Wednesday, March 30, 2016

WOYWW #356

Wednesday mornings brings me to this lovely show and tell blog hop that Julia Dunnit hosts and where everyone is welcome no matter what your pleasure!  Just take a photo of your workspace, blog about it and then link it to Julia's blog. Once that is done you can then visit the other participants desks and see what is going on in their world. Julia has instructions listed on her blog that will help you along if you are having trouble.  You will find us a friendly bunch of crafters and we are always glad to have you visit!


I'm working on daisy flowers and fluttery butterflies!  I love them both and am hoping this card finally comes together this morning.  Right now my card feels a little washed out and I may do some changing before I'm finished to add a bit more of a pop of color to brighten it up some.  Time will tell.  I've been sitting here just making flowers when I should be outside working in the yard.  It's Spring here in East Tennessee and there is a world of work for this old lady!  My back has been a bit out of sorts so it's been difficult for me.  I'm sure hoping I am on the mend soon and able to continue with my work and play!

I've shown you mine, now show us yours!  Join us and share in this little bit of madness we call WOYWW (What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday).

23 comments:

glitterandglue said...

Hope your card comes together for you, Glenda. Enjoy. Trust the back recovers in time for you to be doing a spot of gardening, too. I can't get out to ours as everything is just SO wet still.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #21

Jackie Mackay said...

Loving the flowers and butterflies - wish I had a die cut thingy at the moment since my project at the Hospice is flowers and butterflies. Hope the end result is as beautiful as you want it. Have a happy week x Jackie 16

Mrs.D said...

Morning Glenda, I love those Memory box dies, I'm sure you will get things right on the card soon and be very pleased with it, do share next week.
I do hope your back is better soon, but just enjoy crafting while you wait, the gardening isn't going to go and tell the world that you haven't done it.
Bless you for sharing
Chris #20

Evalila said...

Hope your back gets better soon. The butterfly dies look great. And daisies? You can never go wrong with daisies :) Happy WOYWW, Evelyn #35

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Glenda, love those daisies and butterflies. I shape my flowers the same way you are doing yours, with a mat and stylus. Hope your back feels better soon, back pain is horrible, I know. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #7 xx

Sylvia said...

So many wonderful things to see here this morning, Glenda! Love that you are making butterflies, just perfect for Spring! It is raining here this morning, but it will be gone in a bit! Have a beautiful Wednesday!

Annie said...

Hope you find that bit of colour that you're looking for with your flower making and your back improves so you can get busy in the garden too.
Have a great week.
Hugs,
Annie x # 13

Lisca Meijer said...

I'm sorry to hear your back is giving you jip. I hope it gets better soon.
The flowers are looking gorgeous already and you haven't even finished them!
Yes, spring is on its way. Hurray!
Thanks for visiting already,
Happy WOYWW and have a great week
Lisca

Lynn Holland said...

I like the lovely shape of the flowers once curled. It's not something I do but I really admire the talent for such precise work.
I hope your back isn't to bad, you have my sympathy as mine is not great.
Here in Lancashire in the uk it is cold and windy but the sun has just come out. I've lots to do in the garden myself but it will have to wait.
Lynn 14 x

Diane Futrell said...

Lovely flowers. It looks like you curl the petals after you cut. I hadn't thought of that. Looks great.
Have a great day.
Diane - WOYWW #34

Sharon said...

I hope your back feels better soon.

The flowers look beautiful. Hope your card works out and you share the finished product with us!

Have a great week
Sharon K #42

Julia Dunnit said...

The garden mUST wait if your back is feeling a bit weak...you must loom after yourself. A weed is stil a weed whether it's 1" or 10" tall! You keep your dies as new, and I love the idea actually, of some shaping and cupping!

lilian said...

Love you work desk.

Lilian B#59

Anne L said...

Good evening Glenda. I think your cards going to look so beautiful with those hand made flowers. I love the dies you have too. Have a great week.Hugs~Anne L #3

Plush Possum Studio said...

Flowers and butterflies are lovely all year 'round. I'm sure it will be a lovely finished product.

April Story said...

Flowers and butterflies are my absolute favorites! I hope you share what you make.
April #36

Vicky Fisher said...

those flowers look great already, you see they are made with lots of love and care. happy WOYWW Vicky #8

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Thanks for visiting Glenda, I've had a restless night and 2 days with my mom and medical visits. So visiting is an easy catch up, I wish I could share my heated rice bag with you. My shoulder and neck area are totally messed up, but we are having rain, damp cold weather and it sets off areas in this old body. Loving your play area. BIG Scissor handles ! Those flowers and butterflies look so fun to play with and I know that finished piece will be lovely. Have a lovely weekend. I've several birthdays in April so must get busy with cards.

Darlene said...

Ooooo can't wait to see the end project! Doesn't get much better than flowers & butterflies in my book! Don't overdo it outside ... I know that's easier said then done and I too am anxious for those warmer, sunshiny days but would hate to see you 'down for the count'. I'm being a bit selfish because I NEED your inspiration! LOL ... HUGS and Happy Day!

Cara said...

Hope your back feels better soon. Making flowers is definitely more important than doing chores! Cara x

Tracey said...

Lots of lovely dies there Glenda :o)
Hope your back is better soon.
Hugs
Tracey #51
xx

Leslie Miller said...

I just love seeing all the dies you're working with. I know something gorgeous will come of it. Really love that pretty oval die cut. Swooning here! I've been gardening, too. This whole week is sunny and warm, but rain coming this weekend. Maybe I can stamp then. Hope your soreness goes away soon.

CraftygasheadZo said...

Am sure your card will look fab. Take care Zo xx 41

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