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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

WOYWW #430

Whats on your Workdesk Wednesday, hosted by our lovely Julia over at The Stamping Ground, as always. Mine? Not a lot, to be honest. Just the stuff I've been working on over the weekend.
 Another bunch of Stencil Paste & Hot Foil pieces, all of which are in the post below this. Tim Holtz layering stencils this time.



I did some sheets of foil on some scrap card, so I could try die cutting it for sentiments, and that worked fine too.


So now I have to turn a load of these pieces into cards, which will happen over the next few days..
 But for now, I think I've foiled pretty much everything I can, maybe do some more when I've used up all these.


Not much more going on,  Thursday I have my first Radiotherapy treatment, and if the plan he spoke about goes as planned, it'll be three more next week, then one on the Monday after, and all done.
 After that, I have the Tim Holtz Workshop to look forward to, followed the week after by our Crop meet in Llandudno.




And finally...................

29 comments:

Helen said...

Hope the radiotherapy goes ok and to plan. you have certainly caught the foiling bug, you have a lot of pieces to work with!! Take care, Helen #?

Annie said...

I had pictures in my mind of Doug covered in foil while reading your post Shaz 😂😂😂😂 I really hope your treatment goes well and am really looking forward to meeting you at the crop....I feel like I've known you for years.
Hugs,
Annie x#8

Sarah Brennan said...

Hi Shaz, hope all goes well with the radiotherapy. With any luck I'll be able to make it to the crop but my friend isn't sure yet so I'm leaving it closer to the time to confirm. I think the motto in your house should be 'If it doesn't move, it needs foil!' Don't forget to bring all the stuff you did with Sir Tim of Holtz to Llandudno, I can't wait to see the tags! Happy WOYWW Sarah #13

Christine said...

I can soooo agree with the minion!

Hope all your sessions go ok. Hope that there are no delays and you are straight in to your treatments without having to hang around too much .... that's the debilitating bit.
Take care
Christine #15

May said...

I don't only agree with the minion, But I think I am him !! I hope the sessions are going okay.. Lots to look forward too the crop and a Tim Holtz workshop... Happy WOYWW May #10

glitterandglue said...

Morning Shaz. Oh how I say Amen to the last paragraph!!! My forgeterer works perfectly too! I do trust your radiotherapy goes well. I wish you all the best.
You have been exceedingly busy hot foiling everything in sight that sat still, by the look of things - Hope Doug kept on the move!!!
Take care - see you soon. God bless.
Margaret #2

Cheetarah said...

Die-cutting foil is a great idea, and it looks beautiful too!
Wishing you best of luck with the radiotherapy treatment, let's hope it's the last treatment and you'll be all clear by the end of it. At least something super wonderful to look forward to, the TH workshop sounds marvelous!
Have a wonderful week! Happy WOYWW xoxo Cheetarah #20

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Love the minion, Shaz.. and yes my forgettery works perfectly! :D
Mm foiling looks really truly fab too if had more time would scroll down but simply no time .. will hopefully call back! in my remeberer works! happy WOYWW!
oh, and I am praying hard all goes well with Radiotherapy with minimal side affects for you!
hugs, Shaz in Oz.x #21

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

Plush Possum Studio said...

Pretty looking foil letters! That must take a deft hand with a light touch. I've yet to try it myself.
Blessings on the radiotherapy, Shaz.
Happy WOYWW!
Rose of Rose's Art Garden #31

Felicia Aaron said...

Shaz, blessings for your treatment, I'm pulling for positive outcomes! I've never done any foiling, the one thing I haven't hoarded in my craft drawers! LOLOL I look forward to seeing the cards....but you really are making me look bad with the "Christmas" crafts already! LOLOL Blessings to you tomorrow, Felicia, #32

Jan Ltc said...

Happy WOYWW ave a great week xx Jan (30)

StampinCarol said...

