Wednesday, 11 July 2012

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday? #162

Hello, hello! Very late in the day, but I’ve been out and about ‘til now. Dropping my son off at his work experience placement. A 20 mile round trip. Home again to pick up my girl and take her to the eye clinic in Dorchester. A 60 mile round trip. Back home, then out again to pick up the worker. I’m glad to be home.

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I’ve just got time, before I start cooking the dinner, to assemble a whole bunch of cards. They are for swaps at our team training on Sunday. The flowers are pale pink on white and I couldn’t get them to show up very well. Best get on with the gluing.

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21 comments:

Jaki Morris said...

Not as late as me! I haven't even done it yet

Hope you're not flooded out

Take care

Jakix
ps love the flowers!

Twiglet said...

Looks like you are a bit busy then!!! Show us the cards when you have finished them - the flowers are a pretty shape. x Jo

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Gosh, you've had a busy day! Hope your daughter is ok.

You've been very floral recently, like the ones on your desk today and I think your card on the previous post is very pretty indeed. If that's your quickie go-to card to make, then you're onto a winner!!
Hugs, LLJ #57 xx

kay said...

enjoy your rest when it finally arrives,like the look of those flower stamps and punch
have a fabby crafty week
kay #52

Danielle said...

The flowers are lovely - I like that the punch has a matching stamp. Hope you get to glue them today. Dani 31

scrappyjen said...

The flowers are very pretty. Can't wait to see how it turns out! jenx 135

Liz Black said...

I love those little flowers, you can do lots of things with them. Thanks for sharing. Happy Woyww Liz 133 x

Lizzie said...

Aww....stamps and matching punch! Wow, what a good idea... (want...)

The cards are going to be nice, I think (may we see them when they're done?).

I just posted my Wednesday Worktable too (at 9 in the evening!). Got a good excuse for the lateness, honest! Luckily I didn't have to do any driving today - poor you! We did stay in Chelmsford over the weekend though, because James had a workshop weekend near the city and it's 100 miles away. He had to be there by 8pm on Friday... I didn't fancy driving all the way there (M25, Friday traffic, roadworks!), then 100 miles home (would I have made it to bed before midnight?)... then do it all again on Sunday afternoon. So, me and Dave treated ourselves to a nice weekend break. Ages since we had a weekend away together -just us two, no boy... It was a nice weekend.
Hope the rest of your week is less exhausting and that you have a restful weekend.
Don't forget to show off your finished cards?

Alison said...

That was a lot of travelling! The cards look as if they will be very pretty..I've almost made up my mind about my first order!
Alison xx

Annie said...

Sounds like you could do with a few more hours in your day this week.
Hugs,
A x

Lisa-Jane said...

You're doing well to be squeezing in some card making before dinner! Looking forward to seeing the finished items.

Ali H said...

Glad you got back to your desk to have some floral fun having run Mum's Taxi Service all day ! Ali #60

trisha too said...

You should show us a finished one next week!

:)trisha, #36 this week (link)

Carin McDonough said...

That is lots of driving around we definitely add chauffeur to our list of jobs once they have passed the age of 5 don't we! The cards are looking great so far, I love the colour choice! :)

Hazel said...

Thanks for the peep into your workspace. Have a good week. Hazel #124 x

Mrs F said...

I've avoided that SU stamp set and punch so far but it'll only be a matter of time until l give in ;)

TFS. Happy WOYWW.

Mikes Gal #61

Tilly Tea Dance said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely welcome. I wish I had a permanent crafting space. I think I shall have to reorganise my spare room. See you next time. M #66

fairy thoughts said...

that is a lot of driving. well done for keeping it all going lov eto see the cards when they are done. Do the stamps match the die cuts they look interesting
janet #7

sandee said...

You are very busy!!! lots to do from the sound of it! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina, late! :)

Sandy said...

I lent that punch and stamp from a friend. Found I used the punch lots (on my wish list now) the stamp set I found hard to use. I really liked the flower punched in pattern paper it is so pretty. Will be looking for your finished flowers. Sandy :)

Louise said...

i spy a stampin up punch and stamps. Love these ones and look forward to seeing what you create.