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Wednesday 18 January 2023

WOYWW #711

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How can it be Wednesday again?

 Anyway 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 #711

Anyway here's my worktable:


Sophie and I have come away for a few days - so these are a few things I brought in case I needed to do a bit of crafting. On the table in the motel room!
You might be able to see a couple of stamped images of Frida Kahlo. I won the stamp from Lost Coast Portal.
I have left Wanderlust Week #2 drying on my desk at home. Week 1 ended up like this:



 I used my hand made letter stamps to add the sentiment.



On Monday Sophie and I went to the first day of the Australian Open. We have then been following what's going on as we travel along. Today we ended up at the 12 Apostles...it was pretty blustery!




Happy WOYWW!

13 comments:

  1. Just love your homemade stamps and those journal pages. Enjoy your time away, sounds fun. It's all winter here. Enjoy a great weekend. Happy WOYWW

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  2. Lucky you to have time away and I had to smile as I always end up taking some crafting stuff with me too but hope you have such a good time that you don't need it. Sending hugs and best wishes for a happy woyww, Angela x11x

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  3. How exciting to see the tennis, did you catch any British players? The journal is looking great, great colours, you’ll have fun with that when you get back.
    Hugs LLJ 7 xx

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  4. Goood morning Susan 🤗 oh my swooning over your handmade stamps 😍fab pages ... see the face popping through on the right ... looove! Enjoy your time away 🤸‍♀️💕❤ Sending love and hugs Tracy #14 xxx

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  5. Blustery indeed! You looks windswept for sure. The page looks fab, and the handmade stamps are winners for sure, so useful. I will look forward to seeing more from Wanderlust. HAPPY WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (4)

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  6. You do look very windswept! I love your handmade stamps. Did you use foam for the letters? They look great. Happy WOYWW. Angela #12

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  7. Ooh lucky you, getting to the Australian Open! It isn’t on terrestrial TV or Amazon prime this year so I’m just seeing news reports.
    Your journal is looking lovely. I love Frida Kahlo too.
    Take care and happy WOYWW
    Hugs
    Lynnecrafts 15

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  8. Looks like you're having a great time, although blustery!
    What superb printing your stamps leave . . .
    have a good week, hope the wind drops soon
    Christine #18

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  9. Good to have a different desk ! Enjoy the tennis. Helen #1

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  10. You are a very enthusiastic crafter as you even take your crafting when traveling! I hope you enjoy your trip very much, I loved the 12 apostles!

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  11. Well done for being organised enough to take your crafting with you!! I have been to te 12 Apostles!! I think it must have been as part of a little road trip we did from Melbourne to Adelaide - over 30 years ago!! Great stamps and journal pages. Happy WOYWW. love n hugs Cindyxx #13

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  12. Ooh enjoy the tennis Susan. What great hand made letter stamps. Have a great field trip.

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  13. The National park looks gorgeous, I understand there’s a fab lookout point, but of course you mostly see sun drenched pics, the blustery ones are very reassuring. What a great trip you must be having. Sort of hoping that you’re too full of sights and fresh air to want to do too much crafting. I love the FKahlo stamps, it’s fab. So is your homemade alphabet, looks early good on that journal page. Enjoy the rest of your trip!

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