Wednesday, 20 March 2013

WOYWW #198

Good morning WOYWW'ers. Grey and miserable again, but what better to brighten your day than a snoop around your fellow crafters/artist's work spaces. Julia is hosting this worldwide party, over on her Stamping Ground blog, hop over there, snoop around and get involved. I've been pretty busy of late and can't wait till the Easter holidays for a bit of  r'n'r. My work space is pretty messy (as usual). I managed to grab a couple of hours yesterday, to work on my flowers for the Tattered Florals Challenge, scroll down for pics of completed project if you've got time. Speaking of which I better get ready for work! Have an excellent day everybody. x


  1. My goodness you have been busy recently. That desk looks poised for more action too. Happy WOYWW, hugs Jenny #92

  2. Now that's quote tidy compared to ours this week :)

    Waving hi from the bears who forgot to check what no. We are!! Tsk.

  3. a busy looking desk and a great tag for the Tim challenge
    Wishing you a very Happy WOYWW
    Ria #44

  4. Looks as if everything is ready for your return. Great stamps to the left.
    Krisha #139

  5. I am late today but it looks as though your desk is ready for when you get in from work.....I saw your fab flowers and love them! Still pondering on how you could waterproof them though..... Hugs, Anne x #34

  6. Happy (belated) WOYWW!

    StampinBoots x #144

  7. Oh saw your flowers, they look great on your bushes!

  8. Everyone seems to be playing with tattered florals this week. I had to scroll down for a peek and love your distressed blooms. Maybe you could start a new gardening craze for non gardeners.
    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs Lisax #71

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