Wednesday, 17 January 2018

WOYWW 450 # What's On Your Wordesk Wednesday.

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

Hi Workdesk friends.
Here we are for 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.

So here is my desk for today!
Wonder if you can see there is something different, I bet you can.
Anyway back to the little journal that I'm working on.
I have lots of half made pages so thought I would try and complete some of them.

Some part finished pages.
Most need Text to complete them but I just can't decide what.
More backgrounds for me to work on next.
Stamping and stencilling for the next page.

Stencilling to start this page.

Glued down some tissue paper for this one and I've done a little bit with stencils and that's where it stopped.

Not sure where these are going either, just found these images in a magazine and liked them.

Yet more incomplete pages!

 Who knows maybe one of these may be completed soon, I just seem to keep making backgrounds at the moment.

 So That's me done for today.

Thanks for stopping by and hope you will pop over and join in the visits around the other desks.

 I'm off now to see what everyone else is up to.
Have a great woyww 
happy crafting,

Angela x


Helen said...

wow, I thought I had lots on the go... loving all your journal pages - part done, started, finished... Have a great week. Helen #1

Annie said...

Really love your pages Angela. I’m sure you will have lots of fun finishing them all.
Annie x #9

Neet said...

Lots of yummy pages here Angela, you certainly have kept yourself busy.
Think I might sleep now as it is silly o'clock here in America.
Hugs, Neet 12 xx

glitterandglue said...

Morning Angela. Lots of great pages there - maybe some of them don't actually need words? I love that green and yellow page. Glorious reminder of spring whilst I sit here in the cold!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #2

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Angela. Beautiful journal pages. I'm looking forward to seeing more. Have a lovely week Heather #17

Lunch Lady Jan said...

You can really tell that you're enjoying creating those journals - it literally does leap off the page! The bright fresh zingy green is my favourite!
Hugs LLJ 11 xxx

Sarah Brennan said...

I love all those unfinished pages, but I must admit the one with stencils in shades of grey/black made me oooh. I do like those magazine images too. Have a good week. Sarah #6/26

Felicia Aaron said...

Angela, I don't see unfinished pages, I see A LOT of potential goodness going on there! You have some amazing starts there that I can't wait to see finished! You have half the battle already! Most folks can't get past the blank pages, but you have already done the hard part! The best is yet to come! Happy Wednesday to you! Felicia #31

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Angela, I do love all those part finished pages.I've not yet tried art journaling- I keep thinking I will- but seeing these has sort of given me permission to start something, even if I don't finish it! so Thank you. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #8 XxX

Crafty Claire said...

Fabulous collection of pages ready to go xx

Suzanne Alexis said...

Your journal pages are amazing! I especially love the second one, the yellow page with the flowers. I was going to say that I would like to learn your techniques, but I see you have a link for that. So I'm going to keep this page open and visit around your site some more. Have a good week!

Suzanne #34

Marit said...

Thanks for your visit Angela, I'm honoured (and curious!) that (what) you thought about me the other day... I love those art journal spreads, I bet they will all turn out marvelous as the top ones does! B.t.w. Seth introduces some new stamps and embossing stuff on his blog, did you see it? I'm drooling over the 'Chronicle' stamp, I just have to have it! Will give my beloved a hint soon ;) Have a great evening/week and see you soon! Hug from stormy Holland, Marit #22

Sue said...

Hi Angela, Loving nthe backgrounds.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Sue #13

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Fabulous pages - wow!

Little Artbee said...

Oh wow what artful pages, one nicer than the other.
I love them all. I also have always problems to find a good Text for my pages.
Dear Greetings

Twiglet said...

Stunning pages there Angela - I have no idea how you create such lovely things. x Jo

StampinCarol said...

Wow! Great pages! My favorite is the 2nd set, the flowers and bees. Thanks for popping by and have a great week!
Carol N #28

Diana Taylor said...

Fabulous pages Angela, I love how you build up your designs. I especially love the grungy one with numbers on it. Have a great week and thanks for stopping by mine earlier,
Diana x #20

Pamellia Johnson said...

What a fabulous journal so far Ang! I love the page with all the doodle arrows, all your pages are so much fun! So many great backgrounds, layers of colours and wonderful design elements! Love your creativity!! hugs :)

Jackie P Neal said...

WOW literally!! You have some great inspirational jumping off pages to work with!!
I look forward to where you will go with these Angela! I love the kiss and dog! heehee
hugs,Jackie xx

Cara said...

Wow, your journal is looking amazing, I think creating backgrounds is a great way to go until inspiration hits. Mine is still languishing in the NBUS pile. I'm currently trying to clear some space on the crafting table of doom so I can actually find things and have space to use them!

Win Dinn said...

LOVING these pages, Angela - you are so on a roll. I'm particularly drooling over that second photo...wowza!

Vicky Fisher said...

Those pages look already so awesome,hooe my journals will be as interesting,thx for your visit and happy WOyWW,Vicky

Stacy Sheldon said...

Hi Angela, are all of these pages in the same book? I think that is the hard part for me for trying to journal is the waiting to dry time kills me and I always end up working on flat sheets and being able to move them around and let them dry. you know what i mean? so, it was just a curious thing that they all look like they are part of the book and not add on's or what ever its called. :) ~Stacy #32

April Story said...

Great journaling pages. I see wood. That is different. Right?
April #29

Anne Williams said...

What great pages! Anne x 15

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

A great collection of pages Angela and all quite different from each other. I find it challenging as well to take some pages beyond the background stage - making backgrounds is fun and full of play, but when I want to take them further I get bogged down. I'm also often lost for words - that's why I use found words so often - it kind of takes care of the problem with very little effort! Hope to see more of these pages as they develop! Thanks a bunch for visiting earlier! Happy belated WOYWW! zsuzsa #19

AliWade said...

Happy Belated WOYWWs. Lots of great crafting to work on another day. Ali x #22

Monica said...

Your journaling is just great and the layers are working out so well. I recognize some of you stencils and marks!. Have a great creative week.

Annie Claxton said...

Aha!! you're not at your usual desk, I guess you're arting whilst away on hols?? Wonderful journal pages, and I think sometimes they don't need words :o) Annie C #17

Lindart said...

Great pages - some look finished just the way they are! Have fun on your journey! Thanks for your visit! Lindart #30

BJ said...

Adore your jornaling, love the top two. Thanks for the visit, sorry I take so long to reply, life just has a way of taking over. Always appreciate my comments, Thank you BJ#10

Dorlene Durham said...

Your journaling pages are looking good. I do the same thing, start and then get stuck and then come back later & finish. LOL. Sorry for the late visit this week just went by too fast! Happy late WOYWW. Dorlene #33

Sue from Oregon said...

Your journal pages use such pretty colors! Enjoy your trip! Sue #35

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