Wednesday, February 26, 2014

WOYWW # 247

Good morning everyone and welcome to What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday # 247.   If you are wondering about this madness, just hop over to Julia's blog and she has pages at the top of her blog giving you instructions and information.  Each Wednesday we take a picture of our work desk and blog about it and then link it to Julia's blog.  Then we can visit each other and see what we have going on. There are so many different interests and it's great to have a look around and see craft rooms and storage ideas.


There are assorted bottles of shimmery goodness,some homemade and some new ones from Lindy's Stamp Gang. I'm always happy to be able to get those; they are just a bit nicer than the one's you make but sometimes we have to save a few pennies and make our own.   A new tube of E6000 glue...some new Liquitex Matte Medium, and Liquitex Glazing Medium.  I'm getting ready to get inky fingers and then shine it all up!  The piece of card stock had little flower petals cut out of it.  My butterfly all spritzed up and glittered and ready to grace the front of a card.  So as you can see I'm getting ready to have some fun.  Also an empty glass that had iced tea in it.   So there you  have it...I've showed you mine now show us yours!

So I'm off to visit everyone.  Can't wait to see what you have going on!


23 comments:

Olga said...

I c pretties in the making..........

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

You have lots of fun goodies to play with! I love E6000 glue, because it bonds almost anything. However, I don't think I've ever been able to finish a tube because the opening clogs and the tube often cracks. Do you have any suggestions as to how to best use it to avoid waste?

Claire said...

Your desk looks primed and ready for action...
Happy WOYWW :)
no. 33 (keeps changing!)

Patricia said...

Lots and lots goodies and Glimmer on your desk, butterflies ready and waiting.
I have not got into the "glimmering" yet. I am off to a Craft Show soon they are at the top of my list.
Happy Crafting
Hugs

Patricia xxx

Sandy Leigh said...

Oh, I love making the homemade spray paints! You know, it's funny, I took a Facebook test to see what character I would be from Downton, and I was Mary! I couldn't believe it, because I was without a doubt positive I would be Mrs. Patmore. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #6

Regina Hamilton said...

I see someone's about to get inky, and you have been playing with some Susan flowers. I can't wait to see what you make.

I'm not playing this week (so much to do, so little time) just wanted to stop in and say "hey girl".

Robyn said...

I'm somewhat spray deficient-I like to be in control!
Still your desk inspires me to try try again!
thanks for visiting.
robyn3

sandysewin said...

Looks like a lot of creative fun waiting to happen!

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the nice comments.

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #4

DottyA Cards & Things said...

Oh Yes,,,, I can see you have lots just ready to go..... Can't wait to see how you use your E6000 glue?

Sylvia said...

What a fun desk, Glenda, with so many things to wet our imagination! Happy Wednesday, it is cold here!

trisha too said...

Lots of shine, and lots of glue--you are READY, Glenda!

Happy woyww to you!
:)trisha
#20ish this week with
Jedi mind tricks

glitterandglue said...

Seems like sticky fingers are going to be the order of the day there, Glenda. Looks great fun!!
I enjoyed the first hoarders challenge - but as yet am completely without ideas for the second...hopefully something will happen before the deadline!!
Have a great week.
Margaret #59

Dianne said...

Hello Miss Glenda, now your talking my language, ink, sprays,I just saw a video on Lindy's sprays they worked fabulously, I still make mine, lots cheaper, your butterflies look beautiful, those leaves are so tiny, I couldn't make the GORGEOYSSSSSSS flowers you make, can't wait to see what you create with all that ink, thanks for visiting my nest, hope you have some big fun.. ((( BIG HUGS ))).. Dianne #80

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh they are tiny cut out petals, I would need a magnifying glasss and really good tweezers! Butterfly is lovely, no doubt you're going to be inky and smiling by the end of your day!

Nan G said...

I've heard some good things about lindy sprays. And liquidtex glaze...not played with that. Look forward to seeing what you do with that. Hugs and Happy WOYWW! Nan G #92

pearshapedcrafting said...

Lots of lovely things to play with so I hope you had fun today Chris75

Angela Radford said...

Looks like everything is ready and waiting. Happy crafting, Angela x 68

Stacy Sheldon said...

are you going to spray those butterflies just like that on the table?
( I always make such a mess I've saved an old box with the flaps pushed in on it to put things to be sprayed into)

Caroline D. said...

Looks like fun stuff there! I've really gotten hooked on glazing in my art journaling. I have 1 bottle of Lindy's (don't know what color) that I've never added water too. Thanks for showing yours to make me remember to get it out and see if I like it. I've heard good things about their sprays.

DeDe Haysom said...

Can't wait to see what you make with all those goodies....hope you share the result.Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a great week and happy WOYWW
DeDe #13

Daniella said...

Awesome desk! I want to jump right in!!
xxDaniella 2

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Glenda,

Oh, I really wanted to see the glitter on the butterflies (and even made the photo larger) but couldn't quite see.

You are showing a fun desk this week. I noticed the glass and was wondering if it was a wine glass..... like you, I'm a tea drinker through and through.

Thank you for visiting me already!
Happy belated WOYWW
Kay (5)

Leslie Miller said...

What a wonderful display of crafty goodness! The first time I used my E6000 glue it clogged up so hopelessly I had to throw it out. And I had such plans for it!

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