Tuesday, October 8, 2013

WOYWW 227

Happy WOYWW!

Not much happening on the desk tonight. I just finished picking up from making my Delft charms, click HERE.

There's stencils that need to be cleaned and piece of textured card stock that I used to mop up and a board with leftover paint smeared on it The tag in the middle is a leftover from the charms. Off to the left are my magnifiers that clip onto my glasses and towards the back are some new distress paints! Can't wait to try out some of the CC102 techniques with them!



That's it for me this week. I'll pop round and have snoop later today. For the links and more info please visit Julia's blog.

Celebrate!


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45 comments:

  1. I just love finding new stencils too. Like the effect you have achieved here.
    Judy #13

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  2. Looks like you are about to get really inky. Happy crafting #4

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  3. Ah you are the second person today that has mentioned the cc 102 it sounds really interesting. Great desk ready for action.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza & Yoda 3

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  4. It looks like you've been busy at your craft desk - unlike me! lol
    April #16

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  5. ooh Nan wonderful crafty fun indeedy yes! and pain we have to clean up isnt it Happy WOYWW :D Shaz in oz.x #12
    PS agree with you on NBN getting done asap...:D

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  6. Your charms look great and I can't wait to see what your mop up pieces get used for too! Have a great week! Danie #16

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  7. You sound like me, I like to have a clean up after a project, it sort of clears the desk and mind! Annette #7

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  8. Yes, someone else mentioned CC102: sorry to be so ignorant, but what is it exactly? Your desk looks really colourful and fun. I love that little line of paints like bright toy soldiers ready for action! Julie Ann xx #38

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  9. Oh, thanks Nan! Just saw your answer to my question! TH - CC - of course!!! I should have recognized that! Have fun with it! Julie Ann xx #38

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  10. Enjoy Tim's course, I haven't any distress paints so not signed up yet. Enjoy - your mop ups look great! Helen 20

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  11. Love the look of your blog. And your desk looks so mid- project! very exciting. Thanks for letting me snoop.
    Karen Busby no.57

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  12. Stencils to be cleaned........ Same here not my favourite pass time!
    Jackie 40

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  13. I detest cleaning stencils. Am always afraid I will tear them but there are some beauties out there - too tempting not to buy. (Just bought a new one tee hee). Now the magnifying thingies to clip on your glasses do they woe well, are they comfortable enough to wear when crafting? Sorry about the questions.
    Enjoy CC102 - I still have to go on CC101 - doh!
    Hugs, Neet xx 35
    ps FS is now in America, you should be getting her soon

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  14. I don't know either :)
    It must be fun, your desk looks great!
    Happy WOYWW and have a fun week :)
    no. 22

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  15. Oh that stencil has been in several online shopping carts allready! (but it got left behind though, can't get it all!)
    I've got lots of scraps of wiped up ink/paint as well, waiting to be used. Usually when using them I end up with more scraps. The cardstock on the left looks so inviting to be used!
    Debbie (Daqa) #53

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  16. Just re-discovered stencils. I have only used them for dry embossing so this is all new to me. Love your stencil, sooo big! will have to look out for these....
    Enjoy the day
    Bishopsmate #72

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  17. We love stencils, we have to remember to clean them right away tho as we're always scrapping texture paste through them.

    The bears no.83

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  18. Love the gorgeous tags you have created with your charms and stencils! Can't wait to see more crafted beauties with your new inks!

    Happy hopping this Wednesday!

    Lynn #28

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  19. The background on your tag looks great! I believe I need some of those magnifiers for my glasses too. Happy WOYWW! #84

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  20. Looks great! I'm excited about what you'll share with us from CC102. Happy WOYWW Suzanne
    #86

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  21. Hi Nan
    I am loving your desk today because you have some lovely distress paints on show along with masks, oh the fun I could have with them
    Happy WOYWW and wishing you a great week
    Ria #50

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  22. Love your tags. Well I am going to have to go shopping for stencils today. I don't have one! To even attempt day two of 102's class

    Love your tags

    Hugs. Robin#34

    Thank you for your visit

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  23. Even your mop up piece of paper looks interesting, that's definitely a keeper. Love the little charms you posted already, at least you were still busy creating on WCMD. Eliza also thought there had been a paper named after her, until she clicked on the link and got her own blog, lol!

