Wednesday, 4 July 2018

WOYWW 474 # What's On Your Workdesk 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!

 
I'm still working n my mini Pocket Journal using the empty kitchen roll tubes.
It's not quite finished yet so you can't see all of it however you can see the next one which I made years ago.
I just love these and include some tags with sentiments to go inside the pockets.

 
There are other photographs of this  on the pages section titled Journals at the top of the blog if you want to see more.
 
 
These are just some of the things I will be using with the new pocket journal which might give you an idea about what the theme might be.

 
Nothing else is different really.

 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 
and 
happy crafting,

Angela x

34 comments:

  1. it's going to be a fab pocket journal! have a great week. Helen #3

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  2. I'm absolutely loving every inch of this pocket creation Angela!! It makes me so happy to look at.
    Happy WOYWW thank you so much for sharing.
    Hope your enjoying this wonderful weather??
    Hugs Tracey #5

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  3. Morning Angela, what a brilliant way to use, what is essentially, waste cardboard. Well done.
    Chris #8

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  4. I love the sound of what your using your cardboard tubes for.....I wouldn’t know where to start.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #13

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  5. Sounds like a great pocket journal already. I bet I know the theme, too. I always love any time something can be recycled, so this made my day. Happy WOYWW from #1.

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  6. Wonderful stamps for your Journal, love the words set.
    have a good week
    Christine #20

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  7. I love the neat organisation at the back. The mini books are so pretty. Karen #23

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  8. I love doing toilet roll journals. So much fun! Please show when it's all finished! Xx
    Ellie #14

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  9. Oh that journal looks lovely!! Don't you love working mini? I do! Takes the pressure off from all that "big" space!
    hugs my friend! Jackie

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  10. That book will be lovely - all your work is!! Hope you pop over and see what I have been doing - inspired by you of course! Happy Wednesday Cindy #19

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  11. Morning Angela. That new book is going to be great - and I'm sure you will have loads of fun making it.
    Take care. God bless
    Margaret #4

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  12. Looking wonderful!! I have seen these made from toilet rolls before (and indeed made some myself many years ago), but not from kitchen roll. Great idea as I expect they will be sturdier. The tags look super too!

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  13. Hi Angela, love the tag book! Nice selection of stamps there too. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #2 XxX

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  14. Oooh... i made a mini-book about my garden years ago and your toilet-roll-stamps-blogpost did remind me of that, I totally forgot! It should be on the shelf and I will go look for it. Happy woyww and a big hug from Holland! Marit #22

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  15. Love the way that little album is developing - what a super idea to use the kitchen roll tubes. Thanks for sharing - Hazel WOYWW #15 x

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  16. Love the mini book - I wanted to make something similar with TPRs for my ATCs but never got around to it! Still have the TPRs sitting under my desk, so one day I'll do it! Great stamps! Have fun in the sun! zsuzsa #26

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  17. I love your tag booklet. I want to make a little journal this Summer about our trip, so hopefully I'll have some time before the school year begins. Blessings!

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  18. so seed packets might slip into the pockets then right? very cool Angela :) I have some Oriential poppies that are almost ready ( seeds) that I need to give out and I was going to just stamp some envelopes haha but, I look at your journal and think that would be really cool with gift cards and such tucked in too. ~Stacy #36

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  19. I am loving everything about your little pocket journals - they are soooo cute and such a fab idea.
    Hope you have a great week,
    Diana x #24

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  20. I love your pocket journals with the beautiful tags, what a great idea, I like all your storage at the back of your desk, dry organised
    Enjoy your weekend
    Jan #29

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  21. What a fantastic idea for a journal adn yours looks stunning. i will have to put it onto my ever growing lists of projects to try! Thanks for sharing. Caro x (#38)

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  22. Thanks for the advice on Chrome, Angela. When I had my new computer built, I had ONLY Firefox added. Nothing else. I also run Linux, so that might be a problem, too. But I appreciate the heads up.

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  23. Wow! Great looking pocket journal!! Looking forward to the one you're working on! And love the sentiment stamps! Have a great week!
    Carol N #33

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  24. Hi Angela, your pocket journal is looking great! Thanks for stopping by earlier and have a lovely week Heather x #9

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  25. Hi Angela! Looks like a fun pocket journal and fun tags in the pockets. Thank you fo stopping by earlier! Happy WOYWW! #36

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  26. fantastic tag booklet! No desk shot for me this week, catching up on everyone just to say hi as the whole week just rushed by in an eye blink!! Thanks for stopping by last week xo Cheetarah

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  27. Hello Angela! Thank you for the visit. Always a pleasure to see you stop by. NO cool temps here. Maybe this weekend. I hope so. My garden is in sad need of attention. I'm checking out your Journal tab. I've saved some white toilet paper tubes to do a journal with. Will look to you for inspiration. Creative Blessings! Kelly #29

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  28. I love those little books! Can't wait for the (garden?) one to be finished! Have a great week, and thanks for your visit! Lindart #41

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  29. Thanks for the point-me-in-the-right-direction for those tube books, Angela - totally fabulous idea!!! Now, after recycling out all those tubes before we moved, I'll have to save some more. :D

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  30. Happy Belated WOYWW and thank you for your earlier visit. Fabulous journal. I have been collecting all sorts of 'junk' to start a journal with, but other projects/online courses are keeping me occupied right now. One day! Ali x #27

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  31. Hi Angela! <3 1. your workspace has me rethinking my studio design with my table in the center. Lately I'm thinking if I had bins of my favorite things right before me I would use them all more and be more productive... 2. wow! What a fabulous little album you're creating. I do hope you will share with us at Mini Album Makers when she's done. I love Alison's new stamps and envy you that! ;0 Just kidding sweetie! Big hugs, Autumn

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  32. Great desk! I love your little album so much fun! Dorlene #40

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  33. What a gorgeous little project - I love the colours and the flower design. xx Jo

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  34. Lovely pocket journal, Angela. I haven't seen one made from kitchen roll tubes before - only loo rolls - but what a good idea as they are bigger! Thank you for your visit - unfortunately I'm not really back in the studio at the moment - I've just resumed uploading the posts about the mini-album I finished in the spring and was unable to post about until it was finished because the recipient might have seen it on my blog.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #28

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Angela x

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