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Wednesday 2 February 2022

WOYWW 661

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Wednesday again, so I am linking to the Stamping Ground

Follow the link to find out more about What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday and maybe join in... This is my post for WOYWW #661

So what's on my workdesk? 


This is what my desk often looks like - covered in all sorts of stuff! In the middle you can see a junk journal made from upcycled cardboard.
In the foreground there are hearts on my Cricut - I am making a heart hanging - and some wooden stamps that I picked up from a charity shop today.
Underneath the computer screen there is a roll of double sided adhesive tape that I use with small dies and a print out of images.

We arrived back from my youngest son's on Monday...we were looking after the granddaughter's while Matt went away for work. The girls are really growing up - this is Isabell


and Jasmine making me an espresso martini!


So not a lot of time to craft - but yesterday I made this journal page


And I now have a month of temperature blanket:


To finish a picture from the beach we visited today:


Hope you are all well - stay safe... 

Happy WOYWW !!


12 comments:

  1. Wow. Loving the progress on your temperature blanket! Great colour choices. And you take me back to the days of making dry martini's for my Grandpa. Love the journal page too - I so feel the tug of my art journal but something is stopping me making a start. I really must, even if the page sucks. Life has just been far too chaotic. Maybe today will be the day...

    Back on track :D
    Mary Anne (8)

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  2. Morning Susan. Goodness - that temperature blanket is certainly full of hot colours! Brilliant progress. Sounds like you have had a great week - hardly any time to do craft - but time spent with grandies is so precious!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #7

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  3. Wow they're growing up ! Great progress on the blanket. Helen #5

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  4. I do like the colours of your temperature blanket, it's coming along really well! Sorry for being thick but are you doing one row per day? You'll end up with a decent sized blanket if you are. And a GD who makes you an espresso martini is worth her weight in gold, well, all of them are really!
    Hugs LLJ 3 xxx

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  5. Fun desk and great photos, your hearts have me curious. I love to make Valentines Postal increases have me in turmoil with thickness and now even size. I don't know what temperature blankets are, but your colors are pretty. Have a great week

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  6. The temperature blanket is looking gorgeous, I just love those colours together The journal page is fabulous and I love that you have a granddaughter making you espresso Martini's - what a lucky Grandma you are!
    Have a lovely week,
    Diana xx #16

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  7. Your temperature blanket is looking great. Expresso martini? That’s a new one - hope it was nice. Angela #9

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  8. Great progress with the temperature blanket Susan. Glad you have had fun with your granddaughters. I am sure you will get round to more crafting now you are back. Stay safe and Happy WOYWW. Sarah #4

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  9. Love your screensaver photo. Lovely! Oh, I want to be on that beach! It is blizzarding here! Eke! Happy WOYWW!

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  10. Loving the journal page. How nice to be able to spend time with your Grandaughters it's such a special time. Looks like a desk in waiting, I'm sure you'll be back to it soon. Wishing you a very happy woyww, Angela x15x

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  11. Lovely way to spend some time.... Beautiful granddaughters.
    Have a good week
    Christine #18

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  12. Love the zig zags, they looking splended! And I can't wait till my granddaughter can mix me up a drink!Happy WOYWW!? Stay Safe and keep On Crafting! ((Lyn)) #23...last!

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