Wednesday, 1 August 2018

WOYWW # 478 - 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 today!
If you were here last week you will remember these:

I had so much fun reading your thoughts about what they might become and Diana was about the nearest as she thought they might be ice lollies.
I know the fact they were upside down drying may have confused some of you but here they are now completed.


I had so much fun making these and by the time you see them I will have hidden them in our local park ready for someone to find.
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 xXx


Helen said...

ha, they're fab! hope no-one breaks their teeth licking them though. Have a great week. Helen #1

Annie said...

I can just tell how much fun you’re having painting your stones. They’re fab and I’m sure there will be many out looking for one of yours to find.
Annie x #16

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Angela, they are such fun! People will love finding those.A really fab idea. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #5 XxX

Sarah Brennan said...

They look so much fun Angela. Someone will be lucky when they find them in the park. Have a great week. Sarah #19

Claire said...

Aren't they great? I could just lick them :D
And such a wonderful idea!
A very happy WOYWW to you!
Claire no.6

Neet said...

Mmmm I just remembered I have some ice cream lollies in the fridge - your cones reminded me. Great fun making them and great fun when folks find them. They are fabulous Angela!
Hugs, Neet 4 xx

Frayed Round The Edges said...

What a clever design on your stones , very summery Karen 26

Hazel said...

They look so realistically yummmy! Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a good day - Hazel, WOYWW #15 x

Diana Taylor said...

They have turned out fabulously well - I love them and I bet the lucky people who find them will be thrilled with them. A brilliant idea for this hot weather.
Hope you have a great week,
Diana x #21

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Angela you are so creative!! I love these, another good enough to eat (but wouldn't like to try) creation.
They take me back to my childhood, the ice lollies are just not the same anymore and I miss that crispy crunch of biting into the chocolate with it's hundreds and thousands... Can you tell it's tea time hee hee!!
Hugs for a Happy week ahead & Thanks for sharing WOYWW.
Tracey #3

Elizabeth said...

Hi Angela, these are delicious looking. Have you ever followed up on the stones you've distributed already and discovered whether they have gone or not. I might be tempted but I think I'd leave them where they are unless invited to take one. Have a great week. Elizabeth x #31

Lunch Lady Jan said...

You fooled everyone! The pebbles are great and I'm pleased that you're having fun making them :-D
Hugs LLJ 8 xxx

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Angela, great painted stones. You've given me an idea for our grandchildren for something to hunt for in our garden! They will love those. Have a lovely week Heather x #34

StampinCarol said...

Your rocks are a hoot! How fun! Hiding painted rocks is getting more popular here in the states. I have friends that do that! Have a great week!
Carol N #29

Julie Forest said...

Hi, Angela! What fabulous (and yummy) looking little treats you turned your pebbles into! I love them! What a special treat for anyone who finds one!Thanks for the visit earlier. Happy WOYWW! Julie {#32}

Twiglet said...

I love those painted pebbles - so colourful and lots of fun to do! xx Jo

Carmen Wing said...

Such fun rocks - very summery, I bet they've made a few people happy!

Have a lovely week,
Carmen x #35

Sue said...

Hi Angela, Well they look good enough to eat:)

I've seen some pebbles turning up in the village, so it's something that is catching on.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Sue #14

Win Dinn said...

LOVE those painted rocks, Angela - they look darn near edible. Beauty!

AliWade said...

Happy Belated WOYWW. I love the rocks. I collected some from a local beach carpark and even bought the Mod Podge to seal them, but another project that is waiting for when I have more time. Ali x #7

Stacy Sheldon said...

that is so fun that you made all those stones look like Ice cream cones Angela :) I have to remember to send a link from your blog to a friend of mine ( across the country) she is busy painting them too :) ~Stacy #36

Marit said...

Haaaa, I could do with some ice cream right now... It is yet another tropical day in the Netherlands but I wanted to thank you for your visit to my desk the other day and pay you a visit back so here I am, sweaty and all, sending you a hug from Holland. Marit #23

Jackie P Neal said...

OHGosh! these are totally fun! Whoever finds them is a lucky one Angela! What a "sweet treat" to hide!
Sending out hugs and thanks for your visit!
xo Jackie

Cheetarah said...

they look FANTASTIC angela!! good enough to eat! Happy weekend! xo Cheetarah #30

Christine said...

Thanks for your visit earlier .....I didn't realise that about the moths .... may have to buy a few of the bags myself lol
Just love those pebbles, what a brill idea.
Have a good week
Christine #22

Annie Claxton said...

Aha!! I never would have thought of that! They look so cool, in more ways than one :o) How much fun they will be for someone to find. Annie C #12

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Thanks for visiting...I now have a quiet house and needed to make the rounds. Life's just too busy for me somedays. Love your rocks. something so simple and such fun. Colors are great and they look so real.... Post before has some beautiful photos too. Enjoy a great weekend.

glitterandglue said...

They're brilliant Angela - great idea!!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #11

Mrs.D said...

Hi Angela, which park will that be, I might just nip over and look for one of your rocks, they are cute.
We really must get together sometime, now we have invades Lincolnshire.
Chris #9

Kyla said...

fantastic pebbles. I also belong to 3 pebble groups (world rock project, Sidmouth Smilestones and Bristol Rocks) and I LOVE painting and abandoning them. Have fun hiding them.


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