Wednesday, 7 August 2013

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday #218

Last week it was Studio Ghibli characters in felt….

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….this week we’ve moved on to Hama beads….

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….and Pokemon characters….

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….among others. I think they may have been a little over zealous with the iron!

Pop on over to Julia’s place to see what everyone else has been creating this week.

24 comments:

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Blimey, they've got the characters spot on!! A good eye...following you, obviously :-)
Hugs,LLJ 57 xx

Ali H said...

What funny little creatures ! Clever designs with the beads ! Ali #34

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Ah!!! So cute! What a sweet surprise to see these creations rather than paper projects on your own desk. Great way to mix things up a bit.

I remember when Carrie was little and went through this phase (we call them perler beads in the US). Oh, I miss those days!

April Story said...

What fun projects! April #122

Gita said...

huh, so the little beads just pop onto that white background thingie..cool. Brigita #108

Annie said...

Oh that's brought back memories for me....my three used to love creating with those :-)
Hugs,
A x # 59

Jackie said...

I remember my daughter making similar ones to these when she was younger then me ironing them .... We made little hooks at the top and threaded ribbon through they became Christmas decorations .... Still get all teary Every Christmas when I put them on the tree !!!! She's. 27 now
Jackie 29

KraftyKaren said...

Really cute x

Alison said...

Very clever! I don't really understand the concept of Hama beads at the moment, but I am sure I will soon ...

Louise said...

ha ha - i've spent many a time using hamma beads. Usually i'd be half way through one and then knock it and all the beads would jump out - very frustrating!! Your characters look very good!

Sian said...

LOVE Hamma beads! Probably even more than the kids do. Oh, for the days of a few Pokemon..

Shaz Brooks said...

Great projects, love how they've got them looking so like the real characters.Have a great week, hugs Shaz #118xx

My simple life said...

Those are so cool! Coincidently we're going to tackle hama beads this week after getting a huge box at the car boot last week. Dont think they'll be as good as those though lol

alexa said...

I have still got a big jar off these awaiting little fingers! Very creative …

glitterandglue said...

Hama beads - brilliant stuff. Grandchildren make us Christmas decorations!
have a fab week.
Margaret #68

Kimberly Hogan said...

My daughter still loves playing with these plastic beads. The Pokemon brought back memories from my youngest sons Pokemon days. He still has like 500 pokemon cards. What a fun post!! Have a great weekend. (((HUGS)))
Kimmie
WOYWW #4

Carin McDonough said...

Wow those are amazing Fi! I will have to show them to Christopher as he loves Hama beads, I bet they will make him go and drag them out and start making :)

okienurse said...

awesome creations. My kids used to use the beads to make things with and ruined more then one iron! Thanks for sharing. Sorry I am so late getting around this week but I am making it around finally! Hope you had a great weekend! Vickie #36

Cazzy said...

Happy WOYWW, you made me chuckle about the iron!

Cazzy x #103

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

These are adorable. Especially since it's been so long since I've been by to visit. Happy WOYWW from # 1.

Kim Ferguson said...

Fun! School will begin soon and each that you mention is what we do in my home economics class. I will have to share them when we are back to school and creating. Kim 26

Andrea said...

what a fun project... loving the characters ...the joy of summer holidays ..great fun have fab week and belated woyww wishes..I never get to visit everyone on a Wednesday takes me about a week ! Andrea#57

glitterandglue said...

Great fun! Our grandchildren have loved hama beads - I have Christmas decorations which come out each year that they have made for us. A wonderful - and cheap(ish) way for little ones to make gifts for others.
Thanks for visiting - glad you liked the pergamano.
Have a great week.
Margaret #69

Julia Dunnit said...

Love how on trend they've made the Hama's! And probably alone on this - but i like the over zealous ironing..I like 'em flat!!