In my understanding, WOYWW translates into What's on Your Worksdesk Wednesday.
Having had a really good look at my year planner, Wednesday is supposed to be the 10th November this week, am I correct? That makes last Friday the 5th - bonfire night - yes? Well, as fireworks went off round here on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, that would make Monday the 6th, Tuesday the 7th and Wednesday the 8th. So, is it really Wednesday or just Monday??????? or have I actually found the reason why these woyww's come round so quickly!!
Having completely smudged my brain - which isn't hard! - I took some photos whilst the light permitted.
Ok, this isn't my little work space, it's the dining table, or to give it it's true description, 'peg leg's' computer space - see it on the left! - where I set up my Copics ready to colour a stamped Magnolia image. Can't believe it, but the sun was shining!
This is some of the mess in my room. I wanted to make a black, white and red Xmas card so I had a rummage through my 'posh' paper drawer and found some Magenta papers and the gorgeous embossed one you see in the picture.
I'd seen some card samples where round punched backings were used and really liked the effect. However, I don't have any punches that would create a circle punched design, so I bought a really cheap bag of doilies. Cost 79p!!!!! for 45 in 3 sizes - total bargain.
Can you see them on the right?
I edged the doilies with some fired brick DI to take the creaminess off 'cos I wanted to maintain white. The card is another given to me by Sonia last week - goodness, last week already - and is about 7.5" sq. The wire bead on the left is miles long in it's packet and only cost £1.50! What a bargain eh?
Well, the cute is over for a while, I'm making grungy now before the boring stuff of matting and layering toppers for multi output.
I tried hard to get round as many of you as I could last week, but time was so against me. I'll do my best again this week. On a little personal note, 'peg leg' has a date of 23rd Nov for his knee operation. Just hope his blood pressure has gone down enough by then.