Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Whats on your workdesk Wednesday 106


Hello fellow desk hoppers. Julia is having internet issues and so there is not a desk in sight at her blog, but the hop goes on! Thanks goodness for her friend who could help out by lending a laptop!

Here is my desk in the throws of making a sample mini book for a class I will be running at a local school for their Continuing Education Program in November. Yes it seems really early to be doing something for so late in the year, but their prospectus is out already as it is near the end of this term. Standing at the back of my desk is the canvas I did inspired by Tim at his convention in Puerto Rico this past week-end.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your busy desk - love the TH inspired canvas. Good luck with the class. Hugs, Neet 49

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  2. Oh Kids (whatever age) are THE BEST at taking an idea and running with it, you will come out buzzing with ideas for variations on a theme,


    Let us know how it goes...

    Dx

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  3. The TH inspired canvas is beautiful and the continuing ed. project looks interesting. I assure you that PIF is making its way to South Africa we really are a long way away.

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  4. Love that canvas, does that mean you actually got to got to Peurto Rico? Never to early to start on a project with a deadline I always say!

    Hugs
    Brenda 73

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  5. Awesome canvas! Happy WOYWW!

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  6. Not sure if I dare say this but I don't normally go a bundle on TH inspired stuff but that canvas is lovely and I could be converted. I love some of his stuff but not always what he does with it.!
    x Tricia (64)

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  7. Good idea to get stuck into a project early - you can relax then instead of panicking at the last minute. I do love that canvas. Thanks for letting me know the die number - ordered!!

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  8. WOW what a busy desk. Love all the storage shelving. Beautiful canvas! Thanks for sharing! Vickie #46

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  9. Hi Bella, thanks for sharing your space. Glad I'm not the only one working a long time ahead! Thanks for popping in to my desk. With regard to the elephants, they are not painted as I used white shrink plastic! stamped in black stazon and when cool covered with glossy accents.

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  10. Your mini book looks interesting Bella, I love the colours you’re working with.

    Happy Crafting!
    Sue
    x

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  11. ooo really lovely thanks for sharing very nice colours and place there, Shaz in oz.x

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