Tuesday, May 24, 2011

woyww - wet and wild



It's a windy wet woyww, perfect for a little crafting.  But, not a lot to show as I have just started an online art journal workshop with Christy Tomlinson.  So what you see on my desk is the journal prompt list and my pen.  That is as far as I got because I start watching the video and then I get distracted by the cat!!   This happens quite a bit and probably reflects my scatty nature a bit similar to the cat.   But, I have included the finished box from a previous post.  I used tissue tape to cover the box, then coloured with alcohol inks added the chip board circle thing and metal corner bits.
The second pic is the book that my DD covered.  She rarely takes an interest in craft so when she says "can you help me?".  I drop everything to offer glue/paper/bling whatever she needs really!

Enjoy your woyww.

20 comments:

  1. The crafty talent has obviously been passed down :-)
    A x

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  2. desk looking good and love the pink and black by DD!
    Thanks for sharing, have a great week.
    Sarah at 18 (Sasa)

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  3. Not wet & wild for me - the weather is gorgeous here! Great box on your desk this week - nice work.... Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Isn't it great when the younger ones take an interest in crafting? My daughter and her family has gone to Canada for a holiday and told us before she went that we were due for a heatwave this week. I think she took it with her as it has been cold and wet and windy here. As you say, a good time for some crafting. Thank you for sharing you projects with us.

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  5. Sounds perfect crafting weather.
    Your DD obviously takes after her Mum, her creation is lovely.
    Happy WOYWW.
    Hugs Lisa #97

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  6. Nice post and great your DD is having a go and doing well... like her Mum!
    JoZarty x

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  7. Oh that's me and my Dd too - although I end up dropping everything about 12 hours before she needs it to be finished...because she leaves it and leaves it...argh! I don't have a cat, but I could easily blame one for the distractions caused by this 'ere interweb!!

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  8. I love to see a busy desk - thanks for sharing

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  9. I think the weather has been kind to you today! Well, if it is wet and wild what else is there to do except craft? ;-)
    Tfs today, Hugs xx

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  10. Hehe, wet and wild....
    I like stormy days too :)

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  11. WOW busy desk! I do a lot of crafting with my daughter! Loads of fun! Heard about the Christy Tomlinson courses. I need to look into that! Thanks for sharing. Vickie #46

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  12. You are so lucky to have a young one interested in crafts, my three, all grown up have no such inclination although I do have hopes with my grandaughters. The box covering looks really interesting.
    Kathleen x

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  13. Oooh, I love art journalling so i look forward to what you will be doing (as long as you can tear yourself away form the cat in the video, lol!)
    Your box looks lovely and your daughter's covered book has turned out great!
    xoxo
    Karen (#123)

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  14. Hi there Sandra thanks for popping over love the box DD made! happy WOYWW, Shaz in Oz.x

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  15. Hi Sandra, you know, I'm exactly the same with my DD - if she wants help I'll be there with all the crafty stuff needed for the job. The box turned out great and the book cover is lovely. Hope you get into your journalling after the cat has stopped distracting you. Have a great week. Elizabeth x #53

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  16. Interesting box, looks great. And lovely to have DD interested. I drop everything for DGD at times when the family comes to visit.
    Ros. (87)

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  17. Love the box you have made - just thinking of all the things I could store in it lol - hope you had fun creating with your daughter

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  18. Blogger wouldn't let me play on WOYWW so I am catching up now! My daughter M has been crafting this weekend too - its great when they decide to join in the fun!

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  19. Yep, my daughter (and son in law) treat my crafty space as a shop...a till-less shop! Thank you for my snoop!! Not quite so late! Happy Late Woyww
    ((Lyn #35))

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