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Wednesday, 17 February 2010

WOYWW

Not much going on, on top of the washer this morning! It's the middle of half term this week with the children home from school but not to be beaten! I have to squeeze in a bit of daily crafting to keep me sane!

I painted & inked a piece of watercolour card last night & left it to dry till this morning & while making breakfast......

......... I could hear my tin of Distress Inks screaming to come out & play! ................ er, what's breakfast! hehe...

My Wednesday Washer!


I am playing about with an art journal I started last August but didn't get very far so I'm starting a fresh! Oh dear....being a Gemini my twin might get distracted!!

Hope you have a lovely Wednesday. I am looking forward to visiting everyone's fabby work desks tonight. :)

If you would like to pop over to Julia's blog you can read all about WOYWW!

Thanks for stopping by. Love Gez.xx

22 comments:

  1. Loving the Wednesday Working Washer! It could catch on!

    :)

    x

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  2. Ooohhh that page looks scrummy - sadly my washer is doing what it was designed for today! xxx

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  3. That project looks VERY interesting, but I can hardly believe you work on top of the washer!! Doesn't it vibrate a lot while you're working??

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  4. ooo I am liking the words you have got ready! That page looks very yummy and I Spy some Fiskarette scissors! I think we should all club together to get you a craft room haha HUGS XXX

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  5. Love that swirly stamp and the page you've used it on is looking fab ;) Ooh those Distress Inks eh they'll draw you away from anything LOL What's in the tin box then, just your butties?
    Anne xx

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  6. Oh I think we should all up grade you, bless a whole washer space.I know, get the kids into one bedroom ( if they are not already) and tell them they are camping, then you can have a whole room!
    You never know, you may have the smallest WOYWW , lol

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  7. Looks like the start of something good! :)
    xoxo

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  8. I’m loving the craft space Gez, it really made me smile this morning. Lol!
    Beats me how you can work in that tiny space though.

    I know I usually end up working in a gap smaller than that but the space is large to start with and gets smaller and the day progresses!
    Where on earth do keep all the clutter?

    Sue
    x

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  9. Great post... What's On Your Washer Wednesday! Like the colours on your paper so far, would like to see it when it's finished.

    Brenda

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  10. awe. Thank You..xx for everyone's lovely comments. :) The butty box is full of ink pads! & as for where I keep all my clutter! hehe... on top of the fridge are 8 pizza boxes fully of paper! I've taken over 3 shelves! on top of a unit! my little ones highchair! & on Sunday my daughter raised an eyebrow as she looked at a little pile just resting on the cooker!.... well I had lost something! btw Rosie I haven't a clue how the washer works so it's never on when I'm crafting! :) I don't wish my angels away from home. I know one day the house will be very quiet & I'll have a choice of rooms! It will be a sad day!

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  11. great use of your space. I havn't tried distressing inks before - your work looks fab

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  12. Distress inks are on my 'need to have a go' list. Love your WOMWasherW :-)
    A x

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  13. Oh looking good! I do not know how you get anything domestic done with that arty stuff in the same room - I kneel in recognition of a strong woman! Even your first page is worth the wait, I think it's a FAB start!

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  14. well aren't we all loving our distressing inks - Tim must be a very rich man!!! The page is looking good btw. You could multi task the best of all of us being so close to everything... If I crafted on top of my washer - i'd get in my husbands way - he's the mrs wishy washy in our house!!!

    Paula x x x

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  15. I don't feel quite so guilty about owning up the other week that I dont know how to use the washing machine! The paper looks fab. HUgs Pam x

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  16. That page is looking good. Can't wait to see how it turns out

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  17. ohoo I think I've got that washer! ~but not the ink :( they are on my 'need to have a go,' list too!
    must get some!
    Your page looks lovely so far, can't wait to see how it turns out.
    You've reminded me I need to empty my washer! hugs
    ((Lyn))

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  18. Hey - look good, can't wait to see it finished.

    Very tidy too - I tend to start trying to be tidy and then end up in the middle of a mess, but I do enjoy it LOL!!!

    Hugs
    Penni
    x

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  19. That journal page looks fabulous ... I love the washer work ... it is always a treat ... Wednesday at yours X

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  20. What a great use of space I love that you've just craft on your washer your page is beautiful too
    hugs Nikki

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  21. a washer!!? Gosh that's a small desk - I'm sure I'd go crackers with such a small place! Still - when needs must!! ;-)

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  22. Interesting page, and the wording looks cool, is that a stamp or a print out?
    My inks often call to me too :oP

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