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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

WOYWW - 13 June 2012

Well it is Wednesday once again, and this week I have remembered!!!  Last week with the long weekend I really got my days in a muddle and did not realise that it was Wednesday until it was nearly over.

So onto the subject of WOYWW (Whats On Your Workdesk Wednesday) it is time to join Julia over at Stamping Ground to look at workdesks around the country (& the world)...

As for mine, in this little corner of Lincolnshire, my desk upstairs is very quiet.  In fact it has been deserted!  the only thing sat on it at the moment is a Stampin Up catalogue (where I have just discovered that we don't get the new 2012-13 catalogue in the UK until September :( I already have my list of new products I HAVE to have made.), and this layout that was started at the Crop last week and is now finished...


So if I'm not working at my desk where am I working? Well on my Lap of course, with the help of a 'lap table' the last 2 evenings have been spent sat in the living room cutting out templates to be used in a variety of stock items. 

On Friday a big box of 'stuff' arrived and it needs to be ready for the Annual Cockpitfest celebration held at Newark Air Museum this weekend.  We will be taking the birds and staying overnight in our caravan on site. 


The box under the lap table is where all the stock that is completed lives, I hope to be able to get the last finished this evening & I then need to create some new price tags for items I have not sold before (yet another use for my Sizzix tag dies & my cuttlebug :) - it really is great how you can use them for anything LOL).

17 comments:

  1. Love the button balloons on the LO
    Laura 78

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  2. Helen thanks for your kind words. We are getting back to "our" normal I really appreciate your message and taking the time to send it thanks again Peggy C

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  3. Hi Helen My son works for Barn Bacon in Newark - small world. Have fun at the fest - hope you get some decent weather and that you get all you need doing done! WOYWW Hugs from Helen 14

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  4. That is some lap tray gal..talk about impressive! Have a great weekend.

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  5. I'm impressed that you can work on your lap. I think I'm too fidgety to make a good desk.

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  6. Fabulous use of the buttons as balloons.. love it! great layout.. Hugs May x x x#20

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  7. I don't think I've read about birds on here before, what kind are we talking about? Great lap tray, do you really get that huge box on your knee!!!

    Hugs
    Brenda 107

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  8. Hi Helen,

    Those buttons are real fun! I sometimes work on my lap too - especially coloring!

    Thank you for visiting me already!!

    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs,
    Kay $124

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  9. My goodness, but my mind is just camped out in the gutter...lol...I had to check out the cockpitfest, just to make sure I wasn't missing anything! lol shaking head and waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  10. cute button balloons! what a great idea!

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  11. Beautiful layout and working on your lap is a great idea. I do it a lot when I'm doing little things in my journal.
    Hope your weekend goes well.
    Have a great week.
    Von #83

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  12. Those buttons are so cute - love the different shapes and colours yet they all match!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog, hope you have fun at the air show and have a great week

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  13. Lovely LO. hope the show is great.
    Happy WOYWW

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  14. Hi Helen - I love all the owly stuff - I have a little collection of things owly. Now then, Dumflings...... my sister Annie and I call our needlefelting machines dumfers because thats the noise they make when they are dumfing the wool rovings into the felt. So my little dumflings are just tiny little experimental pictures made with wool, yarn and felt. Someimtes I use my dumfing machine, sometimes my little hand dumfer. if you want to find out more follow either of these links.
    http://twiglet5.blogspot.co.uk/2010/05/bird-dumfing-how-do-you-do-woyww.html
    http://wipso-astitchintime.blogspot.co.uk/2010/04/dumfing.html

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  15. Love how you have used the buttons, very effective.

    Have a great crafting week
    Eliza #65
    www.queenartoypia.blogspot.com.au

    Please use this link when replying or the stamping Ground blog link.

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