Wednesday, March 4, 2015

WOYWW #300

Good morning everyone and welcome to What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday #300.  Now that has to be some kind of milestone, to have started a little blog hop that has blossomed into this little bit of wonderful for Wednesday mornings! I am so totally addicted that if I miss a Wednesday I feel like my whole week is messed up!  If you need a little more information about this world wide blog hop and if you need all the rules and regulations about it, just hop over to Julia's blog and she has everything listed there. And a big congratulations to Julia for creating this blog hop for all of us!


I took this photo late yesterday afternoon and it still looks the same this morning. I am making flowers again, something that I love doing.  The black kit holds some of my flower shaping tools and I'm afraid it is covering my cut out flower petals.  I need flowers to decorate these pretty boxes I'm making for my sister.  The nursing home needs boxes to hold goodies and I'm loving every minute of this. I just love a pretty box.  See the re-inkers sitting there?  The two new Ranger Distress colors are showing.  The Cracked Pistachio and the Abandoned Coral are my latest additions to my hoard.  I use distress inks to color a lot of the flowers I make so new colors just take my away with possibilities!

Well that does it for me this morning.  I'm off to Julia's blog and then on to visit as many of you as I can!


20 comments:

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Glenda, those boxes sound like a lovely project, look forward to seeing them completed. I'm glad the new colours are coming out one a month, lol. I like the pistachio, not sure about the Coral, I'm not really a pink person, but have to have the complete set, lol. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #37 xx

Jill Kiln Fired Art said...

Hi Glenda, thanks for stopping by my blog. Box making is something I would love to do for my earings and pendants. I have a Cameo so I should really give it a go, one day when I get time.
Jill #35

Olga said...

Can't wait to see the finished project, I know its gonna be gorgeous!

DottyA Cards & Things said...

Your flowers are the best!!! So the boxs you fancy up with them I know will be Loved!!! Hope your able to take some pic and show us.

Sylvia said...

Your desk is full, but no goodies for us to look at, my Glenda, you are keeping us in suspense this morning! Or maybe it is the fog at my house! Hope your day is blessed!

Krisha said...

Looking forward to seeing some of those pretty boxes. What a great cause!
Thanks for the comment this week.
Krisha #2

Patricia said...

A busy looking desk, look forward to seeing the productions.
I too just LOVE making flowers. I can loose myself for hours making them.
Have a great day

Patricia x

Sandy Leigh said...

What a meaningful project. And those flowers will make the boxes adorable. Happy WOYWW #300! Sandy Leigh #58

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

How awesome that you're making those boxes and I bet they are GORGEOUS!!! What a wonderful treat! I look forward to seeing what you are creating and learn something new from you all the time! I'm practicing up on my flower making skills again so help is appreciated! LOL Stay warm out there ... I hear we have a 'heat wave' coming next week! YAY!!! I could use it!!

Nannie4 said...

Hi, Glenda. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. What a great idea the flowered boxes are for the nursing home. They will be cheerful and girly and uplifting. Good for you --- and it's a bonus that you are enjoying their creation so much. :) Have a great crafting week.
Nann#54

Anne said...

Hope I get to see the boxes - sound lovely. I enjoy making flowers as well. :-) Anne x #38

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I do love your flowers, always so beautifully colored. I did spy a jar of snow on your desk. I chuckled as I had mine out last week. The flower boxes sound like just the perfect pick me up for the nursing home. They certainly will be appreciated. Diane #39

pearshapedcrafting said...

Sorry for arriving so late - been busy day!! What a lovely thing to be making flower boxes for the nursing home - I'm sure they will be loved! Chris 44

Leslie Miller said...

I always love your boxes. I can't wait to see!

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Glenda happy 300th WOYWW, Have fun decorating the boxes for the nursing home I know the'll love them. Cheers RobynO#14

Shoshi said...

Making boxes for the nursing home is a lovely idea. Like you, I love a pretty box!

Thanks for your lovely comment and your kind words. Yes, it was devastating to have my surgery postponed so near to the actual event, but in the long run it is better because my hubby and I are now enjoying a fortnight's peace and quiet without Mum in the house, to rest and prepare. I feel a lot better, especially now we have the new date of 18th March.

Happy belated 300th,
Shoshi #45

Nan G said...

Oooh boxes covered with flowers! Can't wait to them. Have a wonderful weekend. Thanks for the earlier visit! Hugs and Happy WOYWW! Nan G #75

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Glenda,

Your flowers are the best! I imagine the people at the nursing home will love their new boxes!

Thanks for visiting me already!
Happy belated 300 WOYWW
Hugs,
Kay

Kelly said...

Can't wait to see the completed boxes. I have that tool kit, just haven't made the time to sit and play. So many things on my To Do list once my new studio is finished. Creative Blessings! Kelly #73

glitterandglue said...

Hello Glenda. Enjoy making all those flowers for the little gift boxes - what a lovely idea.
Thanks for visiting. Take care. God bless.
Margaret #4

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