Wednesday, February 5, 2014

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #244

Good morning everyone and welcome to WOYWW coming to you by way of Julia's blog!  Every Wednesday we come together and share photo's of our space so we can visit each other and see what we have going on in our world!  I have to admit, I'm totally addicted and can't seem to manage the excitement every Wednesday morning as I take a picture and prepare my blog post in anticipation of getting to visit people from all over the world.  I have to admit, I have made many new acquaintances and love visiting with everyone.


This is about as messy as I can afford to let my area get because any more items out and I begin to lose things.  I use dies on most every project I work on and I'll lose a die when things get messy.  The last one was gone for 2 months and it was one I used often, so you can imagine how upset I was.  So I vowed to try and not let it get that messy ever again.  I'm kinda crazy when it comes to my dies!

You can see I'm working on a card and I have cut out flower petals and leaves and I've been coloring them with inks getting ready to shape to go on the card front.  I don't like much being finished and I hope to share it with you on Friday.  You can see a case of dies in the upper left corner in front of my tubs of Flower Soft.  Lots of glues and inks and a tub of glitter.  Also some green PanPastel but I'm not happy with that shade of green so I just continue to use the inks.

OK, I will close for now I have lots to do before the day goes much farther.  And we like to keep it short and sweet, so as not to have  you lose interest!  Have a good day and I'm off to visit and explore!

12 comments:

DottyA Cards & Things said...

I bet you even cleared it up a little before you snaped this shot..te he :)
Can't wait to see your card with the flowers you got here...
Check out my blog on how I started keeping my Dies if you havent already, it's a work in progress.

Olga said...

I c beauties in the making!!!

Patricia said...

Loving the flower bits and the foliage, looking forward to seeing the flowers you will create. I love making flowers, yours always amaze me. If I lived near you I would be knocking on your door for some "flower making classes"......LOL!!

Patricia. xx

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Can't wait to see those flowers made up Glenda. Your flowers are always so dreamy!
Bear Hugs,
Carol

Dianne said...

Hello my dear Miss Glenda, your wee mess is lovely,I know your dies are important, they are part of the magic you create making the most gorgeous cards and ex-quizzed flowers, losing things is something we are all haunted by:O). I looooove Tim's inks for anything, they make, your flowers come alive, have a wonderful day, thanks for stopping by my nest, happy WOYWW, ))) BIG HUGS)))
Dianne #67..

Dianne said...

Hey sweety just notice you have me on your blog list, thank you I'm honored, Namaste, ((( BIG HUGS )))..

betsy (pharmgirl) said...

oooo! do those look pretty! have fun!

Lindart said...

Lovely die cuts - something I rarely use, but love what others do with them! In my room I lose stamps -my "E" from a few weeks ago is still missing! I'm betting those die cuts will make a beautiful card!
Lindart #84

Helen said...

loving those flowers and leaves - hope you don't lose those! Thanks for the visit. Helen 7

Julia Dunnit said...

It is quite a bright green for the nature-y stuff you do, I agree. Nice though..bet four leaf clovers will feature it soon! Your desk is all calm and lovely - I understand about the dies..since they became thin metal outlines they really are easy to lose!

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I like the petals and leaves you've cut out, really soft pretty colours! You'll have to show the finished work for us to see :-)
A tub of glitter?? You're my kind of gal. I adore anything sparkly...there is no such thing as too much bling. Hey, that sounds good. I'm going to make that my motto from now on!
Thanks for dropping by!
Hugs, LLJ 33 xx

Leslie Miller said...

Ooooh, I do see something beautiful in progress!

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