2/28/12

woyww #8

What's on Your Worktable Wednesday, my edition #8, main edition #143!  Julia over at Stamping Ground is the master hostess and it's the perfect time to check in with other crafters/artists and see where they work and what's in their little creative brains.

For me, my downstairs desk is full of pieces of my Lettering Love journal (class info here) and my ALAW project.  It stays fairly tidy because it's just pens and paper.



Upstairs is a totally different story.  I paint, splash, and make messes .... the project on my desk is a do-over.  I had this canvas hanging on the wall but didn't really love it.  Then I read a couple of posts this week (Jane Davies and Julie Balzer) who both started over on projects...... so I did too.  I kept the bit I liked and will see if I can work it into something new....


I also bought a $1 roll of masking tape to try making my own decorative tape - maybe for my lettering journal?  Thanks for checking in with me.

21 comments:

  1. Lovely project in progress on the second desk. like where it is heading. dani43

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  2. Hello again Terrie.
    Having a great time with your Letter Love album. making your own tape sounds interesting.

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  3. Interesting things in your workspace. Hope the tape goes well. (Hazel, WOYWW #5) x

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  4. WOW!! two desks!! love the projects on your desks, Have a great week, Hugs May x x x

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  5. Great word journal and interested to see how you get on with the masking tape as there was an article on using it to make your own washi tape in the latest Somerset Studio.

    Ann B
    #70

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  6. Great colours going on, love your lettering journal and look forward to seeing your finished canvas. Happy Wednesday to you, enjoy this week's snoop of oh so creative places & take care. Zo xx 83

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  7. Have fun with the canvass and hope the creations come out great,can't wait to see it finished.Happy woywww judex10

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  8. Can't wait to see how your altered canvas turns out! Happy WOYWWing. Debbie #89

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  9. Well done on redoing (or redrafting in my world!) your canvas - I'm a writer, so I know how frustrating it is when something doesn't go right...but how satisfying it is when you redraft and redraft to get to a good place. Good luck with working on it, best wishes Deb Pen Pot (number 130 - I'm a newbie this week, so come and have a nose!)

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  10. The re-do canvas looks fab with the wash over it. Great idea! Trish #75

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  11. Now this looks like fun to me...

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  12. This is my cup of tea I'm anxious to see what you do. You might want to check out Donna Downey's blog she does some amazing stuff that really has helped me learn new stuff. thanks for sharing.

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  13. Yes, gesso can be a beautiful friend!

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  14. Watching your tables with interest

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  15. Looks really interesting, I will be following your progress for some more inspiration. Your desk looks like a fun place. Amy (#86)

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  16. Good for you redoing your canvas....it's not easy to do! Can't wait to see how your tape experiment turns out!

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  17. good luck with making your own washi tape,and enjoy redoing your canvas,x

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  18. Lovely projects on your desk and I look forward to seeing how your tape turns out, a fab idea :)

    Have a great WOYWW and a fab week, Luv Karen xx

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  19. lovely shot of a colourful and creative desk...Sarah at 1 having a late WOYWW peek on Friday!

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  20. Stopping by for a quick peek. Looks like a great creative space. I also want to try to make my own washi tape, was looking at some rolls in a store, and found them to be very pricey. Let us know how it works out.
    Barb #116

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  21. look at that canvas.... it looks awesome... can't wait to see what that becomes... those lovely circles in the top corner look amazing... xx

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