Wednesday, 25 July 2018

WOYWW # 477 - 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 have a few different things today.

 
Been doing some pebble painting again.

 
Can you guess what they will end up looking like?
I will of course photograph them for you to see when completed.

 
I've been sealing the pebbles with Gesso then painting them with Dylusions Acrylic paint.
 
So that's me done for today it's just been so hot that I really haven't done very much crafting but at least the paint dries quickly.

 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 xXx

31 comments:

  1. Will they be more M and Ms Angela? The ones I saw on Facebook were such fun. Hope it's a little cooler for you soon. Sarah #13

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  2. Can they be faces and shoulders? I wonder.
    Gosh Angela, everyone seems to be bathing in sunshine except me. It has been pretty miserable here, warm but miserable with no sunshine, but to prove me wrong he is out this morning - and I am busy cleaning!!
    Hugs, Neet 3 xx (have a good week)

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  3. I'm so glad you're having such fun painting the pebbles, they're going to be little people. I think. At least this heat is drying the paint quick, lol, I can't even bear to pick up the crochet at the moment, too darned hot!
    Hugs LLJ 11 xxx

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  4. Interesting project there .... no idea as to how they will end up.
    Have a good week
    Christine #19

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  5. The rock on the back left looks like Humpty Dumpty. I realize that's not right, but I guessed, anyway. Thanks for your earlier visit. Sorry you are so warm. I wouldn't survive without air conditioning. Happy WOYWW from # 1.

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  6. I’ve been trying to think of things to do in the garden now that it’s too dry to actually garden, I don’t like to sit and do nothing. I think a few pebbles and some paint might well help! Your preparation with gesso etc is very dedicated. I dont have a clue as to what you’re planning though!

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  7. You are so right: the paint dries quickly in this heat but it's no temperatures to craft much... I think we all suffer from it. I cannot wait until it is Autumn and a bit cooler, so I can craft 'full force' again. STay cool Angela. Warm(!) hug from Holland, Marit #21

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  8. Hi Angela, I agree, it's been so hot I just haven't been doing much either. My craft room gets way too hot to be pleasant.Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #7 XxX

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  9. Morning Angela. Teehee - when I looked at the first photo, from a distance, I thought you were having fun with hard boiled eggs!! No idea what you are really making1
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #5

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  10. Love the colors of the Dylusions Paint. And I love the finished pebbles. When we 1st traveled together, we found out we had several things we do the same. Collecting pebbles is one of them ! Hoping it cools down so you all can continue with life. Here I don't paint now as it is too humid, nothing dries. Have a whole little stash of waiting to do.

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  11. I can’t guess what the pebbles will be but just know I will love them 😀😀😀 it’s something I’d love to do if only there were more hours in the day.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #14

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  12. No guess on those rocks, but I am sure they will be pretty awesome!
    Jackie xx

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  13. are they trump babies?! glad you're getting something done, I can't even think about anything right now! Helen #4

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  14. Sorry to hear that the heat is slowing down your creative endeavors my friend. Blessings!

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  15. I don't think your rocks will become more M & Ms but I bet you have something really cool figured out! Have a great week!
    Carol N #26

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  16. I have no idea what they will become, but look forward to finding out! Where do you get your rocks from can I ask - we have a group who are thinking of doing pebble painting but I wondered where to get nice smooth pebbles from. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week. Love Caro x (#20)

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  17. HI Angela, that is so funny just a little bit ago I received a text from a lady ( that I know as a stamper) and that is what she is up to painting rocks :) and I love how you found things to hold yours while they dry that looks brilliant :) ~Stacy #31

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  18. I had a go at pebbles recently. Do you hide them? I really wanted to perfect the dot ones but didn't get on so well. Karen 23

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  19. I first thought they looked like noses. Haha. I think faces might be a better answer. Thanks for stopping by earlier. Have a great week! #25

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  20. Aww Angela you've even given the pebbles a little seat to rest in the heat hee heee! I agree about the paint drying quickly, a little too quick for my liking.
    Rest up it will be over before we know it ;)
    Happy WOYWW Tracey #6

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  21. Hi Angela, Looking forward to seeing the stones when they are finished.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #8

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  22. Hello Angela, you painting pebbles brings back a lovely memory, I used to paint them as a child and used to paint shell. Thank you for you visit to my blog,

    Lilian B #10

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  23. great project! Looking forward to see what the pebbles will look like when they are finished! Happy rest of the week! xo Cheetarah #28

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  24. I'm really curious about those pebbles...can hardly wait to see their 'becoming'!

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  25. I can't figure out what they might become but at the moment, in this heat all I can think of is ice lollies!! Hope you have a great rest of the week, sorry I'm late,
    Diana x #16

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  26. I can't imagine what they are going to be, but I'll be back to check it out! Happy belated WOYWW. Dorlene #34

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  27. Hi, Angela! Looks like you've been getting crafty. I can't wait to see how your pebbles turn out. Hope the weather breaks so you can get back to it. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  28. So hard to work in this heat we are not used to it! Thanks for sharing your desk and calling by my blog x Amanda #35

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  29. Hi Angela, those pebbles look fun, possibly cool to handle on a hot day. Looking forward to seeing what they are going to be when they are finished.
    Thanks for visiting my desk, yes this house is home now, still lots to do.
    Chris #18

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  30. HI Angela, can't wait to see your finished pebbles, I love the feel of a pebble in my hand. Have a good week, let's hope it cools off a bit :o) Annie C #10

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  31. Oooh, are these the ones that turned out to be M&Ms? They looked so real! Must try pebble painting one day! Thanks for your visit earlier Angela! Happy Sunday! Zsuzsa #12

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Angela x

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