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Wednesday, 24 March 2010

WOYWW

Hello WOYWW'ers everywhere....xx I'm home at last after a busy start to the day & remembered I need to get on with making some inchies for a swap. I need to get them posted today. :)

Before I started on my inchies I gessoed some giant lolly sticks & I'm waiting for them to dry. Not quite sure what I'm going to do with them? I saw an article in Craft Stamper last year & thought oooh that looks a good idea so I was delighted to find a pack in a stationers the other day.



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So........ that's whats on top of my washer today! If you would like to know about WOYWW pop over to Julia's to find out more. I'm looking forward to visiting everyone soon.... most likey when the boys are asleep tonight. :)

Hope everyone has a lovely Wednesday. Thanks for looking. Gez.xx

36 comments:

  1. ooh inchie stamps I think I need these to make sure my inchies are inchie size! You are a wonder to be so tidy in such a small space. can't wait to see what you do with the sticks.
    Linbyx

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  2. Hi Gez
    I am really inspired your cards are lovely and you work in such a small place, your a star, cant wait to see what you make.
    Christine x

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  3. Thanks for the lovely comment on my blog Gez!! Your washer looks very tidy!! You are really clever doing the inchies I can even manage a Atc!! xx Love Chanelle xx

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  4. Ooooo, so tidy and such a small place, you are amazing to create such lovely things on top of the washer, lol.

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  5. Love the inchie punch :) Amazing work from such a small space...my "official" ! space is not much bigger...although the dining room table seems to be constantly in use for crafting and not eating at the mo..LOL
    xoxo

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  6. hello my wonderful wonderful friend :)
    Hmmmm cant wait to see what the lolly sticks will be :) what about plant or flower markers :) that would be lush :)
    xx

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  7. I remember that Craft Stamper article with the lolly sticks - be fun to see what yours turn in to! Good luck with getting your inchies finished.

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  8. oooo this looks very organised today my lovely! Those lolly sticks look intriguing, can't remember the article haha

    Lovely to see Di's out...my favourites!

    HUGS XXX

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  9. I like the yellow - very nice colour. Lolly sticks..hmm, let us see when you're done, coz I have no ideas! Like the musicman on the front of your pot!

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  10. I am soooo looking forward to the lolly stick make ... and I love your distress ink storage X

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  11. Interesting project those lolly sticks....will have a look back too see what happens with them....love your cards - very nice!
    Cardarian

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  12. Love those sets of stamps. I stamp them onto inchie pieces of stampboard then add a bit of magnet to the back and give them as little pressies attached to cards.
    Lesley x

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  13. Hi Gez,
    I am amazed that you can produce such great work on the top of your washing machine . You are a real inspiration.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  14. oh nice and tidy hun,I love mine tidy too untill i make something that is he he,cant wait to see what you do with the sticks hugs cheryl xxxxx

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  15. Such an amazing use of a small space, looking forward to seeing your projects!

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  16. Truly amazing what you do in such a small area. I have some inchies too but have not been very creative with them yet.

    Brenda

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  17. ooooh, thanks for sharing!!! Like the way you store your distress inks! Hugs Juls

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  18. Hiya Gez, how are you my lovely? XX I'm intrigued with these lolly sticks, so will keep checking back to find out more.

    Also, love your DT card with the gorgeous flower and it's finished look. Beautiful. XX

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  19. Ooohhh you're very tidy today again. Can't wait to see what you do with the lolly sticks xxx

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  20. I know all too well how lovely your cards are and just how special you make folk feel with them. Keep up the good work Gez.
    A x

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  21. sounds interesting, great use for your washer, dont it all fall off when you are doing the family wash

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  22. You've just reminded me I need to put on dark wash,only thing is still not sure how this washer thing works!!!! Will need to pop back and see what you do with the lolly sticks Hugs Pam x

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  23. A girl after my own heart Pam... I haven't a clue how mine works!! It belongs to hubby! :)

    Thank You for everyone's lovely comments. Didn't get any help with the lolly sticks!lol...xx

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  24. Those sticks look fun ... they could be antiqued and used for journalling ...or spliced together with wire to make a sort of notice board on a LO or card ...or shade sticks for distress inks or paints so they could be laid on what you were doing.
    .... thats if you want ideas ... sure you have hundreds already. as for your desk ...its very organized xx

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  25. Your 'sticks' look very interesting!! You could turn them into anything! (I wonder what??) I spy your trinchie hiding in the background, do think that's fabulous! I use the same punch to stamp out my inchies, couldn't do them without it
    (Lyn)

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  26. i've never tried inchies - i can't wait to see your's tho!!!! your sticks look interesting - i am excited to see what you do with them xxx

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  27. Oh I'm disappointed, I thought you'd eaten all those lollies hehe. Can't wait to see what you come up with ;)
    Anne xx

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  28. I spied some inchies I might be receiving shortly. lol

    :)

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  29. very inspiring! where did you find these giant lolly sticks??? I love your little green drawers too...{{hugs}}mandyxx

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  30. Your washer top looks very organised and neat as usual. I like the cut and dry foam storage I never know where to keep mine. I have a lot of lolly sticks waiting for something to happen to them but have no idea what so will wait to see what happens to yours.
    Patxx

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  31. Sorry I didn't manged to visit last night Gez :-( I was late joining in. Your washer looks very neat and tidy, as always. The last time I used lolly sticks I made Christmas trees. Hugs Lynne xx

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  32. Very interested to see what you do with the lolly stick. Love Sandra x

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  33. I am back again! lol!!! the little jar on my desk is full of quotes that I got in a box of K&CO goodies from QVC years ago! has everything from "no place like home! to baby quotes on them! will pop some in post to you if you would like! xx

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  34. Awww love what you're doing with the inchies - sounds intriguing - and I think I'll be getting one x

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  35. ROFL it amazes me how you work on your washer Gez... can't wait to see what you do with those lolly sticks :D
    hugs
    Chris xx

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