Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Woyww 249

Morning everyone.
My worktop today shows a few bits I've been working on, trying to get them done before today as I hospital appointment and tests occupying all morning and some of the afternoon, so may not be up to doing any visiting until Thursday. Forgive me if I don't return your visit until after the weekend.

At the front is a card for my grandson who is 13 on Sunday, he adores anything to do with tigers, so tiger print paper and colours were the order of the day.
To the left of the card are die cuttings from the die that was on my desk last week, free from Simply cards and Papercraft. Very useful die.
Back right are two pieces done with the mask that was also on my desk last week, both done with embossing paste and assorted glitter scattered over it. And back left are some book pages for a craft club swap using book pages. Not sure where that is going yet.
And if you have just found this page by chance and are wondering why I am blathering on about my desk, just visit the desk lady herself to see numerous exciting crafty desks.

And just to finish off with, yesterday was a beautiful spring day in North Wales and Max was making the most of the sunshine, indoors.
Have a great WOYWW day


Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Chris...gorgeous feathers and I'm looking at the reddish die cut and think 'great stencil'. Your desk is in a lovely sunny spot and yes Max loves the sun too. Cheers and have a great week RobynO#24

Eliza said...

Hi Chris why is it the cats always sleep on top of clothes, well all except Yoda of course but he is not a normal puddy tat. Good job on the teanager card, they are so hard to make. Thanks for sharing and have a great crafting week.

Eliza & Yoda 21

Robyn said...

Terrific teenage card!
Can't say I'm sorry about the stamps! I just love using them and sharing them.
thanks for visiting and the snoop around your place.
robyn 11

Neet said...

Aaw, your Max reminds me of my neighbours Max (who sadly is no longer with us) - he looks adorable. Hope the hospital visit went well (as well as they do) and you were not left hanging around in corridors too much. Hope also that the diagnosis is what you want to hear.
Lovely cards and diecuts on your desk.
Take care
Hugs, Neet 36 xx (got you in the draw)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That teenager card made me laugh! Hope your grandson likes it :-). The feather stamp is pretty, bet you use that loads...
And cats are heat ginger gets toasted in front of the wood burner but dies he move? Course not!
Hugs, LLJ 41 xx

BJ said...

Great teen card in the making there. All the birds are diecuts, some from craft club some from home. Thanks for the visit BJ #39

Caro said...

I love the teenager alert card, and those feathers are stunning, but it was the cat that stole my heart! Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#91)

Julia Dunnit said...

You have no idea how happy I was to see your grandson's card...the typeface of your blog made me think I read his age as 43!!! oh my word!! don't worry about returning visits, this is meant to be fun and if you're stressing about it after a hospital visit, it is not fun.

My name is Cindy said...

Love the teenager card and those feathers are delish! Been nice and sunny here in London as well. Hope the hospital wasn't too traumatic. Happy WOYWW, Cindy #58

okienurse said...

Awesome post. Love the teen alert card...don't we all need one!! Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Vickie aka okienurse #72

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Sorry I'm late visiting. It's been a busy life-gets-in-the-way type of week. Sounds like it was for you, too. I really need that stencil and I loved the teen card. How funny and fun, too.

You asked if Mr. Google hijacked your blog. NO. You are not on G+, but on Blogger. Since I'm also on blogger, I don't have to worry about NOT leaving comments. G+ blogs sometimes ask for your profile, including your age and such, then force you to join G+ before you can leave a comment. Hope that set your mind at ease. Happy very belated WOYWW from #7.