Wednesday, 25 April 2018

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #464

Welcome to another Wednesday of desk sharing. No actual desk shot here. The kitchen table is empty, bar the fruit bowl, and will remain so until this afternoon when I make another card for The 100 Day Project. I do have a couple of things to share.

You'll recognise the stamps I used on this card and box, if you visited last week. These were the projects from my April class, along with a triple stamped card that I haven't taken a photo of yet, apparently.
























This one is from a March class. I use my letter dies a lot for personalising things. I was looking for a more general way of using them (they were a big investment) and came up with this card. Also pretending that Spring was coming!

























That's it from me. Linking up with Julia and the Deskers.





16 comments:

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Those letter dies look huge! Alphabet sets are always a good investment as they are so versatile and it looks like you've put them to good use. Great projects and it's nice to see you back on WOYWW. I must have missed your post last week! Have a lovely day! zsuzsa #12

Neet said...

Lovely card and the bee tag is fabulous - I love bee stamps.
Your Happy card is gorgeous and it makes one happy to look at it. The recipient is going to be lucky.
Hugs, Neet 3 xx

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love everything on your desk today! How fresh and pretty it all looks - that card with the huge letters on is so gorgeous! And the bee tag is so pretty too, that would be the perfect gift!
Hugs LLJ 2 xxx
Hope you're feeling a bit better after the funeral xxx

Sarah Brennan said...

I love how you have used those letter dies in a different way. Such pretty and delicate projects this week. Happy WOYWW. Sarah #8

Caz said...

Love the letter card...that's a great way to use them
Love the little bee...so sweet!
Happy WOYWW
Caz
#17

Patio Postcards said...

I like like like your second card HAPPY birthday card. I have been wondering about those letters, expensive but seems so worth it.

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

What fabulous size dies, I could do with some that size as I always end up losing a letter or two with the smaller sizes. I adore that Bee stamp too... Beautiful spring time cards.
Thank you for sharing WOYWW Tracey #10

Helen said...

that is a perfect Happy card!! Helen #4

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Beautiful cards, love those flowers and what useful dies too. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x28x

My name is Cindy said...

Lovely cards and those huge letters are great! Happy WOYWW Cindy #15

Christine said...

Thank for your visit earlier. If it's any consolation to you and DH.... I went through some packing cases last year that had stood in the garage since we moved in (30years ago) and voila!
I was justified!
Found an ancient tape recorder machine with tapes from when my Father was alive ...... haven't the courage to play them yet but DH played a couple and said they are ok.
Blind cleaning can only be done in Craft Rooms!!!
Enjoy your week
Christine #07

Kyla said...

ooh love these (such a cute wee box) and the die cut Happy work really well, great idea.

Kyla

Karen said...

I love those large letters, and the flowers stamped on them are so much fun! I don't think I've ever seen alphabet dies that large.

okienurse said...

Awesome cards and treat bag! I love those huge letter dies. I have some stamps from years back that I have to hand cut out. Hope you have had a great week! I am definitely way behind on posting and getting around to other blogs this week! See you again Wednesday! Vickie #30

alexa said...

Wow, I love the white on white with the floral bits at the bottom of the letters - inspired and inspiring! It looks great ...

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