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Wednesday, 10 April 2013

WOYWW

Hello my blogging friends around the world. Today I have a short post as I am not feeling up to par, but I wanted to share my work desk, and try to get around to see a few of yours too! I just love to see what you all are up to, and I love knowing that you are visiting me too.
If you are new to WOYWW, please hop over to see Julie and you will discover everything you ever wanted to know about this crazy phenomenon "What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday". You will also find a lot of other desks to visit, and you might even join yourself!!!! (if you haven't already!)
On my workspace you can see the beginning of my scrapendipity card that I will hopefully be getting to tomorrow, and hopefully will be making my first tutorial for. I am making the card for my youngest son for his birthday, and it is a process that is a lot of fun to do and turns out quite stunning, so I hope you might come back to see the finished product!

I have also laid out some of my newest paper stash that I purchased at Michaels on the weekend...if you live in Canada or the USA you might think of hopping over to Michaels before their best sale of the season ends on Thursday...I don't show you all my new stash,but my they do have a whopper of a good sale on this week!
Thank you so much for stopping by, I would love it if you would join my blog while you are here, and I appreciate every comment that is left for me, your kind words bring a smile to my heart!



29 comments:

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    1. Oops so sorry to Deb for deleting her lovely comment! Hugs Deb, Cathryn

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  2. Lots of goodies there! jenx 129

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  3. Thanks for sharing your bargains. Can't wait to see the first tutorial. :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog and your words of encouragement. April #121

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  4. Hi! Your card looks very nice, can't wait to see the result! Thank you for visiting my workspace. :)
    Happy WOYWW!
    - Zildara #113

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  5. Look forward to seeing this card finished and thanks for the heads up on the sale but I am a zillion miles away - why don't they have one in January when I am over?
    Thanks for visiting me earlier - Hugs, Neet number 16 xx

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  6. Great you got some good bargains from the Micheals sale paper looks nice sadly we do not have Micheals in UK wish we did !!!!
    Jackie 3

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  7. Lovely paper and you have one of my favorite glues too! Welcome to the Cricut world : D. CCR is awesome for things like welding and hiding lines and setting things askew. I learned sooooooooo much from Everyday Cricut (http://www.cricutholiday.com/) which is now longer being updated, but still a wonderful resource, Courtney Lane Designs(http://www.courtney-lane.blogspot.com/) and Obsessed with Scrapbooking (http://www.obsessedwithscrapbooking.com/). There are lots and lots of other blogs as well. Also the Cricut Forums as cricut.com (I haven't had time to visit there in ages though). Thanks for visiting my blog. #152

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  8. what a fun technique, I havent seen that one in a while! love all of the crafty goodness here! Happy WOYWW! Lindsay #93

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  9. I love the colors and prints of your new papers, and would love to see what you will be making with them. Hope you're feeling better today. Blessings!

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  10. Looks like there will be some great colors in your new paper stash! Thanks for reminding me about the Michael's sale! Hope you are feeling better!
    Thanks for visiting my blog earlier and joining the Google+ group! Joined yours too!
    Rhonda #149

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  11. Fun desk. Hope you are feeling better soon. Thank you for visiting me. SueC#98

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  12. Isn't it fun making cards for kids, especially when you know their preferences? Hope you feel better soon.
    HeatherM #105

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  13. Loving the scrapendipity technique, gorgeous colours, looking forward to seeing the finished result. I do find it a relaxing technique. You've got some lovely papers there. Thank u for your kind comments and for following me. Hopefully I've clicked the right button and am successfully following your blog! Hope u r feeling better.

    Angela #117

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  14. That looks like an interesting technique Cathryn, I haven't heard of it before. Hope you feel better soon, I'm stuffed up with cold right now too, need to get rid of it before he weekend!

    Hugs
    Brenda 96

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  15. Lots of gorgeous colours on your desk!! Enjoy your new purchases! thanks for stopping by at mine yesterday ... I'm just now catching up on returning my visits! Sarah x

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  16. I love all the colors and designs of those cards! I really like the one that looks mosaic!
    I hope you feel better!
    xxDaniella#90

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  17. It's always fun to see what's new in someone else's stash, lots of goodies here today!

    Thank you for stopping by this woyww!

    :)trisha
    #142 this week

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  18. I hope you are feeling better soon and you have some very interesting papers thereto play with. Have fun! I am too far away to partake in the sale:)

    xx

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  19. Hi there, sorry to read you were not feeling so good yesterday - hope you've been better today. Your desk looks busy and those papers are lovely. Look forward to seeing your card completed. Have a great week, Elizabeth x #40

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  20. Sorry to hear you are unwell Cathryn...I hope you are on the mend now. I so wish I had a desk to work on. I am spread all over the living room. My son curses me because I am also spread over the dining room table...he likes to eat at it! Hey ho a girls got to craft.

    Catch you again soon Best wishes Lea x

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  21. Hope you are feeling better.
    Love your color choices.
    I just posted the pressed flower tutorial if you are interested.http://rainbowweaves.blogspot.com/2013/04/pressing-flowers-in-grand-calibur.html
    Blessings,
    Robyn 133

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  22. Hope you're feeling better for your card tutorial preparation. Lovely papers on the desk and I do know the technique; the results can be superb.
    Thanks for visiting me this week.
    Ros. #99

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  23. They are very attractive card colours on your desk. I especially like the purple patterned one on top.
    Thanks for stopping by, have a good week, and hope that your are soon feeling better,
    RosA # 84

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  24. G'day Cathryn
    hope you are feeling better. I love your serendipity tutorial. It's something I used to do about ten yrs ago or more.I wish we had a Michael's here in Oz *sigh*. Thanks for popping by my blog and glad you liked my jewellery. Yes working shift work plus trying to get time to be creative is a challenge but getting arty helps me to get over the stress of work.
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #110

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  25. Thanks for stopping by this week Cathryn. I’m sorry it’s taken my so long to make a return visit but just not felt much like spending time on the computer up till now. But I’m on the mend now and ‘ready to party’.

    Sounds like you had a nice little spend up in Michael’s then! It’s always nice to have new stash to play with.
    Happy Crafting!
    Sue
    x

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  26. Very interesting card for your son (happy birthday to him!) and good luck with the tutorial, Cathy! And thanks for the tip about Michael's. The ad showed up in my inbox, but they are always having a sale, so I ignored it. I didn't know it was THE sale!!

    Thanks for the visit to me! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Darnell #47

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  27. Hi Cathryn
    Haven't heard of this technique. I watch with interest. Thank you for your encouraging words on my blog. I am going to go visiting WOYWW (are those letters the right way lol) this week. My work desk is not a desk..you wait and see....
    Best wishes lea

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