanks for sharing the video
hugs Nikki :) no #

lisa said...

Hi Angela, it seems an age since I managed to stop by and you've been busy. I love Prima paper so it'll be great to see what you do with them.
Hugs Lisax #31

Neet said...

Look forward to seeing what you end up with Angela, sounds very interesting.
Hugs, Net 14 xx

Eliza said...

Sounds lovely what you are creating, I went and had a look, gosh and I should of been visiting desks, that is one big distraction you have created. good luck on your endeavour.

Hugs Eliza, Yoda & Flat Susan #42

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

I love mini books! Those inked edges look very promising! Have a crafty week! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #50

Queenie Jeannie said...

That looks like a delicious paper pad!!! Good luck with your left, right and center projects!!!

Happy Crafting!
Jeannie #21

Unknown said...

The wallet album looks pretty cool! Had to pin it to take a closer look. Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #61

Lisca said...

Oh I love that mini wallet brag book. I watched the videos. The one that uses only one 12x12 sheet sounds great.
The paper stack you have there looks very interesting too. I hope you will show us the wallet when it's finished.
Thank you for letting me peep over your shoulder.
Have a good week,
a hug and God bless,

Chrysalis said...

Thanks for sharing, Angela - those books are gorgeous, and I've bookmarked Astrid's blog, to go back for a closer look. I'll be making three books as Christmas gifts, so these have come just in time - thanks! Hugs for now, Chris # 16

Annie said...

Thanks for calling by at mine. Trust me I won't be using my new fat quaters just yet...a girl just has to have time to stroke them well first :-)
Really love all your fab storage behind your desk.
Annie x #18

RosA said...

That looks interesting. I will have to look at the video. Astrid does lovely work, doesn't she? I saw your pretty snowflake card. I'm watching the "snow cam's" here, because we had 20cm of fresh snow the other day, but of course, it is rapidly melting and the ski season is over :(
Have a good week,

Nannie4 said...

I sat in your comfy chair and looked at your workspace. Those storage containers on the right with the red drawers look intriguing. I will watch the video on the wallet and look forward to seeing yours when complete. Thanks for visiting me earlier. :)
Nann #57

Sue said...

Looking forward to seeing your finished album.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Sue #35

PS.....I fed your fish:)

Marit said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier - my cold seems to be less then yesterday so your good wishes helped! I love your desk, and am surprised you can work on such little 'spare' space ;) And what on earth is in all those plastic boxes? It looks like a movie-rental-shop but I guess there are stamps stored in the boxes? If so: that's an awful lot!!! Happy crafting, happy woyww and hug from Holland, Marit #58

Neet said...

Newark - So you were the lady at the end who had been using them for 30 years? An ex schoolteacher?
Have I got it right?
Hugs, Neet 14 x

itsamistry said...

Look forward to seeing the finished album. Thank you for popping over to my blog Anita woyww #49

Kelly said...

Good morning, Angela. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yes, the history of Halloween and the traditions deep in the history is beautiful. Thank you for understanding. ;-)

Now to your desk. Hmmm busy, aren't you? Thanks for sharing your inspiring links. I'm off to check them out and look forward to seeing your end result. Creative Blessings! Kelly #56

Diana Taylor said...

I love Prima paper, and that pad looks really lovely. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished wallet book. Thanks so much for dropping by my desk, I hope you have a great week.
Diana #29

Carol Rigby said...

Thanks for stopping by and sharing your desk too.

Krisha said...

Well, the dust has settled.....everywhere....LOL I will keep the dust storms, if you send me some desperately need rain...grin

No matter how BIG or LONG the work space is, we still work in a 12" x 12" spot, but expanding walls would be nice too...LOL

Your wallet sounds fascinating, I always enjoy trying something new, so I'm excited to see the grand finale.

Thanks for visiting me this week.
Krisha #65

Unknown said...

Hi Angela! I like that paper pad you have out- cute! I see the wonderful Mod Podge, and some makings of book pages or covers there--can't wait to see the mini! Thanks so much for visiting mine. Hugs! Sandy Leigh #34

Shoshi said...

The wallet book sounds intriguing, Angela, and I look forward to seeing how it works.

Thanks for your visit - and have no fear, that desk did not remain that tidy for very long lol! You can relax now - it's covered with stuff again! I can't show you what with just yet, but in a week or so I should be able to.

I'm glad you like my recent projects.

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #37

Anne said...

Hi there and thanks for popping by. I have just been looking at the card you made - it is lovely- great colours. Sorry I'm late. Anne x #27

My name is Cindy said...

Hi Angela! Lovely looking papers, I'm sure your finished mini book will be awesome! I love this kind of thing, but I am actually too lazy to put photos in. Astrid is a talented lady isn't she? I am very lucky to have a couple of things she has made, always stunning. Have a good week, sorry I'm so late getting round, Wednesday just disappeared somewhere - as you say, no peace for the wicked!! Cindy x

peggy aplSEEDS said...

HI Angela, oh I am an expert in the push back method but you are right, if only the walls would move back! I love how your masterboard cards are turning out. I should try making a masterboard to collage onto my journal!
Happy WOYWW! Thank you for dropping by!
peggy aplSEEDS@3

VonnyK said...

Astrid does such beautiful work, I can't wait to see how yours turns out. Seeing all the Christmas things is really starting to scare me.
Have a great week,
Von #25

Hettie said...

That looks like a busy desk there Angela. That book looks interesting too. Going for a closer look.
xx 43

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