Wednesday, November 20, 2013

WOYWW 233

Okay, who stole an entire week from me?! Last week I thought we were on 231 now it's 233?! As you can see I'm a bit discombobulated, while I get myself together why not have a snoop around my work desk. After all that's why you're here, right. :)


Alright, here we go....there's three projects fighting for attention on my desk. On the far left are some mini canvases, texture paste and gear stamps waiting to be started. In the middle we have patterns and a house template. The beginnings of a Christmas village (a small village). Then on the right I'm playing with bead weaving. sssshhh it's a gift. ;)

Enjoy your look around.

I will try to visit as many of you as I can...I will be off visiting my sick friend.

Hugs to all!

Celebrate . . .


p.s. linking up with Julia's blog, the Stamping Ground


-Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

38 comments:

  1. Creativity in progress and you have a plan good for you, don't forget to share when finished, it sounds so interesting.

    Happy WOYWW & Happy Creating
    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 1

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  2. Hope your friend is feeling better soon Nan :-). Your desk looks great covered in your next projects! Oh what fun it is to create!! It seems that a few of us have been away for a few weeks. Happy WOYWW.
    Janene #10

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  3. Looks like you have an interesting and fun filled week ahead of you.
    Hope your friend is feeling better soon
    happy WOYWW
    Bishopsmate #26

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  4. We could build a world together as you and I are busy with Christmas villages...I too lost last week...it must be the time of year!

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  5. Sorry to hear your friend is sick. A Christmas village sounds like a fabulous idea! Hope we'll get a peek!What a lot of fun on your desk this week. Julie Ann xx #29

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  6. Lots to keep you occupied there... hope you get them all done. Helen 3

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  7. Lots going on here!
    A Christmas village, now that sounds like a lot of work... Hope we get to see it
    Jackie33

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  8. First of all, thinking of you and your sick friend.
    Second - a Christmas village sounds like you will be busy - even if it is small - and beading ...
    Nan you amaze me with all that you have going at the moment.
    Thinking of you
    Hugs and thanks for visiting me earlier - Neet 8 xx

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  9. Good morning.
    Another person making a Christmas village, there must be something in the air.
    Hope you have a good week too.
    Neil#30

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  10. I had to go back and check my numbering skills! It is 233! Sorry about your time warp - been there myself this week! Bead weaving..no end to your talents and hey - nothing like picking a quick and easy make as a gift!!

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  11. All the projects sound great. Good thing we have back up crafts while we wait for glue to dry. Peg # 46

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  12. Love your space this week. Nice and neat and ready for action. I'm afraid as I look around this morning...there is nothing but one huge mess for me. I'm going to have to straighten a bit before I can play today.
    Glenda #52

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  13. I can't wait to see your village finished, what a great idea they are. You certainly are busy with all those projects on the go.
    Have a great week,
    Von #24

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  14. 3 projects at once, that sounds like our house. We hope you get them all finished without too much trouble. Hope your pawly friend recovers soon.

    Bears#57

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  15. Time does seem to be flying these days. The Christmas village sounds like a fun project. Happy WOYWW and blessings! #62

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  16. Sounds like you've quite a few projects on the go there...that sounds like me! I never seem to be satisfied with just doing one thing at a time!! Story of my life, lol!
    Hugs, LLJ 41 xx

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  17. weeks fly by ...you must be having fun. 3 projects..wow...you work it.
    Be well Carole #67

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  18. Love your desk! Can't wait to play! Also loving your font!!
    Been a very long 7 months without my Little Sister 🐸.
    Almost there....see you tonight!!

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  19. Your little village sounds interesting. You have a very interesting blog, I've been snooping around looking at more than your desk. I love the flat Susan thing, and your boardwalk looks like fun!
    Kathi #72

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  20. Wow! Nan, you have a lot going on..looking forward to seeing the Christmas village. Hope your friend feels better soon. Cx #25

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  21. I can't do 3 at once, I have enough trouble doing 1 at once lol! Best of luck on all of your projects!
    Angie #74

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  22. Hi Nan, hope your friend is doing better.
    I always find your desk so interesting. Can't wait to see your village.
    Krisha #4

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  23. Oh, you do have the ability to multi-task, Nan! I could NEVER have three different projects going on on my desk at the same time!! I'm sorry you have a sick friend. Blessings to you for visiting her. Hugs, Darnell

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  24. Looks like lots of busy creativity happening on your desk this week. Looking forward to seeing the village. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#48)

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  25. Three things at once - I'm impressed!!
    Thanks for emailing and visiting.
    Margaret #20

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  26. Enjoy your visit with your friend, and hope your friend feels better soon. Have the best week Nan!

    Hugs, Robin #76

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  27. What are you using for templates for the Christmas village? Looking forward to seeing it done. :-)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the nice comments.

    Happy Woyww,

    Sandy #9

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  28. The (small) village looks like it will be neat. Hopefully you'll share once it's done. Do you work on each project a little bit every day or are you ignoring two and favoring one?

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  29. Me again with the answers to your questions!
    The packet is Flavahans Irish Rolled Oats which I used to make the flapjacks....
    Yes, it is an open Salt Pig, that's what we call it in the Uk. It's made ofStoneware and keeps the salt incredibly dry....
    The big silver bowl is from my Kitchenaid mixer which I love with a passion...it makes wonderful cakes and bread.
    My iPad was there to check out a recipe....I usually throw stuff in and never weigh or measure but baking's different, I am more careful then!
    Hope I've satisfied your curiosity, lol!!
    LLJ xxxx

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  30. Well whoever took your week swiped a few days of mine, too--if you catch the rascal, let me know, Nan!

    ;)trisha
    #75 this week

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  31. You are making a village?! Wow! :)
    I have to say I like your word, discombobulated! Happy "Woyww!
    Sharon #88

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  32. Look forward to seeing your Christmas village. Have done the Advent one, and now might try some like yours.
    Happy WOYWW

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  33. How crazy is this - someone stole my whole week from me, too! Must have been the same thief. LOL I hope your sick friend is feeling much better soon. April #17

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  34. Hi there Nan!

    Hmmm, dreamcycle orange sounds very interesting! I had the stairwell wall painted "Carrot" at one time. When I was trying to sell my condo I toned it down to a shade of yellow! haaaaa

    Have fun making your village!

    Thank you for visiting me already. I'm slowly making it around.

    Happy belated WOYWW
    Peace, Kay (6)

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  35. Hi Nan,
    I thought everybody knew about crackers! They are a traditional part of the Christmas table here in the UK (And most commonwealth countries) Basically a tube tied at both ends as you can see in the photo, before closing the one end it gets filled with a little treat, party hat, joke etc and it has a snap that causes a bang when pulled apart. You can buy them ready made but this year I decided to make my own and add my own gifts.
    Neil

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  36. Nan, I feel right at home here....more than one project on your desk is my way to go!!! Can't wait to see your canvas and your village. Cool projects in the making for sure.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  37. Ooh, bead-weaving sounds interesting - but I'll be patient until after the gift-giving!
    Alison xx

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