Wednesday, 19 October 2011

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday #124

One of my meddling very helpful children seems to have changed a few of my camera settings, resulting in this pretty awful fabulous desk shot today.

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I think I will be digging out the manual tomorrow.

Lots of rainbow coloured paper being trimmed to size, for a little project I have on the go. More about that tomorrow. An article on how to successfully grow chillies. I need all the help I can get, after my epic failure this year. My huge plant yielded me one rather sad little green chilli, after I tended it lovingly all summer. Otherwise the same piles of miscellaneous items left over from other projects.

Next stop Julia’s to see what everyone else has to show you.

16 comments:

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh, are you going to be weaving those strips of paper. We did that at school and then laminated them to make personalised place mats. It was fun and easy to do xx
Hugs, LLJ #40

L00py's Craft Creations said...

weaving?, paper roses, or paper chains? or what have I forgotten?
Lou p #124

Marjo said...

Sounds very interesting...thanks for the peek and sharing.

xoxo Marjo

Melissa said...

Oh, I like the rainbow of colored papers!

Suzy said...

Dont you just love children Who.cant resist tampering with things. Will be looking out for your rainbow coloured project

Jo said...

Looking forward to seeing what you're making with that paper. I hope you have better luck next times with the chilles :)

peggy aplSEEDS said...

all the crossed out words had me wondering how you do that! hope you get your chili plant to bear more next time.

Sian said...

I'll be looking out to see what you come up with!

alexa said...

But it's bright and cheerful, on the plus side!

ScrappnBee said...

LOL! Did you steal my children? No? Maybe all children enjoy making their moms frazzled by touching stuff (esp. without telling them) and not realizing that we do not know how to fix it! Thanks for sharing your WOYWW -Amanda

Alison said...

Looking forward to seeing what you're up to!
Alison xx

humel said...

Love the rainbow brights :) Hope you get the camera settings sorted! xx

sandra de said...

I can't even blame my children for the poor photos I post. Looking forward to seeing what you create with your rainbow colours. Good luck with the chillies.

Lizzie said...

Ahh... we had lots of chillis this year, but our Capsicum Pepper plant only gave us one, small and sad little pepper...
Good luck for next time!

Bridget Larsen said...

Bridget #28 cant wait to see what you make from the rainbow coloured cs

MaggieC said...

Still looking forward to seeing what all that lovely bright cards is intended for. Thank you for sharing.