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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

WOYWW #414

Another Wednesday, time to peek at each others desks and projects! If you want to know what WOYWW is, just go to http://www.stamping-ground.blogspot.ca/p/what-is-woyww.html  and all will be revealed!

Greetings! Once again, a sunny day after a full week of rain, rain, and more rain. lots of flooding in Ontario and Quebec, especially Ottawa and Montreal, but we've had our road closures as well. Luckily, our sump pump is working fine, although it always seems to be on! But now we have buds and flowers! Yay!



 So that's the garden, thanks to all the rain everything is green!

Here is my desk this morning:



New stamps on sale at Michael's - couldn't resist!

All my stamp-filled binders so far! Still quite a few to go. . .

A look at my whole table. . . you can see the black paper in the middle left - that is where I work!

And here is what I've been doing this week:

My journal page is finally finished

My last 7 cards from my 100 Days Project


Someone asked what I was going to do with these, at the time I had no idea, but now I do:




 These are 5x7 canvases, with the sides painted black. I will try to sell them! I was thing $25CAD - what do you think?  About 14.00 in English pounds.

So that me this fine day, and here is Inky
 off on her walkabout!

Have a great day, thanks for visiting!
 

19 comments:

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

It's funny. I've just got a battery powered sharpener as well! Loving all your projects - awesome index cards. Oreo likes being in the garden as well. It would be fun to put a camera on them to see where they go! Happy Wednesday! zsuzsa #26

Stacy Sheldon said...

you know, hubs had a chicken that was an escape artist, it kept getting through the fence somehow and going from the back pasture to the front yard... he eventually set up some hunting trail timer camera's that are motion activated to shoot shots, it took him a long time to finally catch that bird in the act and he ended up being very surprised on how it was doing it.

~Stacy #36

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Linda, love the shot of Inky. Cats do like to explore, don't they? Good you haven't been too affected by the flooding, saw it on the news. Have a good week, Hugs, Shaz #8 XxXx

Anne said...

Always good to see buds etc appearing. I could have done with the face stamps a while back. There was a challenge/swap titled Faces- I could think of nothing to use/do- they would have fit the bill. Hope the rain is gone for a while. We could do some really. Anne x #17

Bubbles said...

Are battery powered sharpeners the must-have desk accessory ? lol I think I may have to invest :)

I cannot grow hostas in my garden at all - the slugs and snails enjoy them far too much!
Have a Wonderful, Crafty Wednesday :)
Bubbles (PatchworkApples) #13
http://patchworkapples.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/woyww-414.html

Plush Possum Studio said...

That sump pump would deserve praise and a medal if it were a person. I like the size of your work table. Lots of space for creative musings and painterly mucking about with art.
(Only Inky knows)
Rose of Rose's Art Garden

Robyn said...

I think I always say this, and lots going on here. Love the garden tour.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi Linda, love your desky share and those green buds etc are enough to cheer any spring loving heart. 😁Inky is very aloof like a lot of cats,wonder if she likes sharing her walk with us??
Thanks for sharing your inspiration and happy WOYWW!
Shaz in Oz.x
20
{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Sarah Brennan said...

You look as if you have been busy. Well done for keeping up with the background challenge. Those face stamps look fab. Sarah #25

Andrea said...

Wow, Linda what an amazing, busy and creative desk. Your journal page and cards are stunning I love your style and such vibrant colours, my fav is the art and Eifel tower one, great texture and layering. and all so different very inspirational ..they look geat in the canvas frame ...a fabulous idea.have a great weekend ahead sorry for late visit problems with PC/internet working for now( sort of ) ...andrea#4

Twiglet said...

Such lovely things to show us this week - a beautiful journal page too. x Jo

Helen said...

I saw some pictures of the flooding, so glad you are ok. loving the cards and your journal page. Thanks for the visit. Helen #2

Lunch Lady Jan said...

How funny, yours is the second desk with a battery pencil sharpener featured today! I used to have one but gave it to my teacher I used to work with, her need was greater than mine 😃 I love hostas too, mine are in pots as I can control the slugs better that way..
Hugs, LLJ 9 xxx

Neet said...

Love to see Inky on her travels. Wonder where Inky really does go?
Lovely idea with the cards - good luck with selling them.
So glad you had rain and it made the grass and flowers grow - do you not get slugs with your Hostas?
Hugs, Net 1 xx

Angela Radford said...

Hi Linda. The weather is just strange, looks like we might have a drought here. It was supposed to rain today and all we got was a short shower. Gorgeous projects you've completed but no idea where you're kitty's off too not sure she knows either Lol! Have a great crafty weekend and a happy belated woyww, Angela x16x

Sue said...

Hi Linda, I did smile at your little patch where you work.

You are going to have a lot of folders with stamps in. Have fun with the new stamps.

Glad you have it nice and green and I hope you don't have problems from the floods.

Journal page is fab. Loving the colours. The index cards are lovely.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #18





BJ said...

Oh loving your journal page and your latest 7 cards too. Sounds like the UK "varifocal" glasses are the same as what you describe as "progressives". The ones with lines are called bifocals here. Thanks for your visit. BJ#21

Shoshi said...

Love your busy industrious desk, Lindart! Some great work going on there too. Always nice to see Inky up to her tricks. Who knows where kitties go when we aren't looking lol! Our 2 are too old to do too much these days but eat (little and often!) and sleep, and sleep, and sit with us, and sleep... Thank you for your lovely comment - things are gradually falling into place - the pants came yesterday and are OK at last! Scan on Sun. and then we'll see. I've got a very busy week ahead!

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #19

Marit said...

I'm glad too that Spring arrived although we are a bit further (the daffodils are already out of bloom...) Enjoy all the green and I hope there will be no floods soon... Hope you had a nice weekend and thanks for visiting my blog last week. I'm again late to visit you back but I made it before the next Wednesday *lol* Hug from Holland, Marit #23