Praying that the radiotherapy goes well! And looking forward to the cards you make with your foiled pieces. God bless you!
Carol N #22

Lindart said...

Love the Minion! Hopefully things will all go well with the doc. Glad you have the Tim Holtz workshop to look forward to - you lucky gal! Be sure you take detailed pics! Have a great week, thanks for sharing! Lindart #35

Angela Radford said...

Hi Shaz, hope everything goes well with your appointment. Tim Holtz workshop! didn't know about that, lucky you. You must take pics. Pleased you've been enjoying my photos. I did go a bit mad but it was a very busy weekend, it seems to get more and more popular every year. Thank you so much for the visit to mine, have a great woyww and happy crafty week, Angela x11x

Robyn said...

I like to get through my birthday before I even think about the C word

Stacy Sheldon said...

ooh the foiled projects turned out super and I had to laugh over the minion because, I resemble that remark :) I hope this next visit goes well for you Shaz, ~Stacy #37

Sue said...

Shaz, Love the foiled projects.

Good luck withe the radiotherapy. Sending heaps of positive healing thoughts and hugs (((Shaz))).

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #9

Robyn said...

I k=like to get past my birthday be fore I even think about the C word!
robyn 7

Sharon Madson said...

Shaz, I hope your treatment goes well! And what great events to look forward to! Tim Holtz and the WOYWW Crop! Sending hugs and prayers. #39

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

Hi Shaz. The foiling looks great and I just know the resulting cards will be fabulous. Hope all goes well and to plan with the radiotherapy. I'll be thinking of you. I'm with the minion!

Fiona #36

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Shaz, I think I'm with the Minion! I too am a bit concerned for your hubby's safety with all this foiling you are doing ...
I hope all goes well with the radiotherapy treatment(s). Sending you a big hug, Heather #25

Kim said...

Happy WOYWW! I've got a lot to catch up on your blog, the foiling is awesome! I've yet to try it. Good luck at the Dr.s, and have a fun week.
-K #29

lisa said...

I hope your radiotherapy goes really well, Shaz. Love all the foiling and how great to have Tim Holtz and The Crop to look forward too.
Thanks for visiting me already.
Hugs Lisax #17

Twiglet said...

Best of luck with your radiotherapy Shaz. I just chuckled at Annie's comment about the foil - Imagined Doug as your knight in shining armour - which of course he is!! xx

Marit said...

I always wondered how that 'foil' would work/looks like... but I have too many stuff in the atelier already so I stay away from it and admire your pictures instead :) Good luck with the radiotherapy dear! Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day, love from Holland, Marit #26

RosA said...

Hi Shaz
I'm a bit behind. That foil effect is fabulous. I will have to look at your previous posts and see what that is all about :)
Hope the radiotherapy all goes smoothly.
RosA # 27

BJ said...

I guess you are all foiled-out now! Like the sentiment die cut with the foil on scraps of card. Hope you appointments go OK, hugs and thanks for the visit BJ#23

Julia Dunnit said...

Still a bit taken aback by quite how great the foiling has been - my word you have done some fantastic r&d...I rather suspect that using up these bakgrunds and words will be no trouble at all!
rooting for you, hope the treatment feels like a doddle. xx

Shoshi said...

Ha! Foiled again... Lol! Really sorry to hear about your shoulder - I've had shoulder problems and know just how painful it can be. Had physio and she gave me some exercises to do. Mine was due to crutch and wheelchair use getting the joint out of balance. So glad you've started your radiotherapy - hope it all goes smoothly and without too many side effects, and most of all, that it will completely deal with the problem and you can move on into full recovery! You've been through more than enough and have had a very rough few years. I've got another CT scan on Friday to check on the progress of my semi-hernia. I wish they'd just deal with it once and for all.

Thank you for your lovely comment - the kittens are rather adorable, aren't they! They are such fun.

Have a good week, and loads of love from us both,
Shoshi #33

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