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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

WOYWW #87

This is my desk for this week, and I must be honest, this is what it usually looks like when I am working! Valentines Day projects at the moment, some  have been  ordered, others are to take into work in case anyone wants one. The stamped Rose image is by Graphicus/Elusive Images, Harlequin Rose Themeplate. A couple have been stamped in black Versafine & heat embossed, the others stamped in Sepia Versafine only.I have also used a mix of card, white, cream and some marbled. The roses I have started painting with H2O's/Artquest  palettes. The single rose is also a Graphicus image, stamped on acetate & glittered on the back. I punched out some envelopes, cut up some handwriting stamped text paper, and made a bundle of 'love letters' which is tied with ribbon. The gold filigree and Lattice hearts have been cut out with the Silhouette. I am posting this at a disgustingly early time, before I go to work,to give me more time to visit everyone else when I get home. So Happy WOYWW to everyone, and if you have just come across my blog, and haven't joined in this before, visit Julias Stamping Ground Blogspot, to join in the fun and get to see lots of crafters desks & workspaces, for Whats On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

34 comments:

S said...

Stamping on acetate, there's an idea I need to revisit. Thanks for the peek.

akilli melek said...

lovely images, i do like H2O paints.

let us see what the project looks like finished too please.

caroline #112

nnalorac said...

Lovely cards Shaz and fab creative desk. Carolx

Sarpreet said...

love those hearts, great workspace, happy WOYWW, thank you for sharing.

Sarpreet said...

thank you for becoming a follower i have joined your blog too

Kim Dellow said...

Ooo that looks very industrious! Fab WOYWW! Kim

MaggieC said...

Shaz, that rose stamp is one of my favourites too. It is amazing how different colours make it look a completely different design. I shall be glad to finish the knitting and get back to cards again, not to mention Merlin's unicorn.

Andria said...

happy woyww, thanks for sharing :)
crafty hugs - Andria (42).

Wipso said...

Some lovely crafting going on on your desk today.
A x

Helen said...

Great looking cards,but I love those lattice hearts.

Karen said...

Fab creative desk and lots of lovely cards. I love those gold filigree and lattice hearts that you have cut out, they are beautiful :)
Have a great WOYWW,
Karen #88

Twiglet said...

Your header pic is soooo beautiful - have a great week.

okienurse said...

very nice pics on your desk. I like the rose with the black and white pattern. Your cards are very nice too. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #80

Jinny Holt said...

Hello Shaz

Thanks for stopping by my desk yesterday, had a busy day yesterday,so only now really doing the rounds,cant see me getting much done today!!!

Love how your desk i looking, busy and creative!!

I absolutely adore the nice images to the left,they are awesome,is that a stamp?????? Its yummy,very majestic!!

Right more desks to see and so little times
take care

Jinny

Shaz in Oz. said...

Ooo Shaz you are so right that is gorgeous stamp and can see your are neater than I am I must say I love your brayer work ... flicked back to more of your Stampscapes.. soo gorgeous!
love it,
Shaz in oz.x PS thanks for popping by!.. my brayering on acetate card was posted tonight and was okay after all with a bit of tweaking!

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Love all the Valentine's creativity I'm seeing! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

karen said...

You have such a wonderful creative desk! A true artist!
Thanks for the visit and the book recommendation!
xoxo Karen

Victoria said...

this is gorgeous i love the hearts in gold thank you for visiting me x

Deb said...

your Valentines cards are so pretty and love those cut out hearts! hugs Debx

Katie_Bolinger said...

beautiful cards I only need to make a couple of valentines this year (or any year) but you look like you're spreading a lot of love this year.

kaz said...

Love the Rose cards, looks like your busy, Happy WOYWW TFS.
Kaz. Love your wolf Picture.

Kim said...

I'm lovin' the look of your desk! I'd love to see the rose cards finished! Thanks for stopping by mine. The yellow was because that room only gets daylignt in the side window a few hours a day; I needed some serious brightening! It will tone down once I get some grungy stuff on the walls!
-K, #147

Starla said...

BUSY! Your easle cards are lovely too!
Star 125

RosA said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. That rose image is beeeeeaaauuuuutiful! And your easel cards are lovely too. I keep meaning to have a go at making one of them.

Leonie said...

LOVING your desk- ahh i feel so at home- what a lovely stash of goodies you have!
thanks for taking the time to hop by my blog!
happy woyww- belated as it is - sorry!
xxxL

butlersabroad said...

Amazing cards Shaz, love that Velentines stamp and all those little paint palettes too!

Hugs
Brenda 91

Linby said...

love that rose stamp-be good to see the finished works.
Linbyx

Marjo said...

Very busy creative desk. Love the cards. Thanks for the peek and sharing, hugs Marjo lucky #1

Nicky said...

Love your desk and those heart are stunning - hello as well to another valentine baby mum - it'nt it fun when everyone is trying to romantic in a restruant and we all come in to celebrate a birthday lol ~ Nicky no.12

Lisa said...

Your space is terrific and the projects you are working on, wow!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Ciara said...

Wow, you're a busy lady! A craft desk should look just like yours!

Jenn said...

Looks like my desk when I have access to my craft room. Too cold now, so that's what my dining room table looks like : (

Anne Marie said...

I love seeing other crafter's desks "in progress"!! Looks like you have something beautiful in the works, too! Can't wait to see the finished project! :)

Oliva said...

Wow...you're very creative and talented! You and I have something in common: we have a huge work area, but only use a small bit of it, because the rest is cover with all of our craft "stuff"! Thank you for stopping by :-)

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