    Hugs
    Brenda 1

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  24. You look like you are busy ! Have a great day, Shirleyx

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  25. Fabulous inking and misting, love those masks you have there! The magnifiers sound like something I need, will have to look into that!
    Debxx

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  26. Everyone seems to be doing 102! Your desk has lots going on, love that stencil. Have a good week, Hugs, Shaz #31 xx

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  27. It is so fun to know you are taking CC102 also!! I've not watched today's lessons yet, and I've only made 1 tag so far!! EEK!! I am soooooooooooooooooooooooo behind. Good thing we have lifetime access, right?
    Look for me at the class!!
    xxDaniella#10

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  28. Lovely charms and fab looking stencils, cleaning is a pain though - we need some self cleaning ones. Have a good week ..Gill x

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  29. Enjoy the course! I only have one distress paint so am not doing it. Why is it that stencils always seem to need cleaning LOL! Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x #80

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  30. Those charms are really pretty. Love your stencils, too. :-)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the kind comments.

    Happy Woyww,

    Sandy #23

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  31. Love that stenciled tag! Makes me want to get out my stencils and have some tag-making fun with them. Thanks for the visit and happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #5

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  32. Nan, all looks very interesting my lovely, been ages since I finished, had a poorly body and laptop...great to catch up, hope you have been well, hugs. Avril#78

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  33. Now you know that I would just love LOVE the powder blue piece on the left!!!1 Put that on my big Sister list please? LOL Can't wait to get there and start playing!

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  34. Such pretty charms and stencils you are using on your tags! I am taking the TM course too, and having a very inky time. Not enough time at home to catch up, so I will be doing alot of the tags on the weekend it looks like! Winnie#76

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  35. Hi Nan!

    What could be better? It's Wednesday, I'm off from work and I am visiting wonderful friends in blogland!

    The tag looks amazing so far - love the colors that you are working with. But what really caught my eye is the magnifying glass! I think I need one even for my computer screen!

    Thank you for visiting me already!

    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs, Kay (19)

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  36. Love your little charms, they are beautiful.
    Famfa 2

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  37. That is my new favorite thing, using stencils and making tags! Love all your inks; I only have one so far. :) Thanks for the peek.
    Sharon #110

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  38. There's plenty of room on your desk as it's very tidy! Those little pots in the background are standing like little soldiers! happy WOYWW!
    ((Lyn)) #36

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  39. Hi Nan, thanks for swinging by earlier, sorry for the late visit. Love the stencil on your desk..I am looking forward to getting back to stencilling - I just started learning before our influx of visitors. I am on the DT for Moving Along With The Times..it's my first DT, so I am most excited. Cx #30

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  40. Hello Nan! Thank you so much for the visit. I love your charms. They look just like mini versions of your inspiration.

    I love masks. I have to start using them again. They are really so pretty.

    Thanks again for the visit and do stop by to see how I am doing on my new blog series! I need encouragement.

    Have a blessed day!
    Belinda (8)

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  41. Love using stencils, yours look great. Hope C102 goes well! Hugs. Pam#37

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  42. Oh so pretty, running late have been helping hubby with moving equipment during harvest weather has been so nice and don't want to get caught out there when it changes

    Like your background papers, and I peeped about a bit and LOVE your charms. Hoping when winter sets in I've more time for NEW things. Have a lovely weekend. *81

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  43. Hi Nan

    Thanks for visiting me, earlier today. I have enjoyed visiting you and seeing all your fun designs, stencils and crafts.
    Wrenx

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  44. I have never used stencils before but maybe I should? ;D
    It looks like you're going to be busy?
    Have fun and I'll look forward to seeing what you produce at a later stage.
    I hope you enjoyed the weekend and are ready for an action packed fun week ahead! :D
    xoxo

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  45. I love the page with the splodges on, really looks great. I had a look at your delft charms and they are really beautiful.
    Sorry I'm so late, I haven't been home.
    Have a great week,
    Von #55

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