Wednesday, September 18, 2013

woyww - book covers

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A birds eye view of my desk with a canvas book cover that is drying after being sprayed with glimmermists.
The cover of another journal type book. The original cover was made by RosA from a Jatz biscuit box .... she is very clever.  I attached an image and  added a ring binder with rivets and then lots of different papers.  I knew I was keeping the ring binder part for something!
Finally the finished canvas that was on my desk last week.  Really happy with the graphic 45 papers and odd metal assortments.
Another week flying past but at least I am adding to the school fete box.  Have a lovely week and I plan to slowly visit lots of desks and see what everyone else has been doing courtesy of the lovely Julia.

20 comments:

  1. I love each and every one of those pages but the last image is my favourite! Completely gorgeous - love the combination of Art Nouveau and metallicy, steampunky embellishments. Yum yum :-P
    Hugs, LLJ 58 xx

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  2. Thanks for sharing your creative crafty space and hope you have a great weekend

    Candace #60

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  3. Hi.
    Loving having a peek at your world today. It all looks like fun from here. Fab canvas, love the image and textures.
    Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a great week.
    Neil#72

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  4. Wow! Such loveliness on your desk this week! Really inspirational! I too love all the Art Nouveau - don't you just looove Graphic 45? Good luck with all the fete stuff - keep up the good work! Have a great WOYWW! Julie Ann xx#45

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  5. What a gorgeous show and tell today. Thanks for popping by at mine earlier.
    Hugs,
    A x #64

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  6. Hah! I knew those tissue covered biscuit boxes would come in handy ... eventually :) (I've got more of them!) The Graphic 45 papers are fabulous, aren't they!

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  7. So nice to see the finished canvas. Beautiful. Be well Thanks for the peek #92 Carole

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  8. Your book and journal covers are stunning. That canvas is AMAZING. Happy crafting #1

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  9. I really love that cover! :) Thanks for visiting me :) Uniflame - 87

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  10. Love the book cover and the great canvas. but I really love the colours of the first book cover, very pretty.

    Hugs
    Brenda 14

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  11. Lovely book covers - well done - all adds to the pile for the fete.
    Thanks for stopping by. You are so right - we have so much here in the West, it is good to give something back. The children in Uganda are just gorgeous, and so deserve a good start in life.
    Pergamano is indeed quite intricate - but I love doing it - time consuming - so a great excuse not to do the housework!!
    Have a great week.
    Margaret #70

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  12. Love your book cover, Sandra. You really are making some stunning stuff for the fete, wish I lived near enough to come!!!
    Must try and get back into WOYWW, I miss all my Wednesday friends, there just aren't enough hours in the week at the minute!!
    Hugs Lisax

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  13. Lovely projects and it is always great to see the project from one week be finished up in the next.

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  14. Beautiful show and tell this week. LOVE the book cover.

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  15. Hi Sandra De
    you have some really amazing pieces of art going on there today for us to look at. What a fantastic book cover loving it
    Have a great day today and a wonderful weekend
    Ria #61

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  16. Great book covers such lovely use of textures, always adore your metal bits and bobs and thanks for the visit this week BJ #81

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  17. Love the covers. but oh my, that canvas is so pretty!

    Happy (now my internet is back) WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (5)

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  18. Gorgeous covers, but as I said last week that canvass is stunning! Sorry I am so late in visiting, work got on top of me. Happy Belated WOYWW. Thanks for sharing. Caro x (#76)

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  19. Those covers are fabulous, I love the canvas one, so bright and fun. The one with the metal bits is gorgeous, you are so clever.
    Have a great week.
    Von #44

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  20. Thank you for your visit to my blog. I never heard of WOYWW before. It is a nice consept. Now I am looking to your workplace. You use the same ""underground"" as me. The same color green, the same pattern.
    it is fun to see all these working places. Greetings from Geri

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