Wednesday, November 11, 2015

What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday #336

Good morning friends!  I am here to share with you what my desk looks like and what I have been doing.  If you are curious as to why I would do this, it's because every Wednesday I participate in this wonderful world wide blog hop.  For details you can visit Miss Julia at her blog Stamping-Ground.  She has all the details listed there on her blog.  We would be so happy if you came and joined us each Wednesday.

I'm working on Christmas now and loving it!


I have a little mess going on right now.  Plastic bowls with flat backed pearls, several bottles of glue and some pretty paper.  Also I have a pine cone and some Snow Tex open and I'm using a brush to apply the snow to a pine cone.  Next I will hot glue pearls to the edges of the little pine cone and some pretty ribbon to the top and of course the hanger.


I was checking our some of the videos on YouTube and found this ornament by Cynthialoowho.  I fell in love with it and decided this would really look pretty on my tree.  It's from her Christmas series in 2013 ...anyway here is the link to the video:
Cynthialoowho 2013-10 days of Christmas ornaments.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGoREGYCM04 

This girl is so talented and I just had to give this a try.  Well that's it for me this morning.  I'm off to visit and see what you all have going on!

15 comments:

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oooh, I LOVE that pine cone ornament. What a great idea!! I have no idea what Snow Tex is but it looks really pretty!
I'm glad I made you smile with the daft pics!!
Hugs, LLJ 2 xxx

Robyn Oliver said...

Oh yes that is one lovely decorated pine cone, have fun decorating yours, Glenda, cheers RobynO#30

Neet said...

I love the look of Snowtex. Such a pretty cone - a bunch of those would look ever so pretty sitting on a branch. Pity I don't have time to make a whole lot or I would. So tempting.
Hugs & Thanks for visiting me
Neet 4 xx

Sylvia said...

Beautiful pine cone ornament, Glenda, love all that glitter that must be in your hair! LOL!How patient you are to glue pearls on a pine cone! Have a beautiful Wednesday!

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

That's a lovely ornament, Glenda! Really like it! Have a happy day! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #39

Marisa Job said...

Beautiful pine cone ornament! Perfect for the Christmas tree!

Patricia said...

Glendale, I just LOVE your Pinecone.
I have a few Big Pinecones I really must give this a go.
Patricia X

Diana Taylor said...

I love the pine cone and will have to try making one for my tree - thanks for the link. I have a rather dried out tub of SnowTex so I'm hoping if I water it down a little it will still work - fingers crossed! Thanks so much for the visit to my desk earlier, I hope you have a great week,
Diana #17

Helen said...

what a fabulous ornament! Glad you're getting organised, as you've seen, I am not!! Helen 6

Julia Dunnit said...

Now that's the sort of useful internet browsing I like! Haven't seen Snow Tex in these parts for a while, but it can't be impossible to track down..what a wonderful ornament....you are patient, no doubt about it. So glad you're enjoying the Christmas prep!

butterfliecrafter said...

I once also decorated a pine cone with snow, but with the pearls it is just so much better.butterfliecrafter#8

Darlene said...

Oh how clever and yes, I'm sure these will look awesome on your tree! Great job my friend! Hope you are well ...

Michelle G said...

Lovely idea, no wonder you were keen to have a go.

Susan Lankford said...

Very pretty...I'll have to check out the video!

Annie Claxton said...

That is SO pretty, what a great idea - maybe next year I will have tim to give it a try, they would look so pretty on one of those white branches. Have a great weekend :o) Annie C #33

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