Wednesday, 8 March 2017

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #405

I'm in catch up mode here this week. I got to spend a whole weekend away from home and returned on Monday to chaos. Clearly I need to train my family a little better! Consequently nothing of note on the kitchen table.

























Here's a card instead. The Spring flowers I was working on last week.

Linking up with Julia and the Deskers this lunchtime.

23 comments:

Patio Postcards said...

Such a lovely card - very springish (yes spell check that is a word!). A very cheery for any occasion.

Sarah Brennan said...

Thanks for sharing the card. I was curious to see how it would turn out. Hope you get straight soon. Sarah #29

Twiglet said...

A really fresh and pretty card there! xJo

alexa said...

Every bit as pretty as the previous post suggested it might be. I really think I'll be googling Mason Jar Stamp any day now ...

Ruth said...

That looks really pretty!

donna garner said...

There are problems with your prove you are not a robot thingy....

donna garner said...

Hunny, unless you live alone you are outnumbered, I realised (after years of failed attempts at training and education and grounding and battles to see who would cave first) that my family would live in squalor of destitute proportions rather than do the kind of housework I do to keep a home up to the standard they all like to live in... still i Love em all the same...and I now txt to say - I'm on my way home (usually 24 hour notice) please at least will you put your pots IN the dishwasher before I get back...(LOL) Dx #32

sue jones said...

Your card is so pretty - Well done on getting away for a while. Have a great week. soojay 7

Sandy Leigh said...

I LOVE a jar full of flowers--that card is just yummy. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #40

Karen said...

Simply lovely; the flowers in the mason jar are perfection!

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Fiona, and I have to agree with Donna- mine were always the same when we were away. They washed up only a) when they ran out of stuff and b) the day we were due back! Lovely card., very pretty. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #11 xxx

Melissa said...

That is such a lovely spring card . . . it makes me want to sit outside in the sunshine & read about the Baudelaire orphans. :)

WOYWW#44 Melissa Gross

Dorlene Durham said...

Love the card! Dorlene #42

craftyani said...

Love the card. Nothing of note on your kitchen table so you must have the family trained to keep it clear. #2

Maggie said...

I usually return to chaos after a day away. I do occasionally have a tantrum about it and it improves for a while. I was therefore quite pleasantly surprised to return from my weekend in Prague to find relative order. I think they must be after something!

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Hope you enjoyed the retreat! I loved the pics of the view on FB, what a beautiful place. Doone's comment above made me laugh...I hope you made them clear up a bit :-D. Gorgeous card btw, so fresh and pretty.
Hugs, LLJ 4 xxx

Lindart said...

That card turned out beautifully!! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #43

Sharon Koole said...

Beautiful card! That's the only problem going away - coming back and having to sort everything out. Hope the time away was nice.

Happy WOYWW
Sharon K #36

Jo said...

That looks really lovely x

Sian said...

I'm in complete catch up mode here too. But I hope it's never too late to say...lovely!

Julia Dunnit said...

That so pretty Fiona, I reckon your choice of inks is a real indicator of your personality....hadn't noticed that until now!! As for the homely chaos....yep. But so worth it, I bet!

Cheri said...

I was so inspired by this card that I went and ordered the stamp set! Too bad Stampin Up won't let me order from a UK consultant. :(

AndreaH said...

Hi I love this card. I was wondering if you'd mind if I pinned it for further inspiration please. X.