Wednesday, October 17, 2012

WOYWW #176

I can hardly believe it is time once again for sharing my workspace with you.  If you don't know what the heck I'm talking about, just head over to Julia Dunnit's blog and have a look around.  We take a picture of our space and blog about it then link our blog at Julia's blog.  Then we can all go have a look around and visit each other's desks!  I'm totally addicted!  So now here we go!

 
Now I know it looks like I'm having my breakfast here but the egg shells are for a technique I'm going to be working on.  I got the idea from http://selmasstampingcorner.blogspot.com/2012/10/eggshell-mosaic.html
When you are finshed you wind up with a stained glass look.  I can't wait to try this technique and hope to be showing you some pretty projects soon.
 
I had a morning of shopping with my sister "The Enabler" and the things I purchased are still lying on my desk.  Also a cute  Mo Manning image I'm painting for a Christmas project.  Then of course I have the usual stuff lying about waiting to be used or put away.
 
Well that does it for me this morning.  I'm off to visit as many of you as I can before my time gets away from me. 

21 comments:

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Ohhhhhhhhh..I forgot it was Wednesday! Looks like you'll have some fun this week with the "NEW" things and ideas. Off to take a picture and post! Then maybe back to bed..Have a fun WOYWW

sandra de said...

I can't wait to see what you create out of those eggshells. I am now off to check out the link. Have a lovely week.
Sandra @93

jill said...

Must check out the link next to see what you do with egg shells. It's amazing what we use when crafting . I hope you'll share your finished egg shell project jill#51

EELS said...

Yes I think I'll join the others checking out the eggshells thingy, pretty soon there's going to be lots and lots of creations using this technique. Thanks for visiting earlier.
Cheers, Elaine #19

DottyA Cards & Things said...

Can't wait to see what you come up with using the Eggs....!!
Just look at all the goodies you have there... looks like a MS score bord, I love mine but still use the mini Score-buddy the most.. but when I have a large sheet of paper I go right for my MS Score board!
Have a question for ya?
I see all the lovley colored pencials there... what brand do you use or like the best and do you use water to blend or Glicerin ( I think that's how it's spelled, I'm a really BAD speller)??

thefrugalcrafter said...

huh, the eggshells must be a hot new thing because I've seen them other places too! Looks like a fun project! Happy WOYWW Lindsay #7

Sunshine Girl said...

Great desk there - the egg shells look intruiging I havent seen them used for stained glass before! Thanks for sharing - Sunshine Girl no. 57

Belinda said...

Oh I was grabbing my coat to come on over for a nice omelette! He he

Oh my goodness I clicked the link and not sure how this technique works but it's gorgeous. Promise to share when you complete yours. So many cool techniques out there.

Thanks for stopping by my desk.

Belinda (17)

Gita said...

The girl you colored looks great and the eggshell technique looks so much fun. Can't wait to try it. Happy WOYWW!! Brigita #129

Sylvia said...

Your desk looks perfectly wonderful today, Glenda, just right for getting into all sorts of fun projects. As for the egg shells, have fun. My concern would be the bugs that come to eat them through the paper! Have a wonderful time crafting today! Happy Wednesday!

Olga said...

looks like you have been busy, can't wait to see your stained glass!

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh I saw something about this technique on SCS just this morning...do show and tell when you have a chance will ya? Liking the lovely wide ribbon. I think I need to go shopping with you and the Enabler....is she a financial enabler???!!!!

butlersabroad said...

I just bought a MS Scoreboard at lunch from Michaels with a 50% coupon!! Can't wait to use it, I also have a Scorpal, but often find myself needing scores in different widths that the Scorpal provides. What are you going to do with the wide ribbon, looks Christmassy to me! The technique sounds interesting, be sure to post next week, succeed or fail!!

Hugs
Brenda 3

kay said...

oh those eggshells are intriguing,shall investigate the link,thanks for visiting me
have a fab woyww
kay #53

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Glenda,

The eggshell technique sounds interesting. You are so creative, I can't wait to see what you make. Now, it's kind of nice to have an "enabler." At least you have someone else to blame!!!

Thanks for visiting me already.

Happy WOYWW
Hugs, Kay #18

Nan G said...

Can't wait to see what you do with the egg shells.

okienurse said...

Great looking desk this week! I saw that post from Selma and the card she made with the egg shells. I wondered how stable they are. Looking forward to hearing your take on it. Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Sorry I am getting around so late but I am glad you stopped by my blog! Vickie #71

scrappymo! said...

Should be fun to see what you do with the eggshells!!!

butterfly said...

Eggshells sound FUN to play with... looking forward to that! The image is looking lovely. Belated happy WOYWW!
Alison x
#31

Twiglet said...

Sounds like a fun project. I am a bit late visiting this week. I am trying to visit a few new desks each week. x Jo #86

Tamika said...

Interesting! I was wondering what's egg shells got to do with it? LOLTamika #124

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